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Responsible for performing routine to complex diagnostic and therapeutic technical procedures under the direction/supervision of a physician and Chief Technologist. Â Prepares and positions patients for scanning prepares and administers radioactive drugs and operates nuclear medicine instruments and imaging equipment including PET/CT camera. Collects prepares and analyzes biologic specimens and prepares data for interpretation. Â Responsible for performing radiation safety and quality control procedures on all Nuclear Medicine equipment required by the department.
Internal Number: R0011415
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