Ultrasound Tech, RVT – (1) PRN Float
Radiology Regional Center is seeking an experienced RVT certified Ultrasound Tech who is ARRT certified and has a Florida radiography license to work in our Lee and Collier county offices, to provide excellent Ultrasound imaging services and patient care.
The candidate must be RDMS registered and vascular/RVT certified. This Sonographer will perform all specialty areas of ultrasound exams: general, vascular, small parts, breast, OB.
The leading candidate will present a willingness to be versatile to learn other modalities and be dedicated to providing excellent patient care.
Must have a valid Florida driver’s license and reliable transportation
PA-C or ARNP-C (Vascular and Aesthetics) – Float (PRN)
Radiology Regional Center Vascular Specialists is seeking a PA-C or ARNP-C to work in our vein care clinics in Lee & Collier Counties to provide vascular and aesthetic services.
Radiology Regional Center (RRC) Vascular Specialists is dedicated to treating all aspects of varicose vein disease and providing aesthetic services, such as Botox, Restylane and Laser Hair Removal, to our patients. The PA / ARNP, in conjunction with the physician, offers comprehensive health assessments, physical examinations, vein treatments, and aesthetic care by demonstrating a high level of expert skill in the diagnosis, treatment and management of patients.
Experience performing sclerotherapy procedures highly preferred.
Additionally, this advanced practitioner will assess the patient needs while formulating and providing education, evaluating outcomes and coordinating follow-up.
This advanced practitioner assists with vascular and aesthetic patient care procedures and management in the clinic and inpatient settings and evaluates functional outcomes as they relate to vascular medicine and aesthetic procedures. A thorough understanding of the characteristics of vascular disorders and aesthetic procedures and the ability to handle any associated intricacies in order to enable a successful treatment outcome is required.
Flexibility with work schedule and the ability to travel to all of our centers is required.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Serves as a clinical expert, providing direct patient care including assessment, diagnosis, treatment and plan of care as they relate to vein disorders
- Assist in preoperative evaluation and education. Obtains a detailed, accurate medical history and performs a comprehensive physical examination on patients to assess readiness for vascular procedure
- Review diagnostic data, including pre-operative examinations and obtains pre-operative surgical consents
- Perform preoperative preparation of patients and reinforces information presented by the attending physician to the patient and/or family as necessary. Orders necessary diagnostic tests, consultations, and procedures as indicated or requested by the attending physician
- Evaluate the patient’s progress in achieving expected outcomes, barriers to successful outcomes and provides follow-up
- Assist the interventional radiologist in the performance of endovenous laser treatment or varices (ELAS), image-guided injection procedures and ambulatory phlebectomy
- Maintain supply of solutions and filled syringes, emergency drug box, and medical supplies
- Maintain accurate and complete charting including proficient electronic medical record documentation
- Prepare patients for discharge, including patient and family discharge teaching, and continuing care arrangements in conjunction with technical staff, writing discharge prescriptions and instructions, and confirming follow-up
- Dictate formal discharge summaries of patients for the attending physician's review and signature
- Respond to patient calls regarding medical conditions and emergencies
- Demonstrate self-directed and purposeful practices in seeking necessary knowledge and skills to develop and maintain competency within specialty range
- Provide the highest level of customer service to promote patient satisfaction
- Prescribe medications while adhering to RRC policies for medication administration as necessary
- Promote RRC Vascular program to referring physicians and community members and attend marketing and educational events
- Travel to other offices as necessary for patient evaluations and procedures
- Follow established policies and procedures including safety precautions. Report any safety or hazardous issues to on site supervisor
- Participate in educational classes, safety training, seminars, staff meetings and on-the-job training programs as required
- Maintain confidentiality of all information and records, including patient, employment and RRC proprietary information
- Contribute to and maintain good working rapport with all patients, personnel and physicians
- Market to referring physician’s offices, patients and other potential clients to develop the practice and vein program, as follows: distribute marketing brochures, promote growth of the practice and referral sources, represent RRC and the vein program to the community in a positive manner, act as liaison between RRC, the patient and referring physician to ensure open communication and problem solving objectives
- Maintain HIPAA rules and regulations as it applies to patient privacy
- Maintain clinical licenses
- Perform other related duties within the organization as necessary or as assigned by a radiologist, program director or designee
- Current valid licensing and credentialing as required by the State of Florida for PA or ARNP
- Qualified and certified in all basic and advanced cardiac life support standards as established by the American Heart Association
- Eligible for state and federally controlled substances registration
- Ability to multi-task and be detail oriented
- Experience with medical system software and office computer skills
- Experience with community relations and marketing
- Valid Florida’s Driver’s License, reliable transportation and ability to travel among offices
EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:
- Graduate of an accredited American Medical Association-approved Physician Assistant or ARNP training program.
