MIT Medical (https://medical.mit.edu/) has an openings for mammography technologists to perform both mammography exams (50%) and radiologic imaging (50%) for diagnostic purposes. Will use extensive knowledge of anatomy, physiology, positioning, radiation physics, and radiation dosage to ensure high-quality diagnostic images; perform general radiology procedures on infant/pediatric/adult/geriatric patients; confirm appropriate clinical data, obtain patient histories, and use the lowest possible dose to provide high quality images; communicate with patients and members of the health care team in providing for the emotional and physical well-being and safety of patients while maintaining strict standards of patient care.
MIT Medical, an accredited ambulatory care center serving the MIT community’s health and wellness needs, conducts approximately 120,000-plus visits annually. Its clinical offerings encompass more than twenty specialties and provide occupational and employee health services, community wellness programs, and seven-day-a-week urgent care.
ARRT registry certifications in radiography RT® and MammographyRT(M) certification from a recognized accredited institution; Massachusetts’ license with no constraints.
Certification from a recognized agency; Massachusetts’ license in radiography/mammography.
1 year of experience as a licensed radiology/mammographytechnologist; successful passing of the ARRT mammographyexam.
Detailed knowledge of mammographyequipment and MQSA and ACR regulations and ability to master new tasks related to image quality and safety.
BLS/CPR; ability to multitask, pay attention to fine details, prioritize, follow safety guidelines, communicate effectively verbally and in writing, and work as part of a team and with those from diverse backgrounds.
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