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MRI Technologist Lead

Company: Clinical Management Consultants
Location: San Francisco
Posted on: May 17, 2022

Job Description:

One of San Francisco's premier healthcare systems is actively interviewing for a Senior MRI Technologist to work collaboratively with their advanced medical imaging team. The academic medical center has the latest in medical and diagnostic imaging modalities. The Senior MRI Technologist will be proud to work at this medical center that has been ranked in the top 10 nationally in multiple arenas by U.S. World and News Reports.The MR/Senior Technologist is a CRT/ARRT licensed technologist who maintains an ARRT sponsored MRI certification and has - years of MRI experience. - This individual must also be certified and demonstrate competency in performing injection procedures necessary for MRI. -This technologist must demonstrate the ability to perform MRI exams in both the inpatient and outpatient environment, demonstrate the ability to work safely in an acute care setting, and be able to cooperate accordingly with anesthesia and other patient care departments that interact with the MR environment. -Additionally, the MR/Senior Technologist must be willing to train and interact with students and new hires when necessary. The Senior MRI Technologist will enjoy living in the San Francisco Bay area that truly has something for everyone to enjoy. San Francisco offers incredible diversity, restaurant options, endless entertainment and a variety of urban and more suburban living environments. Moreover, the greater bay area is close to Wine Country, the Pacific Coast and many national parks.

Keywords: Clinical Management Consultants, San Francisco , MRI Technologist Lead, Other , San Francisco, California

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