At MemorialCare, we believe in providing extraordinary health care to our communities and an exceptional working environment for our employees. MemorialCare stands for excellence in Health Care. Across our family of medical centers, we support each one of our bright, talented employees in reaching the highest levels of professional development, contribution, collaboration and accountability. Whatever your role and whatever expertise you bring, we are dedicated to helping you achieve your full potential in an environment of respect, innovation and teamwork.
MemorialCare Long Beach Medical Center is a major regional provider of medical and surgical services. A Magnet®-designated teaching hospital, MemorialCare Long Beach Medical Center has 420 beds. We consistently achieve national accolades for our quality care, including ranking as one of “America’s Best Hospitals” for Orthopedics by U.S. News & World Report magazine. Our unique environment allows for a range of medical services, from childhood to adulthood, to be structured under one roof. With our technology, our vision, and especially our talented professionals, we ensure our patients receive the best possible care.
Proficiently operates various MRI scanners without requiring constant supervision in the MRI Imaging department at MemorialCare Long Beach Medical Center. Obtains imaging for patients of all ages, including Miller Children's Hospital patients as contractually agreed. Possesses working knowledge of basic sterile procedure and nursing skills.
Must have knowledge of cross-sectional anatomy and circulatory system.
Must have basic knowledge of magnets, cryogenic gases, radio frequencies, and magnetic resonance physics.
Previous experience in MRI is highly desirable.
Knowledge of picture archiving and communication system (PACS) and related medical imaging technology is preferred.
Graduate of an accredited school of Radiologic Technology.
A current American Heart Association Basic Life Support (CPR & AED) certification is required pre-hire.
Advanced Certification in MR by the ARRT is preferred.