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**Eligible for $5,000 Sign-on Bonus & $10,000 Educational Assistance!**   As a Registered Nurse, you will be responsible for delivering the highest quality patient care according to the specific orders of each patient’s individual physician. This will involve, utilizing your knowledge and skills to educate patients and their families on prevention and healthy habits. Additional responsibilities for this health care role include: - Monitoring patients’ conditions and assessing their needs - Collaborating with physicians and nurses to devise individualized care plans for patients - Administering patients’ medications and providing treatments according to physicians’ orders - Fostering a supportive and compassionate environment to care for patients and their families
Job ID
2020-136012
Department
Neonatal ICU
Facility
CHI Health Creighton University - Bergan Mercy
Shift
Night
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
NE-OMAHA
**Eligible for $2,500 Sign-on Bonus & $10,000 Educational Assistance!**   As a Registered Nurse, you will be responsible for delivering the highest quality patient care according to the specific orders of each patient’s individual physician. This will involve, utilizing your knowledge and skills to educate patients and their families on prevention and healthy habits. Additional responsibilities for this health care role include: - Monitoring patients’ conditions and assessing their needs - Collaborating with physicians and nurses to devise individualized care plans for patients - Administering patients’ medications and providing treatments according to physicians’ orders - Fostering a supportive and compassionate environment to care for patients and their families
Job ID
2020-135339
Department
Neonatal ICU
Facility
CHI Health Lakeside
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
NE-OMAHA
**Eligible for New Hire $9K Sign-on Bonus!**   Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) is a 9 bed Level II unit that cares for infants 32 weeks gestation and over with special needs including mechanical ventilation. We have private rooms that allow parents to stay with their infants following discharge.  https://www.chihealth.com/st-francis/services/maternity-center.html       As a Registered Nurse, you will be responsible for delivering the highest quality patient care according to the specific orders of each patient’s individual physician. This will involve, utilizing your knowledge and skills to educate patients and their families on prevention and healthy habits. Additional responsibilities for this health care role include: - Monitoring patients’ conditions and assessing their needs - Collaborating with physicians and nurses to devise individualized care plans for patients - Administering patients’ medications and providing treatments according to physicians’ orders - Fostering a supportive and compassionate environment to care for patients and their families
Job ID
2020-129145
Department
Neonatal ICU
Facility
CHI Health St. Francis
Shift
Night
Employment Type
Part Time
Location
NE-GRAND ISLAND
As a Registered Nurse, you will be responsible for delivering the highest quality patient care according to the specific orders of each patient’s individual physician. This will involve, utilizing your knowledge and skills to educate patients and their families on prevention and healthy habits. Additional responsibilities for this health care role include: - Monitoring patients’ conditions and assessing their needs - Collaborating with physicians and nurses to devise individualized care plans for patients - Administering patients’ medications and providing treatments according to physicians’ orders - Fostering a supportive and compassionate environment to care for patients and their families
Job ID
2020-120971
Department
Neonatal ICU
Facility
CHI Health St. Elizabeth
Shift
Varied
Employment Type
Per Diem
Location
NE-OMAHA
Position Summary: Responsible for the delivery of excellence in patient care through assessing, formulating nursing diagnoses and establishing goals, planning and implementing intervention and evaluating patient care outcomes. With the staff nurse's professional practice he/she is responsible for participating in and maintaining quality, cost effectiveness and guest relations.   Provide patient care in compliance with hospital policies and procedures and the standards of professional nursing practice as defined by the Board of Nurse Examiners for the State of Texas   Position Responsibilities: - Quality – completes work with accuracy and thoroughness. - Productivity – efficiently utilizes time in accomplishing work. - Customer Focus – lives organizational and departmental service standards. - Reliability – completes tasks assigned; follows up as needed. - Availability – meets attendance standards; is punctual; works when needed. - Decision Making – displays sound judgment; works with minimal supervision.   - Initiative – seeks out productive duties in absence of guidance; is a self-starter. - Adheres to Policy – follows CHI ST. Luke’s Memorial Hospital rules, policies, procedures and guidelines.   - Interpersonal Relationships – cooperates, communicates and works well with others. - Professionalism – represents CHI ST. Luke’s Memorial Hospital positively in actions and appearance. - Utilizes the nursing process to ensure appropriate patient care is provided in a cost effective, quality driven, and patient focused manner. Collects pertinent social, psychological, developmental and spiritual data from the patient, significant others and other health care team members. - Performs as ongoing assessment, formulates nursing diagnosis and goals, plans appropriate interventions, and evaluates the outcome of the interventions. - Consistently documents in the patient and unit records according to written health system standards of care in order to meet legal and quality patient care requirements. - Provides appropriate teaching and information to patients and families including information on Pain Management, Nutrition, Skin Integrity, Fall Prevention, Diabetes, Disease Process, Smoking Cessation, and Discharge instructions. - Demonstrates commitment to the goals and values of the patient, Hospital, community and nursing profession through cost containment measures, maintaining confidentiality, appropriate ethical decision –making, and ensuring patient safety. - Uses interventions substantiated by research as appropriate in the patient population, participates in research activities, identifies opportunities for research, and collaborates with the Outcomes managers and department. - Participates in quality of care activities, evaluates the quality and the effectiveness of nursing practice. Assists in collecting quality data from the medical record in order to coordinate care, analyzes the data, and formulates action plans to improve quality care. - Acts as a resource in educating new employees/team members
Job ID
2020-114372
Department
Neonatal ICU
Facility
CHI St. Luke's Health - Memorial - Lukfin
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
TX-LUFKIN
  Responsible for the delivery of excellence in patient care through assessing, formulating nursing diagnoses and establishing goals, planning and implementing intervention and evaluating patient care practice as defined by the Board of Nurse Examiners for the State of Texas. Responsible for the outcomes. With the staff nurse's professional practice he/she responsible for participating in and maintaining quality, cost effectiveness and guest relations. Provide patient care in compliance with hospital policies and procedures and the standards professional nursing
Job ID
2020-142152
Department
Womens and Childrens Services
Facility
CHI St. Luke's Health - The Woodlands Campus
Shift
Night
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
TX-THE WOODLANDS
Job Summary: Operates nuclear detection and imaging equipment and prepares radiopharmaceuticals for nuclear radiologic studies to provide the physician diagnostic images of the structure and function of the heart or other organs and body structures to identify and/or plan appropriate treatment for the patient’s condition. Incumbents use a gamma scintillation camera, or scanning imaging devices to monitor the characteristics and functions of tissues or organs in which the administered radiopharmaceutical drugs localize. Work is performed under the strict safety/regulatory/license departmental standards and protocols. Incumbents are also accountable for maintaining quality control for all imaging equipment and radioactivity assaying devices and maintaining their knowledge of the frequent technological and innovative changes in the field of nuclear medicine through participating in continuing education, seminars, meetings and in-services. Essential Duties: Prepares equipment for imaging tests, based on physicians’ orders and in adherence to department safeguards and protocols to ensure quality results. Prepares patient and performs nuclear medicine procedures. Maintains records and logs as required by department protocols and licensure requirements. Disposes of and stores radioactive materials as required by law. Performs incidental general office duties to include; answering phone; scheduling; filing; maintaining patient records; ordering supplies.
