Nuclear Medicine Technologist
KMH Cardiology Centres Inc.
KMH Cardiology Centres Inc. is a provider of high quality healthcare in the Southern Ontario region. Our commitment is to provide diagnostic care and imaging that will assist in the early detection of disease, plan patient management and effectively monitor treatment.
Currently, KMH is seeking a Nuclear Medicine Technologist to work at our Mississauga Head Office, Burlington & Hamilton location. Applicants must be able to work part-time hours and flexible to work days, evenings and weekend shifts as required.
Nuclear Medicine Technologist Job Description:
Performs nuclear diagnostic procedures independently Previous experience in PET/CT is an asset, but not required Preparation and/or assay and administration of radioactive materials (radiopharmaceuticals) to patients.
Experience with adding radioactive material to the patient's blood sample or blood component for invitro labeling Experience with drawing doses from vials for all Nuclear procedures Primarily responsible for stress testing all Nuclear Cardiology patients requiring an exercise cardiac or persantine study under the supervision of a physician Performs all routine duties in accordance with the facility's policies and protocols with all problems and complications reported to the Senior Technologist and/or the Technical Manager
Nuclear Medicine Technologist Qualifications:
Previous completion of a recognized course in Nuclear Medicine In good standing with CAMRT & CMRTO At least 1 year of work experience is an asset
KMH Cardiology Centres Inc. offers an excellent remuneration package including; competitive wages, company paid benefits, vacation pay, RRSP program with company contribution and referral bonuses.
KMH welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.
Human Resource Coordinator
KMH Cardiology Centres Inc. 2075 Hadwen Road Mississauga, ON, L5K 2L3
905 855 3855
905 855 1863