The Director of Imaging/CTC is entrusted with the task to oversee daily operations of the radiology division and CTC, ensure employee efficiency, and provide the leadership qualities that express enthusiasm and vitality in healing through the imaging arts and sacred task of helping patients to improve their health and quality of life. The Director must be a professional leader with expertise, knowledge and communicative skills.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Provides leadership in a professional and technical level pursuant to San Juan Regional’s Core Values, Safety Tools and Service Standards; and ensures department employees adhere to them
Oversees budgetary process for Imaging division and CTC (Capital/Operating)
Ensures adequate staffing coverage in the Imaging division and CTC
Updates and maintains policies and procedures, guidelines and protocols for the Imaging division and CTC
Participates in selection of equipment and employees for Imaging division and CTC
Addresses disciplinary and counseling issues with employees as needed
Investigates and resolves incidents/complaints from patients, visitors, physicians or fellow employees.
Ensures that the Imaging division and CTC meets state, federal and other regulatory agency requirements and keeps all requirements satisfactory
Works with hospital administration to ensure the quality of care in the departments are achieved
Understand the usage of all radiology systems i.e. digital radiology, CT, MRI, mammography, etc..
Understand the transfer and viewing of images through the P.A.C.S. system
Understand the ordering system through the R.I.S. (Radiology Information System)
Assist with various program requirements (ACoS, Cancer Committee, Tumor Registry, accreditation, licensure, state requirements) pertinent to comprehensive cancer care (Radiation Oncology, Medical Oncology, Hematology)
Oversees special programs and services (Outreach: prevention; network channels with referring physicians, providers, payers – indigent care, community services and American Cancer Society)
Maintain effective working relationships with Oncologists and radiologists to facilitate program growth, strategic planning and implementation
Adheres to hospital dress code and enforces within the department
Maintains confidentiality of all Hospital matters i.e.: patients HIPAA
Practices professional communication skills with employees and patients
Assumes responsibility for own personal continuing education and developmental needs. Attends meetings, workshops and conventions to increase clinical skills.
Maintains “Employee education training record”.
Maintains current CPR certification.
Each employee is responsible for implementing SJRMC’s Service Standards into their daily work.
Safety * Courtesy * Effectiveness * Stewardship
Other duties as assigned
Physical Demands and Environmental Work Conditions:
Exposure to radiation hazards through radiology procedures, radiation
Exposure to body fluids through direct contact, IV procedures, infection and/or contagious diseases
Required lifting, moving, pushing, pulling, prolonged standing, repetitive motions such as wrist/hand movements (typing, writing),
Provide multiple and directional guidance during procedures to patients with caring and compassion
Interaction with potential verbally abusive patients
Long periods of time sitting at a computer or attending meetings
As you go about fulfilling this mission, your work habits and work relationships should embody SJRMC's values. These values are our culture, our identity as an organization. Sacred Trust, Personal Reverence, Thoughtful Anticipation, Team Accountability and Creative Vitality ask more of us than merely completing some list of tasks. Our values ask for a deeper level of commitment, and what is asked of us we freely give because we believe in our mission.
Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent of 5 years leadership-supervisory experience in Healthcare setting
Completion of a formal Radiologic Technology Program
ARRT (American Registry of Radiologic Technologists) Registered or Registry Eligible
NM State Certification for Radiologic Technology
NM State license in Radiation Therapy
Fluent in English
About San Juan Regional Medical Center
Located in the beautiful San Juan River Valley in northwest New Mexico, San Juan Regional Medical Center is a 194 bed, level III trauma center including state-of-the-art operating suites and 72 private patient rooms with fresh air balconies. As a non-profit, community owned hospital, San Juan Regional Medical Center serves the Four Corners area of New Mexico, Arizona, Colorado, and Utah. The SJRMC network includes an 18 bed rehabilitation hospital, San Juan Health Partners specialty clinics, heart center, outpatient rehabilitation care , outpatient diagnostic services, wound treatment center, AirCare emergency service, a free standing cancer center, San Juan Regional Spine Center, and San Juan Regional Heart Center. We have expanded our clinics to provide services in Aztec, Cortez, and Bayfield.