Nuclear Medicine technologists are responsible for performing the direct administration of radiopharmaceuticals and the acquisition and analysis of data for the purpose of providing accurate diagnostic and/or therapeutic services for physicians and patients. Technologists must demonstrate professionalism, work compatibly and communicate effectively with physicians, technologists, and students. Technologists are expected to be knowledgeable of procedures necessary to implement during an isotope spill or contamination in the laboratory. Technologists are responsible for the supervision of student technologists during clinical training. Nuclear Medicine technologists maintain an environment of safety from radiation hazards by providing radiation protection to self and patient.
Work related Experience: Previous Nuclear Medicine experience preferred.
Formal Education: Graduate of an approved school of Nuclear Medicine Technology. Bachelor of Science in Nuclear Medicine preferred.
Additional relevant experience/education or certification required: Current ARRT registration with Nuclear Medicine discipline (N) and/or NMTCB and licensed by the West Virginia Board of Medical Imaging. American Heart Association BLS certification. If requested, licensed by the Ohio Department of Health Radiologic Technology.
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