Job ID
2020-139926
Department
Diagnostic Imaging Center
Facility
CHI Franciscan St. Anne Hospital
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Per Diem
Location
WA-BURIEN
Key Job Responsiblities:  - Proper assessment of the patient and their abilities to participate in ordered procedure. Provides a clear explanation of the procedure including; duration, process, and what to expect following completion. Verifies informed consent for and assists physician with interventional procedures; needle localization, aspiration, biopsies, and other invasive procedures. Practices aseptic and sterile techniques as necessary and observes universal precautions. Provides patient education as appropriate. - Selection of the proper equipment, setting correct technical factors, procedure protocols and gathers proper supplies prior to performance of the procedure. Recognizes all radiation safety standards including “Image Gently” and “Image Wisely” and MR safety standards. Understands and follows all rules around radiation protection including wearing of lead protection when utilizing fluoroscopy or when there is a possibility of exposure i.e. CT room, performing portable exams etc. - Obtains clear and complete history from the patient and or patient record and records that data into patient record to assist in image interpretation and future patient encounters. - Is able to perform quality assessment of images obtained and is able to evaluate equipment issues and reports assessment to supervisor, manager or director - Ensures all equipment is in working order at the beginning of the day and prior to starting of a procedure. Performs any performance and quality tests on equipment as required including ACR quality requirements. Checks all supplies for outdates prior to use and reports any shortages, variations or failures of equipment to supervisor, manager or director for follow-up. Uses CHI incident reporting system to report any patient injuries or concerns, equipment or supply failures or malfunctions, medication reaction or errors, and visitor or personal injury or exposure. - Is responsible to participate in and have a good understanding of all department, campus and system quality improvement projects, the ACR accreditation process, Radiation Safety, ALARA, MQSA, and State Regulations as they apply to staffs license or certifications. Be familiar with the requirements of CMS and Joint Commission and be able to speak to all department processes around quality and environment of care.
Job ID
2020-121783
Department
Rad Nuclear Medicine
Facility
CHI Health St. Elizabeth
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Part Time
Location
NE-LINCOLN
JobSummary: This job is responsible for handling radioactive materials and operating radionuclide measuring and imaging devices for the purpose of obtaining diagnostic information concerning various bodily functions and structures.   Essential Duties: - Operates and maintains quality control for all imaging equipment and radioactivity assaying devices in the Nuclear Medicine Department; calibrates cameras and equipment in accordance with internal protocols; verifies proper operation of equipment prior to use; checks radiation-monitoring devices and advises appropriate parties if problems are identified. - Prepares radio-pharmaceuticals for patient use, administers radio-pharmaceuticals to patients and performs nuclear medicine procedures; uses appropriate camera in accordance with internal protocols; ensures that sufficient supplies are on hand to perform procedures; follows safeguards and protocols to ensure quality of results. - Operates nuclear medicine computers to enhance the diagnostic value of information obtained from nuclear medicine procedures; follows internal protocols when processing computer studies to achieve high quality films by choice of filters, slice selection, display parameters, image intensity and labeling techniques. - Maintains records and logs as required by department protocols and licensure requirements; logs patient dose administered, progress notes and other pertinent data. - Schedule patients for nuclear medicine examinations, questions patients and/or reviews patient charts for facts of patient history which are pertinent to interpretation of nuclear medicine examinations by the radiologist. - Other: Performs related duties as required
Job ID
2020-126371
Department
Cardiology Clinic
Facility
CHI Franciscan St. Michael Medical Center
Shift
Varied
Employment Type
Per Diem
Location
WA-BREMERTON
POSITION SUMMARY    Model advanced technical and clinical knowledge of the field of nuclear medicine technology. Building on the NMT I position,  will be able to independently perform all nuclear medicine procedures as defined by the departmental protocols manual, comply with all regulatory requirements, provide accurate patient assessment/patient preparation, and work cooperatively with other healthcare providers to provide high quality and timely diagnostic and therapeutic information. A desire for continuous self-improvement, as well as identifying and assisting with the improvement needs in others and the overall department is a significant differentiator for this position. The NMT II will actively stay abreast of modality trends and new procedures updates with an eye to incorporate into the department’s offerings. Leadership responsibilities include preceptor for new employees and students, modeling professional behavior and temporarily assuming the role of the supervisor in their absence. POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES1. Demonstrated mastery of all Tech I Accountabilities / Responsibilities and have complete a minimum of 1 year service in