Garnet Health (formerly Greater Hudson Valley Health System,) is a New York State, not-for-profit corporation headquartered in Middletown, New York, approximately 60 miles north of New York City. Garnet Health is comprised of Garnet Health Medical Center, Garnet Health Medical Center - Catskills, Garnet Health Doctors, Garnet Health Foundation and Garnet Health Foundation - Catskills. Garnet Health is dedicated to developing specialty services, medical programs and needed healthcare services that allow residents to remain close to home to receive quality care.
Providing healthcare to nearly 450,000 residents in Orange, Sullivan and Ulster Counties, Garnet Health was designed to improve the quality, stability and efficiency of healthcare services in the mid-Hudson and Catskill region. Services provided by more than 3,300 employed professionals and over 850 medical staff members, makes Garnet Health one of the largest healthcare providers in the tri-county area. The System’s three hospital campuses (Garnet Health Medical Center - Catskills (Harris and Callicoon, NY) and Garnet Health Medical Center (Middletown, NY) plus several outpatient facilities, offer a broad spectrum of care including:
Operates various CT / computer equipment and produces radiographic images of designated areas of human anatomy on patients of all ages. Accepts assignments to various locations within the ORMC system to include all off-site facilities.
Minimum Education: Graduate of an ARRT approved Accredited Radiology Program.
Minimum Experience: Six months CT experience preferred or completion of CT training program inclusive of didactic and clinical rotation.
Required Certification/Registration: New York State Radiologic Technologist License, ARRT (R) required. ARRT (CT) Certification required within 12 months of hire. CT Certification preferred. BLS required.
NYS DOH Injection license preferred, required within 30 days from date of hire.
Physical Requirements: Stands and walks most of the day. Positions, lifts, or assists in lifting patients on and off CT table. Pushes equipment weighing in excess of 100 pounds less than 50% of time. Requires visual effort and reaching to adjust controls and evaluates images most of the day.
Working Conditions: Works inside, controlled exposure to elements of radiation, disagreeable odors, and infection. Wears protective clothing and film badge to detect and monitor exposure to radiation. Contact with patients, physicians, department employees, students and hospital departments, such as nursing.