Texas Health Resources RADIOGRAPHER PRN in Fort Worth, Texas
Radiographer PRN Fort Worth
Work location: Texas Health Fort Worth, 1301 Pennsylvania Avenue, Fort Worth, TX 76104
Work hours: PRN, As needed, variable shifts, days and evenings
At Texas Health Fort Worth we take seriously our mission to improve the health of those in our community. We are a 707-bed, Magnet-designated, full-service hospital serving our community since 1930. Our location in Fort Worth provides convenient care to the residents of Fort Worth and the surrounding areas.
If you’re looking for cardiovascular care, high-risk obstetrics, gynecology, neurosciences, sports medicine and emergency medicine, we’ve got it. Plus we’re an accredited Cycle III Chest Pain Center, an Emergency Center of Excellence and provide gynecology, neonatal intensive care, respiratory therapy and orthopedic medicine.
And talk about award winning. Texas Health Fort Worth is Joint Commission-certified in both Heart Failure and Chest Pain, a Comprehensive Stroke Center, an Acute Heart Failure Center, a Level II Trauma Center, a designated Magnet hospital and the Best Place to Have a Baby in Tarrant County. We are a top-notch choice in North Texas for emergency services, women’s services, cardiac care and much more.
Here’s What You Need
Graduate of an accredited school of radiologic technology (required) or
associate degree (preferred)
1 Year radiologic technologist experience (preferred)
CMRT – Certified Radiologic Technologist by TDH or TMB (required)
ARRT – American Registry of Radiologic Technologists within 6 months (required)
BCLS – Basic Cardiac Life Support prior to providing independent patient care (required)
What You Will Do
Texas Health Radiographers are responsible for performing complex procedures including age related criteria and developmental considerations, explaining procedures to patient or guardian/family member prior to exam. Processing and manipulating images, analyzing image quality, troubleshooting, making technique adjustments or repeating procedures as needed.
In addition to the required qualifications, a successful Radiographer will
assess and recognize the patient’s emotional, physical, developmental, cognitive and psychosocial conditions.
establish age appropriate patient care plan that coordinates multiple rehab disciplines into a unified overarching plan of care that adheres to regulatoryrequirements.
prepare room for examination (i.e. suction, oxygen, supplies).
check physician orders and exam requisitions using time-out procedures.
handle patients with IVs, oxygen, chest tubes or other devices, and monitor patient during imaging.
operate, care for and maintain equipment.
administer contrast media and other medications in accordance with medication administration guidelines.
Additional perks of being a Texas Health Radiographer
Gain a sense of accomplishment by contributing in a teamwork environment
Positively impact patients’ quality of life
Receive excellent mentorship, comprehensive training and dedicated clinical leadership resources
Enjoy opportunities for growth
Explore our Texas Health careers site for info like Benefits , Job Listings by Category , recent Awards we’ve won and more.
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Employment opportunities are only reflective of wholly owned Texas Health Resources entities.
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against any employees or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a veteran, and basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class.