the Tech 1 position   2. Perform in-vitro/in-vivo studies as outlined in the nuclear medicine procedure manuals. Make determinations of the validity of the data collected before submission for interpretation   3. Mentor new employees and students on the proper use of the camera / computer systems, study procedures   4. Appropriately and professionally react to process or procedure deviations   5. Assists with the formal clinical/technical education process of the department by preparing and presenting 2 staff in-services per year on a topical subject   6. Independently perform all Functions regarding the safe and compliant operation of the radio- pharmacy and all associated documentation. Educate and mentor qualified staff on proper radio, pharmacy procedures   7. Maintain effective and efficient work flow while maintaining the quality of the patient care provided   8. Participate in on-call activities   9. Function in a leadership role in the absence of the supervisor including the ability to open – close the department, monitor and effectively react to schedule demands, insure adequate staffing, address professional and technical staff concerns and maintain overall quality of service   10. Maintain data back-ups and data transfer as required by the system administrator to assure no loss of data and compliance with medical information regulations  
Job ID
2020-142025
Department
Nuclear Medicine
Facility
CHI St. Luke's Health–Patients Medical Center
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
TX-Pasadena
POSITION SUMMARY    Model advanced technical and clinical knowledge of the field of nuclear medicine technology. Building on the NMT I position,  will be able to independently perform all nuclear medicine procedures as defined by the departmental protocols manual, comply with all regulatory requirements, provide accurate patient assessment/patient preparation, and work cooperatively with other healthcare providers to provide high quality and timely diagnostic and therapeutic information. A desire for continuous self-improvement, as well as identifying and assisting with the improvement needs in others and the overall department is a significant differentiator for this position. The NMT II will actively stay abreast of modality trends and new procedures updates with an eye to incorporate into the department’s offerings. Leadership responsibilities include preceptor for new employees and students, modeling professional behavior and temporarily assuming the role of the supervisor in their absence. POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES1. Demonstrated mastery of all Tech I Accountabilities / Responsibilities and have complete a minimum of 1 year service in the Tech 1 position   2. Perform in-vitro/in-vivo studies as outlined in the nuclear medicine procedure manuals. Make determinations of the validity of the data collected before submission for interpretation   3. Mentor new employees and students on the proper use of the camera / computer systems, study procedures   4. Appropriately and professionally react to process or procedure deviations   5. Assists with the formal clinical/technical education process of the department by preparing and presenting 2 staff in-services per year on a topical subject   6. Independently perform all Functions regarding the safe and compliant operation of the radio- pharmacy and all associated documentation. Educate and mentor qualified staff on proper radio, pharmacy procedures   7. Maintain effective and efficient work flow while maintaining the quality of the patient care provided   8. Participate in on-call activities   9. Function in a leadership role in the absence of the supervisor including the ability to open – close the department, monitor and effectively react to schedule demands, insure adequate staffing, address professional and technical staff concerns and maintain overall quality of service   10. Maintain data back-ups and data transfer as required by the system administrator to assure no loss of data and compliance with medical information regulations  
Job ID
2020-124279
Department
Nuclear Medicine
Facility
CHI St. Luke's Health–Patients Medical Center
Shift
Varied
Employment Type
Per Diem
Location
TX-Pasadena
Job Summary: Operates nuclear detection and imaging equipment and prepares radiopharmaceuticals for nuclear radiologic studies to provide the physician diagnostic images of the structure and function of the heart or other organs and body structures to identify and/or plan appropriate treatment for the patient’s condition. Incumbents use a gamma scintillation camera, or scanning imaging devices to monitor the characteristics and functions of tissues or organs in which the administered radiopharmaceutical drugs localize. Work is performed under the strict safety/regulatory/license departmental standards and protocols. Incumbents are also accountable for maintaining quality control for all imaging equipment and radioactivity assaying devices and maintaining their knowledge of the frequent technological and innovative changes in the field of nuclear medicine through participating in continuing education, seminars, meetings and in-services. Essential Duties: Prepares equipment for imaging tests, based on physicians’ orders and in adherence to department safeguards and protocols to ensure quality results. Prepares patient and performs nuclear medicine procedures. Maintains records and logs as required by department protocols and licensure requirements. Disposes of and stores radioactive materials as required by law. Performs incidental general office duties to include; answering phone; scheduling; filing; maintaining patient records; ordering supplies.
