The Nuclear Medicine Technologist is responsible for performing nuclear medicine procedures; maintaining departmental standards in accordance with Policies and Procedures, and up-to-date knowledge on new techniques and procedures.
This is an on call position.
Certification/License: National Certification in Nuclear Medicine Technology, by one of the following organizations: American Registry of Radiological Technologists (ARRT -Nuclear Medicine Division) or Nuclear Medicine Technology Certification Board (NMTCB). Washington State licensure and BCLS certification are also required.
Education: Must be a graduate of an AMA approved School of Nuclear Medicine Technology . Must have completed at least two years (preferably four years) of college level academic credits with a focus in the biological or physical sciences or other comparable education.
Internal Number: 2131
About Pulse Heart Institute
The Institute is a new partnership between Cardiac Study Center, MultiCare Regional Heart & Vascular Centers and MultiCare Medical Associates. These organizations share a long history of delivering clinically innovative firsts to the region.
Pulse Heart Institute is the first of its kind in our community and combines the best of private practice with the extensive capabilities of a large health system. It is an integrated, cardiovascular organization to unite cardiac, thoracic, and vascular services into one cohesive unit. Pulse works to build a seamless, comprehensive range of care in both adult inpatient and outpatient settings.
Pulse Heart Institute is working to realize the vision of becoming a world-class health care organization and a destination center for cardiac, thoracic and vascular care. Patients in our community and beyond can experience better outcomes, significantly improved access to care, a refined, patient-centric approach and advanced state-of-the-art programs.