A technologist play important role in department, obtains patient history, explains standard procedure, addresses patient concerns and performs a variety of specialized tasks in the radiology department.
Radiologic technologists must ensure that the patient is shielded from the rays as much as possible. The technologists sometimes work with radioactive dyes. Part of the radiologic technologist’s job is to handle potentially harmful elements in a safe manner to protect patients, co-workers and themselves
Reliably perform all non-contrast plain Radiography, conventional contrast studies and non-contrast plain radiography in special situations
Implement correct QC, storage and handling procedures for shielding and immobilization devices.
Meets the legal and ethical requirements of practice and protect the patient’s right to an established standard of care. Professional responsibility encompasses scope of practice, accountability, and professional development.
Interacts in a professional and competent manner, using effective listening, verbal and written communication in dealing with laboratory colleagues, patients, clients and other health professionals.
Providing better healthcare and diagnosis to the patients.