Job ID
2020-144032
Department
Diagnostic Imaging Center
Facility
CHI Franciscan St. Anne Hospital
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Part Time
Location
WA-BURIEN
POSITION SUMMARY         Demonstrate the ability to provide quality patient care and perform procedures on patients ranging from pediatric to geriatric; demonstrate knowledge of the field of certification via competency compliance; perform nuclear medicine procedures as defined by department protocol, comply with regulatory requirements, Provide patient assessment, patient preparation, and work with other healthcare providers to provide accurate and timely diagnostic and therapeutic data; demonstrate continuous self-improvement, make effective contributions to the department and adhere to departmental policies and procedures; and be accountable for all applicable documentation relative to procedure performance and patient family education.       POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES         1. Interact with patients, guests and other hospital personnel in a friendly, responsive manner to insure that quality patient care is provided; provide accurate patient/family education concerning testing.2. Perform imaging procedures as outlined in the nuclear medicine procedure manual. Examples of these procedures include the performance of planar, planar whole body, gated planar, SPECT, SPECT-CT, gated SPECT, and mobile studies3. Perform computer acquisition and processing necessary for the display, analysis and interpretation of the patient’s condition4. Participate in clinical education programs for the nuclear medicine personnel including training of nuclear medicine technologists, students, and house staff; as well as contributory involvement in staff in-services. 5. Order, prepare, receive, dispense and perform required regulatory and quality control procedures on radiopharmaceuticals; administer intravenous and oral radiopharmaceuticals under the guidelines established by the Chief of Service; and report immediately any irregularity or problem to the radiation safety officer and medical director6. Perform quality control on all instrumentation in the nuclear medicine department, review data collected and report problems immediately to the supervisor or radiation safety officer7. Perform dosage administration which includes intradermal, subcutaneous, peri-areolar, intramuscular, intravenous and oral and  IV setup as outlined in hospital policy8. Adherence to the rotational position methodology with a focus on punctuality.9. Set up and perform EKG during pharmaceutical stress, exercise testing and emergency situations10. Participate in on-call activities11.  Complete all computer and paperwork associated with the nuclear medicine procedure in an accurate and timely manner12.  Provide documentation, including electronic forms, that is accurate, legible and complete.13. Assist with clerical duties during call and after hours to insure that all studies are completed and reported; assist with scheduling of in and out patients14. Adhere to all policies and regulations regarding the safe handling, dispensing, monitoring and disposing of radioactive material15. Keep current in all aspects of hospital required training16. Maintain a safe and clean work area17. Comply with all regulatory requirements at state and federal level.  
Job ID
2020-140481
Department
Diagnostic Imaging Center
Facility
CHI St. Luke's Health - The Vintage Hospital
Shift
Varied
Employment Type
Part Time
Location
TX-HOUSTON
Model advanced technical and clinical knowledge of the field of nuclear medicine technology. Building on the NMT I position,  will be able to independently perform all nuclear medicine procedures as defined by the departmental protocols manual, comply with all regulatory requirements, provide accurate patient assessment/patient preparation, and work cooperatively with other healthcare providers to provide high quality and timely diagnostic and therapeutic information. A desire for continuous self-improvement, as well as identifying and assisting with the improvement needs in others and the overall department is a significant differentiator for this position. The NMT II will actively stay abreast of modality trends and new procedures updates with an eye to incorporate into the department’s offerings. Leadership responsibilities include preceptor for new employees and students, modeling professional behavior and temporarily assuming the role of the supervisor in their absence.  - Demonstrated mastery of all Tech I Accountabilities / Responsibilities and have complete a minimum of 1 year service in the Tech 1 position. - Perform in-vitro/in-vivo studies as outlined in the nuclear medicine procedure manuals. Make determinations of the validity of the data collected before submission for interpretation. - Mentor new employees and students on the proper use of the camera / computer systems, study procedures. - Appropriately and professionally react to process or procedure deviations. - Assists with the formal clinical/technical education process of the department by preparing and presenting 2 staff in-services per year on a topical subject. - Independently perform all Functions regarding the safe and compliant operation of the radio- pharmacy and all associated documentation. Educate and mentor qualified staff on proper radio, pharmacy procedures. - Maintain effective and efficient work flow while maintaining the quality of the patient care provided. - Participate in on-call activities. - Function in a leadership role in the absence of the supervisor including the ability to open – close the department, monitor and effectively react to schedule demands, insure adequate staffing, address professional and technical staff concerns and maintain overall quality of service. - Maintain data back-ups and data transfer as required by the system administrator to assure no loss of data and compliance with medical information regulations.   
