Radiologic Techs · Radiology Techs (Special Procedures)
MRI Techs · CT Techs · Ultrasound Techs · Lead Radiology Tech

HealthAlliance Hospital and Margaretville Hospital, members of the Westchester Medical Center Health Network (WMCHealth) have excellent full-time, part-time and per diem opportunities for radiology/imaging professionals.

Radiologic Techs (Kingston, NY)

Radiologic Technologists care for all acuity levels and will perform on average, 2,000 to 2,500 procedures a month.  This volume varies by scheduled outpatients, ER and OR cases involving trauma and inpatient studies including fluoroscopy. Working closely with the radiologists, RTs ensure proper scanning protocols are applied based on clinical presentation to ensure the best outcomes. All imaging modalities are accredited by the American College of Radiology.

Radiology Techs (Special Procedures) (Kingston, NY)

Radiology Techs - Special Procedures: We are looking for a radiology tech looking to expand their knowledge and grow with us as we expand our cardiac catheterization lab services. In this role, you will assist physicians in diagnosing cardiac, vascular and/or electro-physiological diseases by radiographic imaging of the patient's heart and/or vascular system during peripheral vascular, coronary arteriograms, cardiac catheterizations and/or electro-physiological studies. As a part of the patient care team, you will perform scrub procedures, monitor patient hemodynamics during procedures, assist in providing CPR during emergencies, and monitor radiation safety for physicians, patients, and staff.

MRI Techs (Kingston, NY)

MRI Techs in our American College of Radiology Accredited radiology department perform over 300 procedures a month on patients with various levels of acuity.  Our staff is highly trained and respected for their knowledge and for what and how they contribute to the patient’s diagnosis and care, working together toward common goals. This team understands the importance of communication and working as a team to get the best outcomes. 

CT Techs (Kingston, NY)

CT Techs average 1500 CAT scans a month on two scanners which are staffed 24/7. Caring for all levels of acuity, HealthAlliance Hospital is a designated stroke center so the CT staff plays a major role in the care and diagnosis of our stroke population. The campus has Philips 256 ICT and Spectral CT units, and we also have Philips ambient experience to help our patients have the most pleasant experience possible during their stay with us. 

Ultrasound Techs (Kingston, NY)

Ultrasound Techs average approximately 900 scans a month and cover the department with staff on-site 24/7. Our respected team of sonographers works with fellow sonographers including the chief technologist, ordering physicians and radiologists. They work independently as professionals respected for their level of training and knowledge and a chief technologist is there to support the day-to-day patient flow and any concerns that may arise.

Lead Radiology Tech (Margaretville, NY)

Margaretville Hospital, a critical access hospital and a member of the Westchester Medical Center Health Network (WMCHealth), has excellent opportunities for day/night lead rad techs to join its ACR & DNV accredited team.  In 2024 we will be replacing both the CT unit and the rad room with brand-new state-of-the-art equipment. 

The new HealthAlliance Hospital includes:

  • A new, two-story, 79,000-square-foot building adjoining the current facility, along with the full renovation of 48,000 square feet of space within the existing hospital.
  • A newly constructed 25,000-square-foot emergency care center, with expanded capacity, will offer an “exceptional level of readiness to care for a full range of emergency visits,” the hospital said.
  • A new intensive care unit for coordinated care of the hospital’s sickest patients.
  • Refreshed private rooms and a new caregiver center.
  • A new family maternity center with labor, delivery, recovery, and postpartum rooms.
  • New laboratory and pharmacy.
  • A new hospital lobby with central registration and admitting, financial counseling, family support services, a gift shop and waiting areas.

The second phase of the Ulster County Healthcare Advancement Plan is expected to turn HealthAlliance Hospital on Broadway, formerly Kingston Hospital, into a walkable health village. The completion of the health village is set for 2025.

Margaretville Hospital, in Margaretville, NY, is home to Delaware County’s most advanced critical-care access hospital. This 15-bed facility cares for more than 240 inpatients annually while performing 14,000 outpatient procedures each year. Margaretville Hospital was named one of the top 100 critical-access hospitals in the nation by the National Rural Health Association. It provides emergency care, ambulatory care services, laboratory testing, medical imaging, physical and occupational therapy, swing-bed rehabilitation programs, respite care, and board-certified specialist and wellness education.

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