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Radiology Jobs at Johns Hopkins Medicine can include:
Chief Imaging Technologist – Team members in these radiology jobs are responsible for organizing, managing and directing all technical and staff activities of the radiology division.
CT Technologist – Team members in these radiology jobs are responsible for successful scanning and assistance of procedures on patients who are extremely ill or injured.
MRI Technologist – Team members in these radiology jobs perform diagnostic magnetic resonance imaging of organs, organ systems and blood flow studies. He/She provides radiologists with images necessary to obtain diagnostic results so that a comprehensive diagnostic report is available to referring physician.
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Registered Nurse - RN 1 - Medical Acute Care / Telemetry Unit
The Johns Hopkins Hospital's Nelson 3 is a 23-bed medical unit with 12 telemetry beds. On the unit you will provide care for a variety …
RN 2 - Cardiovascular SICU
The Johns Hopkins Hospital - Cardiovascular Surgical ICU (CVSICU) Zayed 5 East is a 18 bed adolescent/adult surgical intensive care unit. Patient population served: critically …
Registered Nurse 1- CVSICU
Cardiovascular Surgical ICU (CVSICU) Zayed 5 East is a 18 bed adolescent/adult surgical intensive care unit. Patient population served: critically ill patients that have undergone …