Founded as a faith-based hospital in 1931 by the Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word, Dignity Health – St. Bernardine Medical Center is a 342-bed, acute care, nonprofit hospital located in San Bernardino, California. The hospital offers a full complement of services, including the Inland Empire Heart and Vascular Institute, an award-winning orthopedics program, surgical weight loss, and is an official Neurovascular Stroke Center, as designated by ICEMA. The hospital shares a legacy of humankindness with Dignity Health, one of the nation’s five largest health care systems. Visit https://www.dignityhealth.org/socal/locations/stbernardinemedical for more information.
Radiological duties to include but not limited to: performing diagnostic procedures according to established standards and department policies. Preparing diagnostic procedures for interpretation in accordance with established department policies and procedures. Clerical duties to include but not limited to: facilitating a positive patient experience through friendly coordination and advocacy in terms of reception, assisting with registration, information gathering, and other interactions. Also assisting in proper identification of the patient, collection of patient demographics information, coordination with the Urgent Care’s assignment process as well as anticipating and responding to the non-clinical needs of patients and their families. General duties include but not limited to: patient intake and discharge, obtaining and recording vitals, 12 lead ECG, room and unit preparation, and phlebotomy requests. Performs a variety of other duties including scheduling procedures, answering telephones, and interacting with other departmental and hospital employees. This position requires the full understanding and active participation in fulfilling the Mission of St. Bernardine Medical Center. It is expected that the employee will demonstrate behavior consistent with the Core Values. The employee shall support St. Bernardine Medical Center’s strategic plan and the goals and direction of the quality improvement/process improvement activities. Requirements: One year experience as a diagnostic staff technologist in a hospital or clinical setting. Computer literacy Excellent communication skills and ability to interact well with the public and other hospital departments Knowledge of medical terminology Knowledge of admissions procedures, government bylaws, managed care and associates insurance preferred Bilingual skills desirable (English/Spanish) Ability to perform 12 lead ECG/EKG studies. California Radiologic Technology license (C.R.T.), American Registry of Radiologic Technology license (A.R.R.T.), BLS Healthcare Provider CPR, Phlebotomy certificate preferred
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