Technologist (CT/ MRI)

Apr 11, 2017 05:46 am

Apollo Hospitals Dhaka Company Name: Apollo Hospitals Dhaka

Job Title: Technologist (CT/ MRI)

Job Type: Full Time

Number of Vacancies: 1

Job Category: Medical/Pharma

Deadline: 17 Apr,2017

Educational Qualification:
  • Diploma in Medical Technology (Radiology & Imaging) in reputed institute.
  • Must have the state medical facilities registration.

 

Experience:

At least 2 year(s)

 

Requirement:
  • Age 25 to 33 year(s)
  • Be professional (Uniform, TLD-Badges, ID card, clean & Tidy).
  • Behaving in a professional manner in consideration and observation of patient's rights and dignity.
  • Adhere to all departmental policies.
  • Pursue Own professional development.
  • Maintain duty roster properly.
  • Maintain daily check list (appropriate task).
  • Communicate effectively with patient, patient's attendance, colleague & supervisor.
  • Recognize and respond to emergency conditions.
  • Make an entry in the Nominal Register in the absence of clerk.
  • Check the request form / Patient's file (incase of IP) for the details like region of interest, history, old documents, paid voucher (for OPD) etc.
  • Ensure that the samples are collected before handing over the FILM/CD for reporting.
  • Inform to supervisor, concerned person / department for faulty of medical equipment or any other machineries.
  • Ensure patients care and maintain quality as per the hospital policy.
  • To perform all other task as assigned by the supervisor or required by the department.
  • Strictly maintain the Standard Service Level Agreement (SSLA).
  • He / She should be part of the quality improvement of JCI documentation process of the hospital

 

Other Opportunities:
Job Location

Dhaka Division

Salary Range
    Negotiable

 

Instruction :

Applicant must enclose his/her Photograph with CV.

Application Deadline : Apr 17, 2017

 

Company Information

Apollo Hospitals DhakaAddress : Plot 81, Block E, Bashundhara R/A, Dhaka-1229Web : www.apollodhaka.com

 

Job Detail:


Job Description / Responsibility

CT-Scan:
1. The equipment power supply is switched on.
2. Perform machine calibration and record to check list.
3. In case of any faulty of machine inform to medical physicist / bio-medical engineer and record it in the break down logbook.
4. Reconfirm the instructions given to the patient during appointment (e.g. fasting, earlier reports if any etc.)
5. If there is any cancellation or delay, rebook and try to contact the patient immediately (walk in or on queue) by the appointment center.
6. Use the technique and knowledge that will minimize radiation exposure to patients, the general public and health care personnel consistent with the ALARA (As Low As is Reasonably Achievable) concept.
7. Inform patients to remove radio opaque material if any in the region of investigation.
• Inform conscious patient to give their valuables to their attendant (for out patient and IN patient).
• In case of unconscious patient the valuables are removed in presence of corresponding sister / attendant.
8. Recheck patient's consent paper, history, region of interest, protocol, and patient preparation etc. before starting the scan.
9. Patient should position for the scan according to the region requested by the doctor / radiologist.
10. Entry patient's information like name, sex, part of scan etc. in the CT-Scan system.
11. In case of plain study if radiologist asked for contrast, technologist will inform patient / patient's attendant for the proper billing and for IN patient inform to ward sister to give input for contrast study.
12. Contrast inject by the presence or permission of radiologist.
13. During contrast inject by the pressure injector, check the peak level and also the patient.
14. Before move out the patient from the gantry recheck scan and if needed show to radiologist for more instruction.
15. After the scan is over, the patient is asked to change the dress and the time for collecting the report from dispatch counter is informed for out patient and for In patients he/she or patient's attendant informs that the report will be dispatched at the ward.
16. Post process images are documented and make ready film for reporting.
17. Keep records of test done for the day, film / CD wastage for monthly inventory.
18. Make sure that the images are sent on the PACS within 20 minutes after the procedure.
19. Performs miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned.
20. Response timely as the roster of on-call duty.
MRI:
1. The equipment power supply is switched on.
2. In case of any faulty of machine inform to medical physicist / bio-medical engineer and record it in the break down logbook.
3. Reconfirm the instructions given to the patient during appointment (e.g. fasting, earlier reports if any etc.)
4. If there is any cancellation or delay, rebook and try to contact the patient immediately (walk in or on queue) by the appointment center.
5. Confirm that patient is metal free and dress changed properly.
6. Recheck patient's consent paper specially check list, history, region of interest, protocol, and patient preparation etc. before starting the scan.
7. Patient should position and proper coil apply for the scan according to the region requested by the doctor / radiologist.
8. Calling bell should be keep patient's hand & trains how / when to apply (if possible).
9. Informed patient about procedure & study time.
10. Entry patient's information like name, sex, part of scan etc. in the MR system.
11. In case of plain study if radiologist asked for contrast, technologist will inform patient / patient's attendant for the proper billing and for IN patient inform to ward sister to give input for contrast study.
12. Before move out the patient from the gantry recheck scan and if needed, show to radiologist for more instruction.
13. After the scan is over, the patient is asked to change the dress and the time for collecting the report from dispatch counter is informed for out patient and for In patients he/she or patient's attendant informs that the report will be dispatched at the ward.
14. Accurate / post process images are documented and make ready film for reporting.
15. Keep records of test done for the day, film / CD wastage for monthly inventory.
16. Make sure that the images are sent on the PACS within 20 minutes after the procedure.
17. For sedation patient all the equipments / accessories will be ready before starting the study.
18. Performs miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned.
19. Response timely as the roster of on-call duty.