At Garnet Health, the Hudson Valley’s leading integrated health system, you’ll find the perfect balance of a satisfying career and a rewarding lifestyle. Our focus is on patient-centric care with a collective of visionary leaders and dedicated and caring professionals working as a team to deliver the best for the people we serve. If you’re interested in a health system that’s both growing and award-winning, serving a diverse community that provides the best of both city and rural life, we invite to make your career home with us as a Radiologic Technologist on our Diagnostic Imaging team at/in Garnet Health Medical Center- Middletown.
Operates various radiographic/computer equipment and produces radiographs 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.
At Garnet Health, we are committed to supporting your career growth and professional potential. We are responsive, attentive and dedicated to the success and satisfaction of our team members. Here, you’ll find resources that will help you excel in your career, tuition reimbursement programs for your continued education, and comprehensive health, dental and retirement benefits designed to fit your individual and family needs. Our inclusive and diverse team culture encourages you to contribute your exceptional talents, skills and perspectives to the success of our system, one another, our communities and our patients.
Join the Garnet Health team and let your excellence shine.
Minimum Education: Graduate of an Accredited Radiology Program. (New Graduates must have a letter from the radiology program stating they meet graduation requirements and provide diploma within 3 months of hire if diploma is not available at time of hire)
Minimum Experience: Three to six months’ on-the-job experience preferred
Required Certification/Registration: New York State License required (New Graduates must have a temporary permit issued by NYS DOH as per NYS DOH Public Health Law Article 35 and obtain a NYS DOH License within 3 months from date of hire) , and registry A.R.R.T. required (New Graduates must obtain the ARRT registry within 3 months from date of hire).
Physical Requirements: Stands and walks most of the day. Positions, lifts, or assists in lifting patients on and off x-ray 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 control or detect exposure to radiation. Contact with patients, physicians, department employees, students and hospital departments, such as nursing.