Radiologic Technolgist- PRN

Shift: Variable
Schedule: PRN Relief

The University of Kansas Health System St. Francis Campus is proud to be a part of a long legacy of high-quality, compassionate care. St. Francis Hospital began serving its community in 1909 when it was founded by the Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth. Today, St. Francis Campus is jointly owned by The University of Kansas Health System and Ardent Health Services. It is comprised of an acute care hospital with 378 licensed inpatient beds, 14 primary and specialty care clinic locations, and more than 1,500 dedicated staff continuing a legacy of compassionate care and service to patients. We have the regions most advanced MRI technology and were first to use surgical robotics, and our employees are our greatest asset. The mantra Together Strong developed during our transitional period and continues with renewed energy.  Our culture consist of emotional intelligence, professional respect and high engagement; this has resulted in low turnover and climbing patient satisfaction scores.

The diagnostic radiology technologist will support patient care in the areas of radiology/lab in the clincis by performing quality radiology procedures, venipunctures, specimen collection and receiving, patient and client registrations, checks test compliance and orders laboratory test while consistently maintaining focus on customer service and safety. This position will support Clinic Radiology/Laboratory Departments and will report to the Clinic Radiology Supervisor.

  • 2 year degree or may substitute degree for graduation from an accredited school of Radiologic Technology.
  • Licensed by the Kansas Board of Healing Arts as a Radiologic Technologist. Registered by the ARRT within 1 yr of graduation or employment.  Must obtain CPR/BLS certification within 90 days of hire date.
  • Interpersonal and communication skills, ability to learn to perform direct patient care, basic nursing procedures. Ability to interpret and communicate data relevant to patients' needs and responses to care.