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PET/CT Nuclear Medicine Technologist

Location: Danville, PA, United States
Job Type: Full Time
Job Category: Healthcare
Job Industry: Healthcare Systems and Services
Salary: The pay we're offering is $75 per hour

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The Opportunity


We're looking for a PET/CT Nuclear Medicine Technologist, working in Healthcare Systems and Services industry in Danville, Pennsylvania, United States.

Job Summary:

Under the direction of the Manager/In-Charge Technologist and Medical Director the nuclear medicine technologist will perform a variety of technical procedures that require a high degree of independent judgement and initiative in the utilization of radionuclides for the diagnosis and the therapy of disease in humans.


  • Receive patient and provide proper care during performance of clinical procedure.
  • Verify patient identification by checking two identifiers and review orders for procedure to be performed.
  • Recognize and respond appropriately to emergency situations.
  • Obtain pertinent patient history and check for procedural contradictions.
  • Maintain and operate auxiliary equipment necessary to procedure.
  • Communicate effectively with patient and family.
  • Prepare patient for procedure.
  • Select and administer the proper radionuclide/medication by the proper route and in the appropriate dosage.
  • Prepare proper instrument, computer, and imaging protocol as indicated by departmental procedure manual.
  • Understand and implement ALARA measures in performance of clinical duties.
  • Evaluate image appearance and perform additional views as required.
  • Process and evaluate computer generated data.
  • Obtain samples for non-imaging studies.
  • Prepare and administer interventional pharmacologic agents as directed by protocol.
  • Maintain sterile technique as required.
  • Perform imaging, non-imaging, function studies, and therapeutic exams according to established departmental protocols, or as directed by the nuclear medicine physician, or cardiologist.
  • Ensure patient security during movement from one device to another, or, from the standing or sitting position to the imaging table.

Our Client

Our client is looking for people. Technical people. People who want to learn, innovate, and contribute. People who want to shape the future of healthcare. Join their worldwide team of 60,000-plus employees. Make your mark on our future.

Help develop, manufacture, and sell innovative imaging, diagnostic and therapies products. Provide clinical consulting, training, and service that support decisions and improve treatments for life.

Do you have passion for healthcare? Expertise in your field? A pioneering spirit? Maybe this is for you! If you really are pioneering, why not give it a shot?

Experience Required for Your Success

Minimum Requirements:

  • Certification Program - Graduate of accredited Nuclear Medicine technology school
  • 1-year nuclear medicine experience

Required Certifications, Registrations, Licenses:

  • ARRT(N) or NMTCB registry
  • ARRT (CT)
  • CPR and ARRT(N) registered and/or NMTCB registered.
  • SCRQSA License

Required Knowledge, Skills, Abilities:

  • ARRT in Radiology preferred
  • Experience on Philips equipment preferred
  • Spect/CT experience required
  • Excellent Customer Service Skills
  • Basic computer skills
  • Knowledge of office equipment (fax/copier)
  • Proficient computer skills (database)
  • Data entry skills
  • Mathematical skills
  • Strong background in physics/chemistry
  • Radiation Safety equipment knowledge

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