Mammography Technologist

Job Description:
Responsibilities You can use your skills as a Mammography Technologist to help patients at UCLA Health in their fight against breast cancer.
In this position, you'll float between our Breast Imaging Centers and handle rotating shifts as needed.
You'll be responsible for helping to educate patients about the exam and ensuring they are comfortable and that their dignity and confidentiality is maintained.
You'll help prepare supplies, practice sterile techniques, and use universal precautions at all times.
You'll also be called upon to collaborate professionally with co-workers and physicians.
At UCLA Health, you can make a difference for patients.
Qualifications SELECTED DUTIES Coordinating breast exams with other services Coordinating patient transfers to the observation area, if needed Maintaining accurate and updated records Ensuring radiology requisitions are completed properly Maintaining accurate supply records and initiating orders when needed Complying with health and infection control policies Performing first-aid until other help arrives, if required Will be required to float between UCLA Health Breast Imaging Centers and participate in rotating shifts as needed JOB QUALIFICATIONS Graduate of a Radiologic Technology Training Program approved by the American Medical Association RDMS license One to two years experience in Breast Imaging preferred Sound knowledge of Breast Imaging positioning and image acquisition Ability to operate Selenia Digital systems, Selenia Dimensions, Lorad Multicare system, Trident Specimen system, and Phillips iU22 and EPIQ scanner Knowledge of appropriate technique selection for mammograms and transducer selection for breast ultrasounds Familiar with RIS and PACS operation

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