Nuclear Medicine Technologist
Vitalim Diagnostic Imaging
At Vitalim – Diagnostic Imaging, our mission is to be the highest standard for diagnostic imaging, reporting, and patient care. Guided by the practices of Mount Sinai hospital, we achieve this by only operating state-of-the-art equipment and collaborating with top cardiologists and radiologists from the best hospitals in Ontario. Our core values include excellence, ethics, accountability, and patient engagement.Our clinic offers flexible hours, walk-in examinations (no appointment necessary), and we are the only diagnostic clinic in Canada that is fully equipped with a complete line of Siemens imaging machines. To learn more about our equipment, please click here.Located in the heart of the Joseph & Wolf Lebovic Jewish Community Campus, Vitalim Diagnostic Imaging is a state of the art medical imaging clinic providing comprehensive diagnostic imaging services. From x-rays and mammography to the most current nuclear imaging, Vitalim employs the most sophisticated equipment in a fully digitized facility. All examinations are performed by our uniquely-trained staff who uphold the most rigorous standards of professionalism, and the entire experience is designed to maximize our patients’ comfort.
-Maintaining patient confidentiality, making sure patients are correctly identified, being safe, and being prepared for a nuclear medicine scan.
-Capable of carrying out nuclear medicine procedures as described in the procedure manuals, including radiopharmaceutical preparation and I.V. administration, Myocardial perfusion imaging, and MUGA scans
-Maintaining safe practices when using all medical equipment, operating and troubleshooting instructions provided by the manufacturer, and reporting any nuclear medicine equipment failures
-Maintain the health and safety of the workforce, the general public, and the environment by adhering to approved radiation safety procedures.
-Maintaining inventory and alerting the manager to any shortages.
-Adhering to all CNSC and Vitalim policies and procedures
-Graduate of a recognized training program in Nuclear Medicine Technology
-Current active registration with the College of Medical Radiation Technologist of Ontario
-Personal Liability Insurance required
-Current BCLS certification
-Minimum 0-1 years of experience in Nuclear Medicine.
-New Grads welcome !
-RSO Certification is an asset
Full-Time position available immediately. Weekdays.
New Grads welcome and encouraged to apply.