Indiana University Health

Nuclear Medicine Technologist IU Health Bloomington Hospital

IU Health Bloomington Hospital

Job Location

IU Health Bloomington Hospital
601 West 2nd St


Nuclear Medicine

Date Posted

June 29, 2020

Schedule & Shift

  • Days
  • Part Time

Requisition Number

Performs diagnostic procedures involving the use of radioactive drugs to perform body function studies, organ imaging, and analyze biologic specimen, in a timely fashion, while demonstrating the appropriate knowledge and skills necessary to work with patients from pediatric through geriatric. Follows physician's instructions, prepares and operates equipment and positions patients correctly in order to record the requested diagnostic images. Treats patients with care and respect.

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Qualifications for the Nuclear Medicine Technologist Role

  • Basic Life Support certification required.
  • Must hold American Registry of Radiology Technology (ARRT) Nuclear Medicine (NM) or Certifed Nuclear Medicine Technologist (CNMT) through the Nuclear Medicine Technology Certification Board (NMTCB).
  • As a Nuclear Medicine Technologist, if you are required to perform SPECT/CT or PET/CT you will be required to obtain CT certification within 12 months of hire through ARRT or NMTCB.
  • Nuclear Medical Technologist License from Indiana State Department of Health.
  • Requires ability to maneuver equipment and improvise positions when the condition of the patient does not permit routine positioning.
  • License from Indiana State Department of Health.
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