Texas Health

Radiology Technologist, FT, Monday-Thursday, 9:00am-7:30pm

Job ID
Regular Full-Time
Regular Work Hours
Monday-Thursday, 9:00am-7:30pm


Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Rockwall, recognized with the Gold Seal of Approval by the Joint Commission Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations, is the first full-service community hospital in Rockwall. THPHR offers 61 inpatient beds for acute medical and surgical needs, advanced medical technology and comprehensive services focused on quality patient care and safety close to home. Texas Health Rockwall is proud to be recognized as one of “Modern Healthcare’s Best Places to Work in Healthcare”.


Currently seeking a Radiologic Technologist to work in our Radiology Department in Rockwall, Texas, who will provide service excellence and support the hospital's mission, vision and values through appropriate conduct and demeanor at all times.  


At the administrative direction of the Radiology Director and the clinical direction of the Radiologist, independently performs majority of exams with minimal supervision done within the section of Radiology.  Assists Radiologist in fluoroscopic procedures ie: Barium Enemas, UGIs, myelograms and arthrograms.


Requires knowledge of Federal and State regulatory agency standards related to health care organizations.  Cognitive and technical knowledge and ability to progressively manage care delivery across the continuum of care.  The ability to retrieve, communicate and present data and information both verbally and in writing required as in the ability to express or exchange ideas by means of the spoken and written word.  Must be flexible with work schedule.

- High School or GED required

- Associates Degree preferred

- Current TX license required

- Current ARRT certification required

- American Heart Association BLS/CPR certification required

- Radiology tech experience,  1 year experience strongly preferred

- New graduates may be considered





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