Northern Arizona Orthopaedics is an independent, physician-owned practice with multiple locations throughout Northern Arizona. Our hallmark is our people and their unified efforts to deliver exceptional orthopaedic care to our customers -the residents and visitors of northern Arizona. At NAO, our Medical Assistants are key members of a high-quality, efficient and integrated care team.
HOPCo is the corporate parent of Arizona-based entities, CORE Institute, Northern Arizona Orthopaedics, CORE Institute Specialty Hospital, and Michigan-based CORE Institute.
Healthcare Outcomes Performance Company (HOPCo) is a vertically integrated musculoskeletal outcomes management company. HOPCo manages physician practices, hospital service lines, population health and value-based care programs, and musculoskeletal delivery networks.
Performs radiology procedures as ordered by physicians and providers.
Travels to other clinics as directed by Chief Technologist and/or Radiology Director.
Processes room add-on cases prior to scheduled cases.
Uses equipment in compliance to all safety requirements.
Complies with all HIPAA and OSHA requirements.
Reports any patient complaints or concerns to the Chief Technologist.
Establishes and maintains effective communication with physicians, employees and other departments.
Responds to patient questions as required to resolve issues and maintain high patient satisfaction levels.
Maintains patient confidentiality.
Attends required department staff meetings.
The job holder must demonstrate current competencies for job position.
Associates Degree in Radiology Technology and current ARRT certification.
One – two years experience as a Radiology Technologist in a hospital or clinic environment.
Current state and ARRT certification with the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists.
Knowledge of radiology exam policies and procedures.
Knowledge of operating a PC and applicable computer software.
Knowledge of safety requirements within the department.
Skill in production of radiology exams.
Skill in obtaining patient information via the computer.
Skill in maintaining professional relationships with patients, family members and the public.
Ability to effectively care for patients.
Ability to communicate clearly to patients, family members and staff.
Ability to maintain professional relationships with providers.
ENVIRONMENTAL WORKING CONDITIONS
Normal office environment.
Some travel within community.
Requires sitting and standing associated with a normal office environment.
Combination of bending, lifting and transferring activities.
Manual dexterity using a calculator and computer keyboard.
HOPco Mission, Vision and Values must be read and signed.
This description is intended to provide only basic guidelines for meeting job requirements. Responsibilities, knowledge, skills, abilities and working conditions may change as needs evolve.