|Years: 2018 to Present
||Title: Clinical Radiation Science Educator
||Department: Clinical Radiation Safety Office
||Responsibilities: To coordinate, operate, develop and administer assigned functions of the Imaging Safety and Compliance Program which includes: clinical radiation safety program, ACR Accreditation, and imaging regulatory compliance. Assist in the education, monitoring, evaluation and controlling radiological and non-radiological imaging health and safety initiatives in clinical practice settings which requires specialized knowledge of Federal and Virginia state laws, regulations, imaging safety, and radiation safety principles. Educates users of ionizing radiation producing equipment and non-ionizing radiation producing equipment. Organizes, delivers and/or coordinates lecture presentations electronically, in person and/or lab-style demonstrations to faculty and staff. Performs "student" observations, evaluations and skill testing.
|Years: 2016 to 2018
||Employer: VCU Health
||Title: Peds CT Tech Clin IV
||Responsibilities: Serve as a role model for accountability to other technologist in the department and provide leadership in the absence of the manager. Performed job activities independently and was a resource to the team. Worked closely with Pediatric Radiologist in identifying the need and creating new scanning protocols for new ways of identifying pathologies in infants and toddlers.
|Years: 2014 to 2016
||Employer: VCU Health Systems
||Title: CT Supervisor
||Responsibilities: Responsible and accountable for the daily clinical operation of the CT Department by ensuring the highest level of operational excellence while practicing safety, efficient, high quality and cost effective care. To ensure that all procedures are performed by qualified and competent staff that are of the highest quality achievable and follow the radiation safety principles of ALARA, and ACR Guidelines for imaging practices. Involved with policy creation and implementation. Work closely with PEDS Radiologist to create and implement Pediatric Protocols throughout the VCU Health System. Involved with protocol development with Radimetrics Platform.
|Years: 2011 to 2014
||Employer: Bon Secours Saint Mary’s Hospital
||Title: Lead CT Technologist
||Responsibilities: Responsible and accountable for the daily clinical operation of the CT Department by ensuring the highest level of operational excellence while practicing safety, efficient, high quality and cost effective care. To ensure that all procedures are performed by qualified and competent staff that are of the highest quality achievable and follow the radiation safety principles of ALARA, and ACR Guidelines for imaging practices.
|Years: 2010 to 2011
||Employer: Bon Secours St. Mary’s Hospital School of Medical Imaging
||Title: Clinical Coordinator
||Responsibilities: Overseeing the clinical education and rotation components of the School of Medical Imaging. Formulating the student clinical rotation schedule and scheduling clinical rotations to correlate with didactic instruction. Collaborating with the program director on devising and implementing strategies for the monitoring and evaluation of student performance in the clinical setting. Evaluating effectiveness and equity of all clinical rotations, and assuring appropriate supervision levels in the clinic. Serving as program liaison, resource, and mentor for each clinical site and for site instructors. Proficient in curriculum development, supervision, instruction, evaluation, counseling and delivering classroom instruction of various radiography courses.
|Years: 2003 to 2010
||Employer: HCA – HDH Parham campus/ CJW Medical Center
||Title: Staff CT Technologist/ Radiologic Technologist
||Responsibilities: Perform CT scans following department protocols for out-patient, in-patient, and ER patient settings. Participated in training others as well as expanding my continuing education. Showing shift flexibility including holiday and weekend call. Improved my skills by learning and efficiently performing CT Angiography/Cardiac CTA.
|Years: 2002 to 2003
||Employer: 121 General Hospital
||Title: CT Supervisor
||Responsibilities: Executed and established policies and standards on the performance and training of 10 personnel. Responsible for establishing new standard CT operating procedures throughout the Republic of Korea. Ensured the administrative, operational, and functional activities of CT were met. Ensured regulatory compliance regarding policies and standards. Assisted with JCAHO preparation. Improved CT schedule backlog, reducing from 31 to 0 days in a 2-month period. Developed new S.O.P. for 42 detailed CT procedures dramatically increasing patient’s safety and care. Conducted inspections to ensure soldiers were confident in their ability to support the Radiology Mission. Conducted training for the hospital and 168th Medical Battalion Soldiers on CT imaging. Maintained the CT imaging equipment and its facility maintenance program in a high state of repair. Facilitated transition phase for a new CT Department.
|Years: 2000 to 2002
||Employer: Winn Army Community Hospital
||Title: CT Supervisor
||Responsibilities: Executed an established policies and standards on the performance and training of 14 personnel. Provided administrative and managerial guidance to the CT Department. Responsible for establishing a standard operating procedure for all CT personnel, both civilian and military. Prepared CT Department for JCAHO survey led to a zero finding. Conducted inspections to ensure soldiers were confident in their ability to support the Radiology mission. Maintained the CT imaging equipment and its facility maintenance program in a high state of repair.
|Years: 1993 to 1999
||Employer: DuBois Regional Medical Center
||Title: Staff X-Ray Technician
||Responsibilities: Performed radiographs to maintain a high degree of accuracy in positioning and exposure technique. Possessed and maintained knowledge of radiation protection and safety for both patients and co-workers.