- Two years of surgical with vascular experience desirable
- Knowledge and experience with aesthetic products and procedures
- Minimum of Bachelor's degree required
- Complete required annual Continuing Medical Education credits as required
- Experience and knowledge in vascular procedures and Sclerotherapy Is preferred
CONFIDENTIAL AND SENSITIVE INFORMATION:
- Must properly control the release of proprietary and confidential HIPAA information
- Knowledge and ability to understand and comply with all HIPAA and compliance requirements
- Ability to read and interpret documents, write routine reports and correspondence, and communicate effectively in one-on-one and group situations with patients, physicians, employees and other customers of the organization
- Professional interpersonal and organizational skills
- Command of the English language with bi-lingual skills helpful
- Ability to lift 30 pounds
- Ability to withstand exposure to latex medical products
- Ability to stand for long periods of time
- Must have a valid Florida Driver’s license and reliable transportation.
- Float coverage is needed for all Lee county centers.
Basic X-Ray Machine Tech / Front Desk Representative – Estero
Radiology Regional Center is seeking a Basic Machine Operator who possesses as Florida State BMO license to work in our Estero outpatient diagnostic imaging centers to provide excellent Radiography and Fluoroscopy imaging services and patient care in conjunction with handling efficient front desk responsibilities.
The candidate must be able to demonstrate proficiency in performing basic X-rays and fluoroscopic procedures and assist the Radiologists in the efficient flow of functions of the reading room. The ability and willingness to cross function to perform other functions in the center, including front desk functions, is required. The leading candidate will present Radiography qualifications, a willingness to be versatile and be dedicated to providing exceptional patient care.
- Must Possess a High School Diploma plus a current State of Florida license as a Basic X-Ray Machine Operator to practice medical radiography
- Must have completed the required hours of continuing education per certification to satisfy State of Florida requirements
- Possess knowledge and demonstrated ability regarding the principals and procedures of basic diagnostic radiology in compliance with Florida statutes and the operation and maintenance of routine radiologic equipment.
- Analytical skills to determine method of providing the requested radiography exams
- Understand the flow and functions of a radiology reading room and be able to assist the Radiologists with individual and batch reads
If you meet these professional requirements and are interested in joining a busy, growth oriented organization. Please send cover letter with salary requirements and resume to
or fax to (239)425-4650.
Medical Front Desk Representative – (1) PRN Float & (1) Part Time Cay West
(not full time positions and do not include benefits)
In all of Radiology Regional Center clinics, the first impression and point of guest service for our patients is the Front Desk Receptionist. It the responsibility of the front desk personnel to represent patience, understanding, knowledge and professionalism.
Under the clinical direction of a radiologist and general supervision of the Clerical Supervisor, Chief Technologists, and Managers, the front desk personnel perform those duties directly involving the various office procedures of an Outpatient Diagnostic Imaging facility. The services should be provided with attention to detail and with guest services being the primary objective.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Receive and follow directives and instructions from radiologists, clerical supervisor, chief technologists, and managers to properly perform the positions functions.
- Promptly answer telephones, record and deliver detailed messages to appropriate personnel as soon as received.
- Greet patients immediately and by name in accordance with the company’s Guest Services Program. Provide follow-up information to patients and visitors.