Job ID
2020-138138
Department
Diagnostic Imaging Center
Facility
CHI St. Luke's Health - The Vintage Hospital
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Part Time w/o Benefits
Location
TX-HOUSTON
The Woodlands Hospital A primary and secondary care hospital serving North Harris and Montgomery counties. Clinical services include cardiovascular services, diagnostic imaging, women’s services (digital mammography and bone density studies), neurosciences, pediatric care (Newborn and Level II nurseries) and surgery, pathology and pulmonary services, and sleep disorders. Clinical affiliations include The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center’s Radiation Treatment Center, and Texas Children’s Hospital.   Position Summary: Model advanced technical and clinical knowledge of the field of nuclear medicine technology. Building on the NMT I position, will be able to independently perform all nuclear medicine procedures as defined by the departmental protocols manual, comply with all regulatory requirements, provide accurate patient assessment/patient preparation, and work cooperatively with other healthcare providers to provide high quality and timely diagnostic and therapeutic information. A desire for continuous self-improvement, as well as identifying and assisting with the improvement needs in others and the overall department is a significant differentiator for this position. The NMT II will actively stay abreast of modality trends and new procedures updates with an eye to incorporate into the department’s offerings. Leadership responsibilities include preceptor for new employees and students, modeling professional behavior and temporarily assuming the role of the supervisor in their absence.   Position Responsibilities: - Demonstrated mastery of all Tech I Accountabilities / Responsibilities and have complete a minimum of 1 year service in the Tech 1 position - Perform in-vitro/in-vivo studies as outlined in the nuclear medicine procedure manuals. Make determinations of the validity of the data collected before submission for interpretation - Mentor new employees and students on the proper use of the camera / computer systems, study procedures - Appropriately and professionally react to process or procedure deviations - Assists with the formal clinical/technical education process of the department by preparing and presenting 2 staff in-services per year on a topical subject - Independently perform all Functions regarding the safe and compliant operation of the radio- pharmacy and all associated documentation. Educate and mentor qualified staff on proper radio, pharmacy procedures - Maintain effective and efficient work flow while maintaining the quality of the patient care provided - Participate in on-call activities - Function in a leadership role in the absence of the supervisor including the ability to open – close the department, monitor and effectively react to schedule demands, insure adequate staffing, address professional and technical staff concerns and maintain overall quality of service - Maintain data back-ups and data transfer as required by the system administrator to assure no loss of data and compliance with medical information regulations
Job ID
2020-133885
Department
Radiology
Facility
CHI St. Luke's Health - The Woodlands Campus
Shift
Varied
Employment Type
Part Time
Location
TX-THE WOODLANDS
Incentives:  $4000.00 Signing Bonus (experienced, external candidates only) Incentives:  $1000.00 Referral Bonus (experienced, external candidates only)   Job Summary: Operates nuclear detection and imaging equipment and prepares radiopharmaceuticals for nuclear radiologic studies to provide the physician diagnostic images of the structure and function of the heart or other organs and body structures to identify and/or plan appropriate treatment for the patient’s condition. Incumbents use a gamma scintillation camera, or scanning imaging devices to monitor the characteristics and functions of tissues or organs in which the administered radiopharmaceutical drugs localize. Work is performed under the strict safety/regulatory/license departmental standards and protocols.   Incumbents are also accountable for maintaining quality control for all imaging equipment and radioactivity assaying devices and maintaining their knowledge of the frequent technological and innovative changes in the field of nuclear medicine through participating in continuing education, seminars, meetings and in-services.   Essential Duties: - Prepares equipment for imaging tests, based on physicians’ orders and in adherence to department safeguards and protocols to ensure quality results. - Prepares patient and performs nuclear medicine procedures. - Maintains records and logs as required by department protocols and licensure requirements. - Disposes of and stores radioactive materials as required by law. - Performs incidental general office duties to include; answering phone; scheduling; filing; maintaining patient records; ordering supplies.
