Interventional Radiology

Employer
Axis Medical Staffing
Location
Windsor, Vermont
Salary
Competitive
Posted
Mar 30, 2021
Closes
Apr 23, 2021
Ref
155692
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
AHSA Order# 18612 MUST REGISTER WITH STATE OF VERMONT FOR RADIOLOGY LICENSE WITHIN 24 HOURS OF ACCEPTANCE (PROOFS UPLOADED TO TRIO): https://sos.vermont.gov/radiologic-technology/forms-instructions/ TRAVELER CANNOT START WITH THIS LICENSE PENDING!Evening shift, but MUST be willing to work days as needed! Please do not upload a traveler who will not be flexible in their schedule! PLEASE UPLOAD VENDOR NEUTRAL PROFILES ONLY! PROFILES UPLOADED CONTAINING VENDOR INFORMATION WILL NOT BE REVIEWED FOR PRESENTATION TO DH. AGENCY WILL BE NOTIFIED TO SEND V-N PROFILE. Thank you - We appreciate your partnership! CCCT scan services are the standard of medical care for diagnosis and treatment of a wide variety of conditions such as stroke, trauma, and chronic pain.Computerized Axial Tomography (CAT) scan uses computers to allow radiologists to obtain detailed information by providing cross-sectional images on various parts of the body. This information is essential and highly effective for studying the brain, torso, and extremities. Our state-of-the-art 40 slice scanner allows us to acquire more information in a shorter time. Additionally, our multi-slice scanner uses dose reducing software to ensure that you receive the lowest amount of radiation possible.We emphasize the role that careful risk assessment and dosage minimization plays in our practice. Patient safety is our highest priority, and prominent among these protections are the measures we take to provide effective dosage monitoring and radiation reduction in CT exams. We offer routine x-rays of the entire body, fluoroscopic exams for all barium studies to include:Barium enemaBarium swallowModified barium swallowUpper GIOther fluoroscopic exams offered include joint injections, arthrograms, and myelograms.All imaging exams are interpreted (read) by a board-certified radiologist from Dartmouth-Hitchcock. Dartmouth-Hitchcock employs many radiologists with subspecialties in multiple areas. This allows our patients to have their exams read by a radiologist who specializes in the area or type of exam that is being reviewed.EMR: CernerDress Code: Hospital Issued ScrubsPatient Population: Adult and Geriatric Requested time off during the course of this assignment MUST be noted and verified at upload. RTO REQUESTS AFTER UPLOAD WILL NOT BE APPROVED!! Traveler will need to find their own coverage from available staff (approved by Manager) for RTO after assignment starts. Source Url: https://trio.ahsa.com/Agency/Job/18612

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