- Provide preparation information and instruction to patients
- Address all patients, staff and visitors in a friendly, courteous and professional manner.
- Assist patients to complete all required paperwork.
- Enter, verify, and update patient demographics in the computer system as required.
- Re-verify information upon each return patient visit.
- Obtain patient’s insurance information and photo ID upon each visit.
- Receive files, prepares and forwards radiology procedure routers, requests, and prescriptions according to company policies and procedures.
- Scan all required documents into PACS.
- Verify a prescription or verbal order is available prior to proceeding with the patient’s exam.
- Identify and collects patient co-pay, coinsurance, and deductible monies due at the time of service.
- Provide time pay agreements and/or receipts for every financial transaction.
- Initiates patient payment schedule agreements to resolve outstanding balances
- Secure all cash, check, credit card payments, and cash boxes nightly in the company safe in accordance with company policy
- Balance daily receipts of cash, check, and credit card payments, daily report form, and cash boxes.
- Forward monetary collections and receipts to corporate business office.
- Facilitate walk-in, physician referral and STAT patient needs.
- Assist with training new employees as needed.
- Handle stressful and emergency situations with a calm rational demeanor.
- Demonstrate the ability to set priorities and maintain a clean and organized work area.
- Manage company email account, navigate insurance web sites and company intranet as relevant to the position.
- Operate office equipment as necessary; including computer terminal, printer, telephone system, calculator, Medicaid/credit card machine, copy/fax machine and scanner.
- Maintain adequate office inventory and re-orders supplies as needed.
- Wear unobstructed name badge at all times while on duty.
- Adhere to and support company policies regarding dress code, smoking, meal and rest breaks.
- Channel concerns appropriately, deal with conflicts appropriately and privately.
- Assure that patient rights to fair and equitable treatment, self-determination, individuality, privacy and civil rights are maintained.
- Maintain confidentiality of all classified and sensitive information and records, including patient care information according to HIPAA guidelines.
- Follow established policies and procedure including safety and precaution.
- Report all unsafe/hazardous conditions, defective equipment, etc., to your supervisor, coordinator, chief technologist, or safety committee immediately.
- Attend and participate in in-service education classes, seminars, staff meetings, and on-the-job training programs as required.
- Perform other related duties within the job classification or organization as necessary or as assigned by your supervisor, coordinator, radiologist, or managers.
- Travel to other office locations for staffing coverage as needed.
- Identify and appropriately handle bio-hazardous waste according to safety standards.
FRONT DESK - SECONDARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Predetermine insurance coverage and Time of Service Collections as directed
- Clean and organize the front desk area
- Wipe down counters and electronic equipment
- Wash and/or fold Laundry
- Walk patients out when asked
- Walking patients back for the exam and getting them changed
- Clean and organize the lobby and hospitality room
- Stock hospitality refrigerator
- Check scripts for next day’s schedule
- Monitor film pick up bin for old films
- Assist patients with completing history sheets
- Call Reports to Referring Physician
- Put supplies away
- Burn patient imaging CD’s
- Interpersonal ability to deal effectively and courteously with patients who may be under physical and/or emotional stress, patients’ families, department staff, physicians, referral staff and others.
- Must be able to multi-task, prioritize work, and handle stressful situations
- Skills to interpret and communicate medical terminology and diagnostic imaging reports.
- Must be able to use web-based resources to determine patient financial responsibility.
EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:
- Must possess, as a minimum, a high school diploma or equivalent, with emphasis in commercial and/or office practice courses.
- A minimum of one-year practical clerical experience, preferable in the medical industry, is preferred. On-the-job training provided.
- Medical industry experience is preferred
- Must type a minimum of thirty-five 35 words per minute.
- Must have computer experience to include medical registration and Internet software applications.
- Knowledge of medical front desk, insurance authorizations and collections is preferred
- CPR for basic life support preferred
CONFIDENTIAL AND SENSITIVE INFORMATION:
- Must properly control the release of proprietary and confidential information in accordance with company policies and HIPAA requirements