For 80 years, Radiology Associates has proudly served the patient community of the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. Our team of dedicated physicians, administration and support staff are dedicated to providing our the highest level of quality and service to our patients and imaging partner.

Radiology Associates was named one of the “Best Companies to Work for in Fort Worth” in 2016. In addition to an excellent work culture, we offer a full benefits package and competitive salary.

Benefits:

  • Health Insurance (HDHP), life and Long term disability – paid for by employer
  • HSA with Generous Company contribution
  • PTO Time + 7 Holidays
  • 401K/Roth plan (with company match)
  • Cafeteria Plan – Pre-tax dollars plan
  • Voluntary Dental, Life and Vision
  • Tuition Assistance

The positions listed below represent current vacancies within our organization. If you feel you are a match for one of these positions and are interested in joining our team, please fax your resume to 817.321.0321, or e-mail it to us at humanresources@radntx.com.

Open Positions

Director of Operations – Independent Radiology Network

Job Description: We continue to grow our business while supporting the Private Practice of Radiology through direct affiliation with other groups across Texas. The Director of Operations for the Independent Radiology Network (IRN) will be responsible for building and maintaining key relationships with radiology groups throughout Texas.  This role will include demonstrating to small and mid sized groups the advantages of independent radiology and how an affiliation with RANT will allow them to improve the level of service they are able to provide to their covered facilities.

Location: Fort Worth, TX – Medical District

Schedule: Full-Time

Job responsibilities:

  • Develop strategic growth plan for IRN
  • Build and maintain a database of target radiology practices in Texas
  • Build and maintain relationships with target radiology practices in Texas
  • Manage relationship of practices from first contact through the IRN affiliation process
  • Work with RANT executive team to refine and market the value proposition of the IR
  • Oversee the creation of branding and presentation materials for IRN
  • Work closely with Chief Medical Officer to facilitate growth of the IRN
  • Create and present practice evaluation to target affiliation groups
  • Manage due diligence workflow within agreed timeframes
  • Assist in the development and updating of IRN contract documents for use with affiliate practices
  • Coordinate the onboarding of affiliate practices with RANT departments
  • Assure affiliate practices cashflow targets are reached during ramp up

Qualifications:

  • 5+ years of healthcare experience preferred
  • Bachelor’s degree in business administration or related field
  • Self-motivated, quick and assertive
  • Detail oriented and organized
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Excellent time management and problem-solving skills
  • Ability to travel throughout Texas (20% travel expected)
  • Ability to understand and communicate general business revenue cycle concepts

Medical Scheduler

Job Description: Responsible for scheduling Interventional Radiology procedures, and supporting the physicians, nurses and patients of the IR department in a hospital setting.

Location: Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas (Dallas, TX)

Schedule: Full-Time

Job responsibilities:

  • Schedule patients for Radiology procedures
  • Contact patients, Doctor’s office, insurance company, Third Party Administrator demographics, in order to have complete, accurate, compliant patient records.
  • Verify insurance coverage, as well as obtain a pre-authorization numbers for the procedure, when applicable.
  • Scheduling in EMR system, coding, paperwork/chart.
  • Ensure that areas/resources of hospital are available at time of service, without conflicts.
  • Obtain prior imaging studies and pertinent patient information prior to scheduling the procedure.
  • Coordinate with referring Physician’s office or patient to ensure they are instructed to stop appropriate medications and ensure clearance is obtained.
  • Ensure patient has received specific prep instructions, along with time of procedure, what to expect the day of the procedure, and where to check in.
  • Arrange admission to the hospital and enter information into the hospital information system.
  • Comply with hospital regulations regarding patients and scheduling.
  • Communicate with physicians and nurses to keep updated of necessary changes.

Qualifications:

  • LVN or RN
  • 1-3 years related medical office or clinical assistant experience in a high volume environment, or equivalent combination of education and medical office experience.
  • CPT and ICD-10 knowledge preferred.
  • Ability to manage multiple priorities and function as a team player.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.

LVN/RN Radiology Scheduler

Job Description: Responsible for scheduling Interventional Radiology procedures, and supporting the physicians, nurses and patients of the IR department in a hospital setting.

Location: Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas (Dallas, TX)

Schedule: Full Time

Job responsibilities:

  • Contact patients, Doctor’s office, insurance company, Third Party Administrator demographics, in order to have complete, accurate, compliant patient records.
  • Verify insurance coverage, as well as obtain a pre-authorization numbers for the procedure, when applicable.
  • Scheduling in EMR system, coding, paperwork/chart.
  • Ensure that areas/resources of hospital are available at time of service, without conflicts.
  • Obtain prior imaging studies and pertinent patient information prior to scheduling the procedure.
  • Coordinate with referring Physician’s office or patient to ensure they are instructed to stop appropriate medications and ensure clearance is obtained.
  • Ensure patient has received specific prep instructions, along with time of procedure, what to expect the day of the procedure, and where to check in.
  • Arrange admission to the hospital and enter information into the hospital information system.
  • Comply with hospital regulations regarding patients and scheduling.
  • Communicate with physicians and nurses to keep updated of necessary changes.

Qualifications:

  • LVN or RN
  • 1-3 years related medical office or clinical assistant experience in a high volume environment, or equivalent combination of education and medical office experience.
  • CPT and ICD-10 knowledge preferred.
  • Ability to manage multiple priorities and function as a team player.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.

Network Engineer

Job Description: The Network Engineer is responsible for managing the design, implementation, administration, security and support of the network environments across the company’s enterprise. Key technologies include firewall, VPN, WAN/LAN, network infrastructure, routers, switches and telecommunications.

Location: Fort Worth, TX – Medical District

Schedule: Full Time

Job responsibilities:

  • Installation, configuration and maintenance of network hardware/software.
  • Administration of network and telecommunication systems within ITIL best practices for Change Management.
  • Develop and maintain a comprehensive library of documentation for network and telecommunication system architecture, administrative processes, and procedures.
  • Coordination with vendors (including co-location data center) for system/hardware implementation, maintenance, and repair.
  • Monitoring and analysis of network and server performance.
  • Implementation, monitoring and support of network security solutions.
  • Proactively identify and provide solutions for security vulnerabilities.
  • Capacity planning and network storage.
  • Development and testing of disaster recovery plans and procedures.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or related field.
  • At least 5 years of network administration.
  • Strong knowledge of advanced network and server concepts (e.g., VLANs, virtualization, SANS, etc) core network functions (e.g., DHCP, DNS, TCP/IP Routing) and hardware (e.g. routers, switches, wireless device configuration, etc.). Strong working knowledge of network security.
  • Ability to work within a team-based environment.
  • Exceptional interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills.
  • Proven planning and organizational skills.
  • Exceptional analytical, conceptual and problem-solving abilities.

Radiologists

 Radiology Associates of North Texas is a physician owned practice of over 180 Board Certified radiologists that has served Texas since 1937. For the past 6 consecutive years, our practice has been named the “Largest Private Radiology Practice in the Nation,” according to a survey by the Radiology Business Journal. Our physicians provide professional coverage for 27 DFW imaging centers, 33 DFW hospital locations and more than 80 other imaging entities throughout the state of Texas. In all, the practice interprets over 3,000,000 exams each year.

If you are interested in joining the physician team at Radiology Associates, please e-mail your CV to our physician recruiting department at radjobs@radntx.com