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This is a great place to learn radiographic procedures, providing a larger variety of exams, including trauma, outpatient, inpatient, surgery, and portable rotations. Staff members care a great deal for getting the job done in a manner that is going to be efficient and diagnostic, while simultaneously caring for the patient's well-being. Staff also shows an enthusiastic concern for the success of the student radiographer's learning process, which cannot be said for all Radiologic Technologists. They remember what it was like being a student radiographer and respect the process.
The only downside of working as a student radiographer here was the lack of 5 view C-spine, 5 view L-spine, and barium enema exams; this however is out of the hands of the radiography department and completely in the hands of the referring physicians.
Advice to Management
Management needs no advice, for she knows what she is doing and does it well.
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Harris Methodist Fort Worth Hospital is the largest and busiest hospital in Fort Worth. It is a private, not-for-profit, 700-bed tertiary care hospital serving the residents of Tarrant County and nearby communities in Texas. More than 800 physicians provide both in-patient and out-patient care. Specialized services include cardiovascular care, emergency medicine, kidney transplants, occupational health, trauma care, and rehabilitation, . Its Harris Methodist Heart Center has about 100 beds. The hospital, which opened its doors in 1930, is the flagship facility of the Texas ...