X-Ray Technologist (CLXT)
We are growing and looking for an X-Ray Technologist to join our team in Red Deer, Alberta. This is a great opportunity if you are looking to join a premium network of multidisciplinary pain clinics across Canada focused on empowering people to live their best lives.
WHO WE ARE:
We are Canada’s leading healthcare provider, delivering category-leading treatment for chronic pain, as well as spinal injuries, sports-related injuries, and concussions. We are a public company that owns 14 clinics across Canada dedicated to providing holistic treatment plans leveraging technology, data-driven insights, and delivering interdisciplinary care. Our leadership team is forward-thinking with an entrepreneurial spirit and a commitment to research education and development.
In Red Deer, Alberta, we have partnered with Central Alberta Orthopedics, a like-minded group of Orthopedic Surgeons with a commitment to providing excellent care in musculoskeletal care, pain management, and reconstructive surgery, to open our 15th clinic. Our new clinic will be offering leading-edge spine services for patients in Central Alberta.
This role requires a highly professional and personable individual who demonstrates strong critical thinking, clear and concise communication, organizational skills, and who enjoys working in a busy environment with growth opportunities. This individual must respectfully interact with all team members and foster a patient-centered approach.
The X-Ray Technologist role is a multidisciplinary position that requires rotation in general radiography and specialized fluoroscopy. Responsible for Safely executing work which includes; Entering, reviewing, reporting, and distributing patients’ exams in an accurate, complete, and timely manner. Appropriately positioning patients and equipment to produce high-quality diagnostic images for review. Verify patient information by interviewing patients and confirming the purpose of the visit and ensuring all X-Ray Technologist activities are carried out in a safe and responsible manner.
- Ensure timely reporting and analysis of incidents, near misses, and hazards.
- Enter, review, report, and distribute patients’ exams in an accurate, complete, and timely manner.
- Complete general radiography and specialized fluoroscopy procedures.
- Appropriately positioning patients and equipment to produce high-quality diagnostic images for review.
- Review images and ensure images are promptly sent to PACS to be reviewed by the radiologist.
- Provide patients, public, and staff radiation protection and follow the principles of As Low as Reasonably Achievable (ALARA)
- Verify patient information by interviewing the patient and confirming the purpose of the visit.
- Secure patient information and maintain patient confidence by safeguarding medical records; completing diagnostic coding and procedure coding; keeping patient information confidential.
- Keeps equipment operating by following operating instructions; troubleshooting breakdowns; maintaining supplies; performing preventive maintenance; calling for repairs
- Ensure the required levels of competencies are achieved by completing all required training and maintaining records.
- Communicate relevant support, concerns, and information with, patients, teammates, surgeons, and supervisors using the appropriate methods.
- Share lessons learned, best practices, and cost-saving initiatives to enable continuous improvement.
- Completion of an accredited Canadian MRT or CXLT Program
- Active registration with the Alberta College of Medical Diagnostic and Therapeutic Technologists (ACMDTT)
- Active registration with the Canadian Association of Medical Radiation Technologists (CAMRT) or Alberta College of Combined Laboratory and X-ray technologist (ACCLXT)
- 1 Year of experience as an X-Ray Technologist
- Comply with all safety policies, practices, and procedures.
- Previous experience in Fluoroscopy (an asset)
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