Seeking employment within a medical facility that will give me the opportunity to use my years of experience as a Imaging/fluoroscopy technologist.
07/2016 – present
Imaging/fluoroscopy tech Lead Imaging tech Siena Surgery center
Assist surgeons in the operating room by applying x-ray energy with mobile fluoroscopic units to produce quality diagnostic images. Mobile units used are 9900, 9800, 9600 and mini c-arms. Other critical duties include maintaining Radiation Control Program by keeping up to date radiation dosimetry records of all staff working in O.R suites. Also, ordering TLD’s for staff and sending badges off to be read. Conduct annual checks of all lead aprons and thyroid collars by visual inspection and fluoroscopic means. Maintain up to date licensures of all mobile fluoro units and input and output readings for radiation safety and state inspections. Last two year’s I’ve received no negative feedback on radiation control program state inspections.
07/2017 – present
Imaging technologist- Code3 Urgent care medical
Training medical techs on the basic principal’s of ALARA, applying x-ray energy to the appropriate age of the patient, patient positioning and performing diagnostic quality images for licensed practitioners/and or radiologist interpretation.
04/2006 to 03/2012
Medical Imaging Tech
Sunrise Hospital and Children’s Hospital, 3186 S Maryland Pkwy, Las Vegas, NV 89109
Assist with on-the-job training of new employees and student’s, and provided input to supervisors regarding training performance. Performed healthcare services by applying x-ray energy to assist in diagnosis or treatment, including radiographic procedures and related techniques, producing quality images for the interpretation by; or the request of a licensed practitioner. Provided radiology services to neonatal, pediatric, adolescent, adult and geriatric patients. Assisted physicians in the performance of procedures and the administration of contrast media. Exercised professional judgement in performance of services and maintained a demeanor complimentary to medical ethics.
Used radiation safety measures in compliance with government regulations. Rotated to radiology departments within the hospital, such as fluoroscopy/surgery department, Emergency department, pediatrics and inpatient care.
11/1996 to 06/2005
U.S. Navy Hospital Corpsman and Radiology Technologist
U.S. Navy National Naval medical Center of Bethesda, Md. 8901 Wisconsin Ave, Bethesda, Md.
As shift supervisor, I managed x-ray department, CT and MRI. Supervised and trained technologist on the use of mobile fluoroscopy units (9600 and 9800). Was responsible for providing x-ray service to 14 surgery suites. While at Bethesda, was part of designated transport team for wounded soldiers of Operation Enduring Freedom (2002).
Pima Medical Institute, Las Vegas, NV (2014-2015)
Associates degree in Radiological sciences
UNLV Advanced Radiography Program. Certificate completed (2006)
R.T. (ARRT) current
CPR (BLS) certified
[Available upon request.]