You can make a difference in people’s lives every day. When you join UCLA Health, you’ll be working at an institution that provides leading-edge care to the people of L.A. and throughout the world. We provide our team members with the environment and support to do amazing work, because each and every one of them plays a vital role in our commitment to care.
Licenses and certifications needed CPR, CNMT – NMTCT-or ARRT-CT
Working knowledge of equipment, instruments, including but not limited to Scintillation Gamma and PET Cameras, and Multi-Modality Cameras, including but not limited to Spect/CT, PET, and/or PET/CT Cameras integrated with Computer Acquisition,
< Processing, and/or Image Fusion Terminals; Dose Calibrators, GM Survey Meters, Area Monitors, Ion Chambers, Mac and PC Computers, Centrifuge and Scintillation Well Counter, Fume Hoods, Treadmill and Vital Signs Monitors (EKG and BP); various software, including but not limited to Pinestar Database, IDX, Essentris, Centricity (GE PACS), and Fusion Imaging.
Valid Certifications as a Nuclear Medicine Technologist with either the Nuclear Medicine Technology Board (NMTCB) or American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT).
Valid licensure in Nuclear Medicine Technology by the Department of Health Services, Radiologic Health Branch, State of California.
Reading skills to understand patient records, forms, technical procedure and policy manuals, and other related documents written in standard English.
Speaking skill to collect and clearly convey information to people of various educational, cultural, and economic backgrounds using tact, diplomacy, correct grammar and vocabulary.
Interpersonal skills to work as part of a medical team by establishing and maintaining cooperative working relationships with physicians, medical staff, colleagues, co-workers, patients, and the public.
Ability to set priorities to multiple tasks, shifting demands, deadlines, and a heavy workload.
Writing skills to maintain accurate, up-to-date medical records and logs.
Ability to work with self-initiative and minimum supervision in the performance of nuclear medicine procedures.
Interpersonal skills to relate to patients of all age groups or their families with sensitivity and compassion.
I've been blessed to touch so many lives through my serving. It's a privilege to uplift other employees with words of encouragement and a smile.
The first thing i noticed when i joined the team was how everyone is very welcoming and friendly with supportive management. I did not feel like an outsider.
Once I joined, I knew UCLA Health was THE place to be due to the growth potential and training offered