Neuro Interventional Rad Tech at OhioHealth in Columbus, Ohio

Posted in Other 21 days ago.

Job Description:

We are more than a health system. We are a belief system. We believe wellness and sickness are both part of a lifelong partnership, and that everyone could use an expert guide. We work hard, care deeply and reach further to help people uncover their own power to be healthy. We inspire hope. We learn, grow, and achieve more - in our careers and in our communities.

Job Description Summary:

The Neuro Interventional Radiology Technologist begins employment with a 3-4 month orientation in over 20 procedures performed in the interventional lab. The technologist must become competent as the scrub assistant to the Interventional Radiologist performing invasive procedures. They must maintain competency in the operating and use of angiographic fluoroscopy and be able to manage 1500+ products in the inventory of the lab. The technologist assists in performing many NeuroInterventional surgical procedures such as cerebral aneurysm coilings, avascular malformations and stroke interventions. This department performs over 12,000 procedures annually.

Minimum Qualifications:

Associate's Degree (Required)ARRT - American Registry of Radiologic Technologists - American Registry of Radiologic Technologists, BLS - Basic Life Support - American Heart Association

Graduate of an accredited radiography program; current registry with the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists. Current Ohio Licensure in Radiography. Knowledge of anatomy, exposure, positioning, Physics, radiation protection, medical terminology, and intravenous injection. BLS Certification

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Neurointerventional Radiology

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