Job Title: IR/Cardiac Cath Lab Technologist
Company: MidHudson Regional Hospital
City/State: Poughkeepsie, NY
Category: Allied Health Prof/Technical
Department: Diagnostic Spec Proc
Position: Per Diem
Req #: 23113
Posted Date: Feb 16, 2021
The Special Procedures Technologist consults with the radiologist regarding procedures to be performed on patients of all types. Performs daily and/or weekly Quality Control on Angiogrpahy’s equipment as required. Serves as a positive role model, while working in collaboration with all levels of departmental personnel.
Demonstrated ability to effectively function as a health care team member. Demonstrated skills necessary to perform teaching and leadership duties as required within the job description. Deonstrated effective communication skills, and ability to work effectively and efficiently in stressful situations. Minimum of two  years progressive technical experience in Diagnostic Radiology. Minimum of three  months training in the performance of Special Procedures. Education and Training: Completion of an approved AART program in Radiology. License, Certificate and Registration: Registered Radiographic Technologist by the American Registry of Radiology Technologists. Current license by New York State Department of Health. Appropriate Federal State and local licensing requirements. Other Requirements: The ability to effectively deal with patients, employees, physicians, other healthcare providers and visitors. Meets the requirements established by Employee Health Servces.
MidHudson Regional Hospital
MidHudson Regional Hospital in Poughkeepsie, NY, is home to the mid-Hudson Valley’s most advanced healthcare services. This 243-bed facility cares for more than 10,000 inpatients annually while performing an additional 325,000 outpatient procedures each year. MidHudson Regional Hospital operates the area’s only Level II trauma center, is home to the Redl Center for Cancer Care and Center for Robotic Surgery, and is a destination hospital for patients with serious illnesses and injuries.