Interventional Radiographers provide technological support of the Interventional Radiology suite by performing a variety of Interventional/Neuro-Interventional procedures on patients of all ages. They review scout films and subtraction films for quality and completion and assist Radiologists with contrast media and pharmaceuticals. Interventional Radiographers operate radiographic equipment and controls to produce optimal diagnostic image quality. They also operate non-radiographic equipment, including EKG monitor, patient monitors, pulse oximeter, intra-arterial pressure monitor, oxygen and suction.
No two days look the same for an Interventional Radiographer. They may scrub in on a surgical case, dispense radiation, suture a laceration, operate ultrasound, assist anesthesia, and more! Interventional Radiographers do cutting edge procedures utilizing the latest state-of-the-art technology. The established management provides a supportive environment where the team can give feedback and improve the environment.
- Registered radiographer (ARRT-R) in good standing or registry eligible required. If not otherwise specified by the professional licensing body, the maximum allowable time to practice in a “registration pending” status is three months
- Active license in radiography from the Illinois Department of Nuclear Safety required
- Interventional Radiographer certification is not required. We train Radiologic Technologists for this role!
- Maintain CPR certification
- Two years’ experience in radiography and/or one year experience in interventional radiography, and/or two years’ experience in surgery or diagnostic fluoroscopy preferred
- Operational background and/or experience with microcomputers required
- Participation in on call rotation as determined by department
How to Apply
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