Nuclear Medicine Technologist (Full-time), Radiology-Nuclear Medicine job vacancy in D-H Medical Center – Jobs in New Hampshire

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Job Details
Company Name : D-H Medical Center
Company Location : Lebanon, NH 03756
Job Position : Nuclear Medicine Technologist (Full-time), Radiology-Nuclear Medicine
Job Category : Jobs in New Hampshire

Job Description :


Sign-On/Retention incentives: up to $7500*
DHMC Nuclear Medicine Technologists perform a wide range of scans utilizing diagnostic radiotracers to image the body both anatomically and functionally. We currently operate three SPECT/CT scanners on which we perform a wide array of scans ranging from gastric emptying studies all the way to advanced cardiac imaging. We utilize our PET/CT scanner to perform an array of oncology exams including standard FDG, Neuroendocrine Detectnet and prostate Illuccix studies.
In addition to the diagnostic wing of our department we also have a thriving therapeutic side. We currently offer Lutathera and Pluvicto therapies and foresee a sizeable increase in this field moving forward.
The Nuclear Medicine Technologist performs diagnostic studies utilizing radiopharmaceuticals and imaging. They prepare radiopharmaceuticals for administration to patient.
This is a full-time, 40-hour per week benefitted position.
For our full-time positions (30 hours or more) we are offering a $7500 sign-on/retention bonus. The bonus is for external hires only, and certain conditions apply.


  • Prepares radiopharmaceuticals following department manual guidelines.
  • Performs diagnostic studies. Reviews medical record for pertinent information and EKG for stability. Checks for appropriate test requisition. Transfers patients to treatment rooms; explains procedure. Interacts with physician to adjust diagnostic studies program/plan. Position patient according to protocol. Administers intravenous or venous line injections of radiopharmaceuticals as authorized by physician. Recognizes and responds to hypersensitivity or allergic reactions; be prepared to administer C.P.R. Selects proper technique/protocol to obtain best data. Operates and manipulates gamma camera to produce and process images. Develops films or send to PACS.
  • Evaluates data to determine if more data is needed. Operates computer to produce clinical data. Manipulates raw data. Reviews studies for correct positioning and overall quality. Makes necessary notation and completes hard copy. Selects pertinent data to forward to physician.
  • Performs quality control procedures to ensure Federal and departmental standards/requirements are met.
  • Organizes daily work schedule to set inpatient procedure schedules and responds to emergencies as they occur.
  • Inventories drug count daily.
  • Performs daily calibration check on equipment. Logs problems and usage; alerts supervisor, as appropriate. Orders and maintains supplies.
  • Provides for patient care; comfort, safety and patient confidentiality.
  • Performs other duties as required or assigned.


  • Graduate of A.M.A. approved school of Nuclear Medicine, registered with the A.R.R.T. or N.M.T.C.B with one year of experience required.

  • Area of Interest:
    Allied Health;
  • FTE/Hours per pay period: 1.00 – 1.00 – 40 hrs/week;
  • Shift: Day;
  • Job ID: 12341;


One Year

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