Medical Imaging Jobs

medical imaging professionalNorth Kansas City Hospital offers medical imaging professionals a wide variety of career opportunities in an environment that utilizes the latest technology. Our extensive Radiology Department offers a full line of imaging modalities in inpatient and outpatient settings. On our main campus, we have six CT rooms, four 64-slice GE scanners, three MRI scanners, nine ultrasound units, five nuclear medicine suites, a PET/CT for cardiac and oncologic imaging, and eight diagnostic radiography rooms. Our campus is also staffed with an interventional radiology team that specializes in uterine fibroid embolization, radiofrequency ablation, vertebroplasty and more common-place interventions, such as PICC line and central line insertions.

At North Kansas City Hospital, we pride ourselves on providing medical imaging professionals career ladder opportunities as often as possible. When you work here, you’ll have the resources you need to advance. Through our Lead Technologist and Radiology Supervisor Mentorship Programs, team members can get the support and camaraderie they need to excel in their roles. We have also partnered with area colleges so that our staff has regular access to continuing education. These schools include Avila University, Fort Hays State University, Penn Valley Community College, The University of Missouri and Washburn University.

Career opportunities in medical imaging include:

  • Clerical Support
  • Department Manager
  • Lead Technologist
  • LPN
  • RN
  • Section Supervisor
  • Technologist
  • Transporter

Our state-of-the-art equipment is not the only thing that sets our Medical Imaging Department apart from those at other area hospitals. North Kansas City Hospital is currently converting to a new PACS that supports e-forms and a paperless workflow.

If you’re ready to work in a supportive environment with leading-edge technology, view our open medical imaging jobs today.

Find out what it’s like to be a part of our allied health team.

Radiology Clinical Instructor, Kelly

"Technology is ever-changing in the field of radiology. We’ve recently moved to digital radiography within the last year or two. It allows us to be more efficient with a lower radiation dose for the patient. We’ve come a long way from developing film in a dark room."

Radiology Clinical