Nuclear Medicine Technologist
KMH Cardiology Centres Inc.
We are a provider of high quality healthcare with 10 clinics in the GTA and South Western Ontario region. We are committed to providing diagnostic care and imaging that will assist in the early detection of disease, plan patient management and effectively monitor treatment.
Our areas of expertise include Nuclear Cardiology, Nuclear Medicine, Cardiology Testing, MRI, PET and Specialist services.
Our Mission: To set new standards in the delivery of comprehensive, efficient and cost effective health care services with a commitment to high quality patient care.
We can offer you a great environment with an outstanding team and the opportunity for learning and growth.
For more information, please go to www.kmhlabs.com
Are you patient focused Nuclear Medicine Technologist with excellent clinical skills looking for a great environment with an outstanding team?
KMH Cardiology Centres Inc. is recruiting for a Nuclear Medicine Technologist for our GE Centre of Excellence in Kitchener.
• The Nuclear Medicine Technologist performs high quality nuclear medicine diagnostic procedures independently
• Conducts examinations in accordance with CMRITO, MOH, CNSC regulations and KMH's protocols, policies, and procedures and directly reports any issues and complications to Team Lead.
• Applies independent judgment and critical thinking during the examination to ensure that all appropriate data is accurately captured.
• Preparation, assay and administration of radioactive materials (radiopharmaceuticals) to patients.
• Preparing patients to be scanned on the Gamma Cameras. Instructs or aids the patient during the procedure.
• Completes the proper equipment maintenance on the medical equipment, medical device and cameras in accordance with department standards.
• Maintains work areas in a clean and orderly condition and ensures the examination rooms are properly supplied, equipped and operational before, during and after each shift.
• Ensures that all equipment is well maintained and in good working order and assists in maintaining a current inventory of routine laboratory supplies.
• Works with cross functional team and other KMH staff to assist with patient care.
• Attends team meetings and updates
- Maintains continuous professional development in Nuclear Medicine through self-study, attending courses or seminars.
We are a progressive organization with a team passionate about healthcare. Our team is comprised of clinical, clinical support and business roles with an entrepreneurial approach.
The Nuclear Technologist team takes pride in our training learning focused environment including educational team meetings, case studies rounds, up-to-date imaging protocols and a growing practise with an outstanding group of clinicians.
We are the only IHF facility in Ontario with an official GE partnership.
This is a full-time role scheduled for 5 days per week during week days (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday) and alternate weekends.
Shifts can vary and are typically scheduled during these hours:
6.45 a.m.-2.45 p.m.
9.00 a.m.-5.00 p.m.
11.00 a.m.-7.00 p.m. (1 day per week on rotation with team)
Part-Time shifts are also available.
The role reports to the Nuclear Team Lead and is part of a team of 14 Technologists.
We offer a total compensation package including a competitive rate, a comprehensive benefits program, Work Perks, RRSP, Let’s Move program wellness initiatives and the opportunity for growth.
New Grads: We offer an innovative and unique benefits plan for new graduates. Contact us to learn more today.
Relocation assistance is available.
Please submit your current resume and cover letter to email@example.com to apply for this position.
Thank you for your application. Only candidates selected for an initial Zoom or telephone interview will be contacted. No agencies please.
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- 1 year of work experience as a Nuclear Medicine Technologist is an asset
- Completion of recognized education in Nuclear Medicine
- Knowledge and proficiency of Nuclear Medicine procedures and operating regulations
- Current registration in good standing with CMRITO (College of Medical Radiation and Imaging Technologists of Ontario) and CAMRT
- Experience with PET is an asset
- Proof of Professional Liability Insurance
- CPR certification
- Excellent communication skills
- Proficient in MS Office (MS Word and Outlook)
- Experience with EMR systems
New Grads: We offer an innovative and unique benefits plan for new graduates.
Relocation assistance is available.
Contact us to learn more today.
2075 Hadwen Road