OrthoNebraska is focused and dedicated to the complete care and treatment of the orthopaedic patient. As the area’s leading provider of orthopaedics, we committed to provide exceptional patient care with 24 beds, 12 operating rooms and clinic locations across Iowa, Nebraska and Missouri. OrthoNebraska offers comprehensive care that includes both surgical and non-surgical intervention and is supported by a range of sub-specialized providers. OrthoNebraska specializes in the diagnostic, surgical and rehabilitative needs of persons with musculoskeletal conditions. Our facilities are state-of-the-art and focused on high quality, cost effective care. Our staff is chosen for their experience and passion for outstanding patient care.
What you would do in this role:
- Provide radiological services by exemplifying the knowledge, skills and abilities necessary to perform a variety of radiographic procedures utilizing ionizing radiation for radiographic diagnosis.
- Provide a high level of verbal communication to calm and reassure the emotional needs of the patient for the benefit of the patient and the hospital with respect to patient care.
- Responsible for the accurate patient assessment.
- Responsible for the accurate and safe operation of radiation emitting equipment by following established radiation safety procedures under order to protect the patient and staff from unnecessary radiation exposure.
- Perform the minimal required safety evaluations on the radiographic systems by following established policies and procedures to detect problems that could cause equipment to fail or pose a safety hazard to the patient/staff.
- Maintain the various supplies in the rooms by using good organizational skills to provide efficient and effective departmental operations.
- Maintain good working relationships with associates, staff and students.
Here’s what makes for an ideal candidate:
- Graduate of an A.M.A. approved radiologic technology school
- ARRT registered
- State of Nebraska license for Medical Radiographer
- Current BLS certification within 60 days of hire
- Minimum of two years hospital and surgery experience preferred, but not required.
- Ability to manage workload in a fast paced surgical environment.
- Proficiency with most major Radiography fluoroscopy equipment (large and small c-arm) and portable units.
- Ability to manage and interact with patients and families of all age groups.
Thank you for your interest in our company! Due to the number of applications we receive, we aren’t able to give status updates, but if you are invited for an interview, you will generally be contacted within 2 weeks of submitting your application