Heart & Vascular - Baystate Health

Req#: R30802
Category(s): Allied Health Clinical Professional, Heart & Vascular
Full Time / Part Time: Full-Time
Shift: First

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We are a 716-bed independent academic medical center. We are the community's major referral hospital, and we provide a wide range of services, including:

In addition to our outstanding care for adults, we also treat children with acute and chronic illnesses at Baystate Children's Hospital, which is located on our main Springfield campus.

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Schedule:

40 hour days

Rotating weekend and holidays

Summary:

Under the supervision of the Radiologist and according to established policies and procedures, operates imaging equipment as required, to obtain fluoroscopic images according to Radiologist specifications; will assist the Radiologist in protocols/procedures as required. 

The Interventional Radiology Technologist is trained to assist physicians with a wide variety of minimally invasive, image-guided vascular procedures. The technologist prepares patients for procedures by reviewing medical history, draping and positioning the patient, preparing procedural/testing sites and administering contrast media and/or medications within scope of practice. The technologist works closely with physicians and nurses to assist with monitoring patient conditions continually and reports/responds to changes in status as appropriate. 

Must be able to provide professional and quality care while following hospital policies, procedures and standards. May be responsible for specific areas of instruction in the training of new staff or others in specialty assigned areas for procedures, protocols, equipment and/or safety issues.

Job Responsibilities: 

1) CLINICAL DECISION MAKING

Utilizes the professional code of ethics with patient and family to establish patient and family relationship(s).  Formulates clinical decision based on the ability to combine theoretical knowledge and clinical expertise for both the non-complex and complex patient.  Identifies one’s own clinical limitations and seeks appropriate internal and external resources to improve patient care.  Performs quality diagnostic exams.  Questions appropriateness of standards of care, policy & procedure and protocols to improve patient care.  Functions as a preceptor/mentor and is recognized for strong clinical skills by peers.  Demonstrates knowledge of developmental stages for the following age groups and applies developmental theories and concepts when planning and implementing plan of care for the patient.  Is sensitive to cultural differences and considers their impact on care and incorporates culturally sensitive interventions using consultation and resources.

2) PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Initiates specific plans for continuous educational development to meet the demands of changing professional practice.  Actively seeks and is receptive to honest feedback from multidisciplinary healthcare team in ways to improve overall quality of care.  ARRT Registered and follows state/organization requirements for registry.  Demonstrates  evidence of advanced knowledge in specialty  and prepares for  certification for advancement  as a requirement for  advancement  to expert.  Assists in the development of QA program and assists in data collection. 

3) HEALTHCARE TEAM RELATIONSHIPS

Effectively builds and nurtures relationships and values others.  Role models effective delegation and negotiation skills within the health care team.  Utilizes and participates in staff meetings and discussions regarding patient care and/or practice issues.  Seeks a professional colleague to enter into a mentoring relationship.

4) Scrubs, circulates, and documents all Interventional procedures successfully without assistance and takes call independently. Maintains sterile technique and proper equipment and supply handling without assistance or guidance. Has successfully completed ACLS and the Baystate Dysrhythmia course.

Required Work Experience: 

1)  Graduate of an approved radiology program.

Preferred Work Experience: 

1)  1 year as an Interventional Radiology Tech.

Skills and Competencies: 

1)  Ability to work with computer applications.  Demonstrates good verbal and written communication.  Able to work independently and be self-motivated.

We strive to be the place where we can help you build the career you deserve – apply today – YOU belong at Baystate!

OUR COMPENSATION PHILOSOPHY

We offer competitive total compensation that includes pay, benefits, and other recognition programs for our employees. The base pay range shown above considers the wide range of factors that are considered in making compensation decisions including knowledge/skills; relevant experience and training; education/certifications/licensure; and other business and organizational factors. This base pay range does not include our comprehensive benefits package and any incentive payments that may be applicable to this role.

You Belong At Baystate

At Baystate Health we know that treating one another with dignity and equity is what elevates respect for our patients and staff. It makes us not just an organization, but also a community where you belong. It is how we advance the care and enhance the lives of all people.

DIVERSE TEAMS. DIVERSE PATIENTS. DIVERSE LOCATIONS.

Education:

Vocational: Radiologic Technology (Required)

Certifications:

Basic Cardiac Life Support – American Heart Association, Radiography – American Registry of Radiologic Technologist, Radiologic Technologist – State of Massachusetts

Equal Employment Opportunity Employer

Baystate Health is an Equal Opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, national origin, ancestry, age, genetic information, disability, or protected veteran status.

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