Sample Nuclear Medicine Technologist Resume

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Timothy Freeney
4790 Calumet Ave, Apt#7
New York, NY 10040
(123)-456-7000
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Summary
A medical practitioner and expert who is completely involved with nuclear medicine practices, principles, diagnosis of patients and equipment operations; has worked closely in collaboration with the neurosurgeons in caring for his patients; provides comprehensive evaluation and treatment services for all patients; aims at promoting optimal wellness, shares a sense of duty and enthusiasm towards our goal to keep a professional atmosphere; has a strong dedication to research and training, provides post-graduate and continuous medical education for the future technologists and other health care professionals; is trained to react calmly and effectively in emergency situations and complies strictly to quality, safety, and infection control standards.

Professional Experience:

Chief Nuclear Medicine TechnologistJanuary 2007 – Present
ST Therese General Hospital, New York
Responsibilities:

  • Coordinated with the medical scientists in the evaluation of nuclear programs and development of new techniques and procedures.
  • Evaluated the performance of the medical staff to ensure all are complying with the hospital standards.
  • Identified training and knowledge needs of the staff in performing their duties and obligations.
  • Coordinated with researchers in research projects and established developments in policies.
  • Monitored the daily schedules of staff and ensured all regulations and policies are followed accordingly.

Senior Nuclear Medicine TechnologistMay 2004 – December 2006
ST Therese General Hospital, New York
Responsibilities:

  • Implemented programs to design education and training of nuclear medical staff.
  • Organized documentation of quality control and assessed performance of every staff member.
  • Monitored inventory of supplies and materials to ensure availability at all times.
  • Conducted research and analysis of conditions of patients suffering from radioactive exposures.
  • Coordinated with colleagues and other professionals on the activities and services in nuclear medical science in order to be updated with regards new technologies and information.

Nuclear Medicine TechnologistMarch 1999 – May 2004
ST Therese General Hospital, New York
Responsibilities:

  • Coordinated with the medical scientists in the evaluation of nuclear programs and development of new techniques and procedures.
  • Evaluated the performance of the medical staff to ensure all are complying with the hospital standards.
  • Identified training and knowledge needs of the staff in performing their duties and obligations.
  • Coordinated with researchers in research projects and established developments in policies.
  • Monitored the daily schedules of staff and ensured all regulations and policies are followed accordingly.

Senior Nuclear Medicine TechnologistMay 2004 – December 2006
ST Therese General Hospital, New York

Education
Masters Degree in Nuclear Medicine
University of Arizona, 1999
Bachelor of Science in Nuclear Medicine
University of Arizona, 1996

Skills/Certifications:

  • Strong leadership and teamwork attributes
  • Excellent time management skills
  • Proficient in computer skills
  • Knowledge in nuclear physics
  • Ability in assessing the safety regulation of the nuclear plant

Associations/Organizations
American Registry of Radiologic Technologists, Secretary
American Society of Radiology, Member

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