Job ID
2020-140917
Department
Nuclear Medicine
Facility
CHI Franciscan St. Anthony Hospital
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Part Time
Location
WA-GIG HARBOR
Position Summary   The Nuclear Medicine Tech coordinate and participate in a variety of technical tasks, tests and determinations involving the utilization of radioactive materials and measurement instrumentation.
Job ID
2020-138352
Department
Nuclear Medicine
Facility
CHI St. Joseph Health Regional Hospital
Shift
Varied
Employment Type
Per Diem
Location
TX-BRYAN
GENERAL SUMMARY: Under supervision plans, organizes and performs nuclear cardiology procedures to apply prescribed ionizing radiation for physician diagnosis.   ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: - Administers radiopharmaceuticals to patients according to protocol. - Accesses venous puncture for saline lock insertion. - Performs daily quality control and safety procedures and maintains accurate records. - Administers patient care within the scope of practice for a nuclear medicine technologist. - Participates in ALARA Program, following appropriate protocols. - Keeps current with NRC/OSHA/IDPH/ICANL regulations and updates. - Maintain and monitors supplies including radiopharmaceuticals. - Maintains safe and clean workplace. - Assists with Clinical/Didactic Training of Nuclear Medicine students, including Iowa Heart Center and Mercy College. - Responsible for completion of IHC Nuclear competencies. - Required to travel to other IHC offices as needed. - Operate required vehicle(s) in a safe manner to perform required duties of the position.
Job ID
2020-143490
Department
Adult Clinic
Facility
MercyOne Des Moines Medical Center
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Part Time
Location
IA-IOWA CITY
Job Summary: This job is responsible for providing GI nursing care of all patient populations undergoing GI procedures to include inpatient, outpatient, and those patients undergoing procedures in Radiology, ED, ICU and throughout the hospital. Essential Duties: Provides care for patients undergoing a GI procedure. Endoscopy RNs administer and maintain sedation and analgesia by order of the physician.  Assesses, diagnoses, and intervenes in the event of complications.  Monitors and assesses the patient receiving the sedation and analgesia throughout diagnostic and therapeutic endoscopic procedures. Provides on-call coverage for all three regional hospitals and responds within 30 minutes of call.
Job ID
2020-140154
Department
Endoscopy
Facility
CHI Franciscan St. Anne Hospital
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Part Time
Location
WA-BURIEN
Job Summary: This job is responsible for providing GI nursing care of all patient populations undergoing GI procedures to include inpatient, outpatient, and those patients undergoing procedures in Radiology, ED, ICU and throughout the hospital. Essential Duties: Provides care for patients undergoing a GI procedure. Endoscopy RNs administer and maintain sedation and analgesia by order of the physician.  Assesses, diagnoses, and intervenes in the event of complications.  Monitors and assesses the patient receiving the sedation and analgesia throughout diagnostic and therapeutic endoscopic procedures. Provides on-call coverage for all three regional hospitals and responds within 30 minutes of call.
Job ID
2020-138148
Department
Gastro-Intestinal Services
Facility
CHI Franciscan St. Joseph Medical Center
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Part Time
Location
WA-TACOMA
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