Beebe Healthcare
July 11, 2024
Lewes, Delaware
Job Type



  • Hospital-Main Campus
  • Allied Health
  • Full-Time
  • 8 hour day shift with alternating weekends
  • 6984


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Job Description

Why Beebe?Become part of the Beebe team - an inclusive team positioned in a vibrant, coastal community. Enjoy a fulfilling career as you support the health of our patients and a team focused on excellence.



In addition to competitive compensation and wellness benefits (medical, dental, vision and prescription) Beebe Healthcare also offers:

  • Sign-on and Referral Bonuses for select positions
  • Tuition Assistance up to $5,000
  • Paid Time Off
  • Long Term Sick accrual
  • Employer Contribution Plan
  • Free Short and Long-Term Disability for Full Time employees
  • Zero copay for drugs on prescription plan for certain conditions
  • College Bound 529 Savings Plan
  • Life Insurance
  • Beebe Perks via Work Advantage
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Pet Insurance


Aide in the performance of diagnostic procedures in accordance with the established professional and departmental standards under the direct supervision of a registered, credentialed Nuclear Medicine Technologist.


Reviews consultation request, checking for special instructions from requesting physician and consults with the Radiologist as necessary. Completes all departmental processes for resulting and documentation of exams. Pleasantly greets patients, confirming their identification and introducing yourself. Completely explains examination procedure to the patient and their family if present. Demonstrates a complete working knowledge of all equipment located within the Nuclear Medicine department. Prepares, calibrates, documents accurately and administers radiopharmaceuticals for administration by injection, ingestion, and inhalation methods. Performs in vivo and in vitro diagnostic Nuclear Medicine procedures according to established protocols. Maintains a daily activities log. Ensures appropriate storage and ordering of supplies for the Nuclear Medicine area. Monitors and reports supplies in shortage and special order items. Performs visual preventive safety inspections and conducts daily quality assurance tests on all equipment. Identifies any problems and communicates to the immediate supervisor. Evaluates recorded images for technical quality. Demonstrates anatomy under investigation through proper positioning. Provides radiation protection to patients, staff and self according to prescribed safety standards and effectively operates radiation detection equipment. Recognizes emergency situations, initiates code procedures and administers first aid or CPR as needed. Assures access to care. Adds on exams whenever possible, coordinating efforts with other departments. Seeks alternatives when requested add on is not possible. Verifies correct order entry and supply charging.

Competencies Skills

* Clear Communication Skills Both Written And Verbal
* Able To Keep Confidential Information Regarding Patients, Team Members
* Able To Withstand Crisis Situations
* Has Skills To Provides Customer Service To Patients, Team Members And Visitors
* Knowledge And Experience With Electronic Health Records


* BLS - Basic Life Saving certification
* ARRT-N OR CNMT Nuclear Medicine Technology


* Associates Degree in related field

Other Information

Graduate of Allied Health Education and Accreditation (AMA) Nuclear Medicine Technology program or equivalent.

Must complete Point of Care testing training as part of General Orientation.



Salaries starting at

USD $33.12/Hr.

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