Steward Health Care System LLC ("Steward") is a fully integrated, physician-led national health care services organization committed to providing the highest quality of care in the most cost-efficient manner in the communities where out patents live. Steward - the largest privately held health care company in the U.S. - owns and operations 35 community hospitals across nine states, serves over 1,000 distinct communities and employs approximately 40,000 health care professionals. In addition to our hospitals, the Steward provider network includes 4,800 providers, 25 urgent care centers, 87 preferred skilled nursing facilities, substantial behavioral health offerings, over 7,300 hospital beds under management, and approximately 1.5 million full risk covered lies through the company's managed care and health insurance services. The total number of paneled lives within Steward's integrated care network is projected to reach 3 million in 2018.
Steward Medical Group (SMG), Inc. is Steward's multi-specialty group practice with over 4,500 employees including over 1,800 physicians and advanced practitioners. SMG operates approximately 450 practice locations throughout Massachusetts, Southern New Hampshire, Rhode Island, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Florida, Utah, Arizona, Texas, Louisiana and Arkansas, and provides more than 4 million patient encounters per year.
The role of the Radiology Technologist (Rad Tech) is to provide outstanding support to physicians and healthcare providers while providing exceptional care to patients and customers within the clinical scope of a Rad Tech. The Rad Tech performs a variety of patient care related tasks including preparation of patients, performance of diagnostic tests and completion of appropriate documentation. Rad Techs are responsible for ensuring the smooth operations in the fast paced environment of the clinic with the goal of a positive patient experience with every encounter.
Performs radiographic procedures under a variety of conditions for patients ranging from pediatric to geriatric demographics
Prepares patients to be seen by physicians
Assists provider with collection, documentation, processing, and verification of information related to patient care
Keeps patients informed of wait times and manages visit expectations
Performs diagnostic tests and processes and enters results
Prepares injections and prescription refills as required by the healthcare provider
Communicates patient concerns and needs to the healthcare provider
Timely responses to patient inquiries and timely completion of assigned tasks
Assists in routine clerical functions such as filing of medical information in patient's records,
Completes assigned training and education
Performs other duties as determined by the Practice Manager or Clinic DirectorQualifications
This position requires verifiable successful completion of an accredited Radiologic Technology program
High School diploma or GED equivalent is required
Current Utah State Radiologic Technology license is required
Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively on the phone, in writing and via email
Ability to exercise discretion on sensitive and confidential matters
Demonstrated computer skills with data entry software
Must be able to flex schedule in accordance with patient and provider schedules
Institutional accreditation, degree obtainment and license credentials will be verified upon hire
One or more years experience in an outpatient clinic or other healthcare setting
One or more years of Radiology Technologist experience
Demonstrated orthopedic casting experience
One or more years experience using electronic medical records (EMR)Physical Requirements:
Standing, sitting, walking, speaking, listening, bending, reaching, pushing, pulling, lifting, grasping and manipulating tools, typing, using peripheral computer tools.
All positions subject to close without notice
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