About Sequoia Hospital – Hello Humankindness
Dignity Health Sequoia Hospital is an accredited, not-for-profit community hospital providing innovative and exceptional health care for generations of Bay Area residents. Sequoia’s Heart and Vascular Institute is a nationally known pioneer in advanced cardiac care, affiliated with the Cleveland Clinic Heart and Vascular Institute. Sequoia has received national recognition from Healthgrades for superior patient safety and was named as one of America’s top 100 hospitals for cardiac care. Our Total Joint Replacement program is a designated Blue Distinction Center for Knee and Hip Replacement. Our Birth Center is consistently ranked as a favorite among Peninsula families. We are also known for our comprehensive emergency care and leading-edge tomosynthesis 3-D mammogram technology. Our Pavilion combines the most advanced medical and surgical services with a unique healing environment, including private, spacious rooms and inviting garden areas.
The Radiologic Technologist I is responsible for performing a variety of radiographic, fluoroscopic and specialized procedures at a technical level not requiring constant supervision, under the general direction of a radiologist and radiology administration.
Employees working at the Whipple location: ARRT certification to be obtained at first opportunity but no later than one year from date of hire. American Heart Association Basic Life Support (BLS) certification required. CRT permit in accordance with California state regulation required. CRT-Mammography required of technologists who perform mammography.
Employees working at the Main Department: ARRT certification to be obtained at first opportunity but no later than one year from date of hire. American Heart Association Basic Life Support (BLS) certification required. CRT permit in accordance with California state regulation required. Radiological Technologists who perform Fluoroscopy procedures are required to have a Fluoroscopy permit in accordance with California state regulation. Radiologic Technologists who perform Mammography procedures are required to have a Mammography permit in accordance with California State regulation.
Radiologic Technologist II must have a minimum of 2 years relevant experience as a Radiologic Technologist or equivalent. Radiologic Technologist III must have a minimum of 2 years relevant experience as a Radiologic Technologist II or equivalent.Must have satisfactorily completed formal radiologic technology training in an AMA approved school.
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