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Radiology Manager Pendleton Oregon vs

Company:
ESR
Location:
Pendleton, Oregon, 97801, United States
Posted:
November 15, 2016

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Description:

Radiology Manager

Job Type

Full-Time Regular

Job Description

We are working on a Radiology Manager opening for a 25 bed critical access hospital in rural Oregon, located about 2.5 hrs from Pendleton and 3 hrs from Bend.

Responsible for planning, organizing and directing the overall operation of the Imaging Services Department. Ensures compliance with patient care quality standards as it relates to the care provided to all age groups of patients ranging from newborn to elderly. Maintains performance improvement activities within the department and participates in CQI activities. Assures competency of all staff. Assists in formulating the budget. Maintains efficient and effective department operation while requiring compliance with all accrediting organization, state, federal and local regulatory laws, standards and protocols. This is a working manager position. The Manager oversees 4 FTEs.

Requirements:

High School graduate; BS degree

Graduation from an AMA approved school of Radiologic Technology, either college affiliated or hospital trained.

Registered with the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists.

Certified by the State of Oregon to practice and administer radiation.

Current BCLS certification.

Some background in Imaging Services administration.

MRI, CT, XRAY and/or Ultra Sound preferred

At least five (5) active years in a department with diagnostic and special procedures experience.

Radiology Manager Oregon vs

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