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The Royal Cornwall Hospital NHS Trust (RCHT) is the main acute healthcare provider for the population of Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly, providing a full range of services accessed by more than 600,000 people a year. The Clinical Imaging service is county wide, offering patient’s high quality diagnostics in their local hospital or at the Royal Cornwall Hospital, St Michaels Hospital and West Cornwall Hospital.
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We are currently seeking an enthusiastic and dynamic individual to join our team as a Clinical Imaging Support Worker within Clinical Imaging at Royal Cornwall Hospital. The successful applicant will be responsible for supporting the Cross Section Imaging team in delivering high standards of care for patients in CT
The ideal candidate will be able to work flexibly, which will include working long days and weekends, and be fully rotational within all areas of Cross sectional imaging. You will be given opportunities to develop the skills required for this interesting and varied role.
Previous experience of working within Clinical Imaging is also desirable, although not essential. NVQ level 3 is required for this role
For further details / informal visits contact:
Elizabeth van Lingen, CT Team Lead on [Click here to apply]
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