Imaging Services Information Support
Hours: 8-4:30 pm
Proof of Bachelor's Degree in related field or equivalent
1-2 years related experience
PC skills including Microsoft Office required.
Bronson Healthcare serves patients and families throughout southwest and south central Michigan. We offer a full range of services from primary care to advanced critical care at more than 60 locations. Locally owned and governed, we are the region's leading healthcare system and one of the area's largest employers. Our physicians and staff are nationally recognized for many exceptional achievements in quality, safety and service.
We believe Bronson patients deserve the best possible care and we are always working to achieve it. So whether you enjoy working with patients, or supporting those who do, an exciting career is waiting here for you.
Primarily supports Imaging Services throughout the system. Supports Imaging Services through implementation, testing, maintenance, training, and troubleshooting imaging equipment, PowerScribe 360, MRS, Vitrea, EPIC Radiant, and McKesson PACS.
Experience equivalent to that ordinarily acquired through a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science, Management Information Systems, Health Information Systems and approximately one year of experience. Advanced knowledge of PC programs and excellent working knowledge of all administrative functions for the electronic patient record systems required. Competent in the use of a Dictaphone. Teaching experience desired. Advanced skills in communication and computer instruction. A register technologist is recommended.
Mental & Visual Fatigue: Work which produces very high levels of mental/visual fatigue, e.g. CRT work between 70 and 90 percent of the time, and work involving extremely close tolerances and considerable hand/eye coordination for sustained periods of time.
Physical Effort: Involves considerable standing or walking, regular lifting of light-weight objects (i.e., 20 pounds or less) and assisting with heavier tasks such as, assisting in lifting and moving patients. Minor straining or fatiguing positions must be assumed, and some fatiguing physical motions are required.