TRAVELING RADIOLOGY SPECIALISTS-
The Road To Fulfillment Has Never Been Easier!
As a radiology tech, you’re already accustomed to delivering quality and critical health care to patients, and health care teams that depend on it. You are aware of the importance of working within an elite group of healthcare professionals, but are you aware of the opportunities that come with the travel life? Go on… ask! As a healthcare professional working as a traveling radiologist, you are able to do the job you love while exploring new spaces and meeting new faces! New and exciting locations? Check. High salary potential, high demand positions? Check. So what are you waiting for?
WHAT DO TRAVELING RADIOLOGISTS DO?
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X ray techs, also called radiologic technologists or radiographers, are critical in assisting healthcare professionals diagnose patients with the use of imaging. By taking X rays of specific and affected parts of a patient’s body, healthcare professionals get a more comprehensive understanding of what is going on inside the patient. Once X rays are completed and available, healthcare professionals are able to properly diagnose and treat their patients. Without radiologic technologists or radiographers, medical teams wouldn’t know what’s happening on the inside or how to fix it! X ray tech responsibilities:
Take X rays of patients
Work with patients to explain the procedures, and position patients correctly for the procedure
Use instruments and cover surrounding areas with lead shields to properly protect patient from radiation exposure
Operate and maintain radiography equipment
Perform advanced imaging procedures, such as fluoroscopies
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