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General Radiology Holding – (Nelson)

  • Provide clinical management of patients undergoing x-rays, fluoroscopic exams, MRI exams, ultrasound exams, and nuclear medicine and positron emissions tomography (PET) exams including, but not limited to: IV access, central line management, education, crisis intervention, side effect management and pediatric sedation.
  • Monitoring patients pre- and post- myelography and lumbar puncture procedures
Patient Population
  • All ages
  • Varying acuity
  • Inpatient and outpatient
Number of Beds
  • MRI: 3 scanners
  • General X-ray/Fluoro: 4
  • Ultrasound: 2
  • Nuclear Medicine: 3
  • PET: 2
  • Holding Area: 6
Nurse/Patient Ratio
  • 1:4
Rotation/Shifts
  • Monday-Friday; 7:00 am – 5:30 pm
Skill Mix
  • 75% RN; 50% BSN; 25% Clinical Associate
Required Competencies:
  • BLS, ACLS and PALS certification
  • Excellent phlebotomy skills required (pediatric and adult);
  • Successful completion of the JHH sedation course
Orientation
  • Complete 10-16 week regular radiology orientation with 2 weeks specifically with Nelson Radiology Holding Area nurses and modality specific technologists. 

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