At Ardor Health, we help the best medical technicians find their next job around the country. We partner with clinics, hospitals, and other healthcare businesses so you can find the job that is the best fit for you. Whether you are starting your new career or are looking for the next position to hone your skills, we can help you find what you need.
Medical technicians do not see patients as often as a nurse, but they are a vital part of running a hospital. The medical technician carries out important tasks like recording lab work, collecting samples, and analyzing those samples through diagnostic equipment. Healthcare employers value a skilled medical technician who can calm a patient’s fears about having their blood drawn for testing. Better quality samples lead to more accurate results and diagnosis. With the projected job growth rising up by 16% until 2024, it’s a good time to get your foot in the door within this career.
A medical technician can choose from one of several areas of medicine. Which niche you fulfill depends on your specialties. Dialysis technicians focus on operating dialysis equipment to help patients understand their kidney failure. Radiology technicians use x-rays, CAT scans, MRIs, and ultrasounds to help doctors make an accurate diagnosis. Cardiovascular technicians are more hands-on, performing sonograms and echocardiograms directly to hearts. In addition, surgical technicians are often the most directly involved with patients, working close with the surgical team to prepare for the surgery and attending to patient care after the procedure. With more specialized training, technicians who continue their studies can work up to analyzing cancer cells within skin samples or operating vascular ultrasound technology.
At Ardor Health, we match medical technicians with jobs that suite their preferences, with opportunities all over the country. We assist both traveling and permanent workers find an employer in a wide variety of settings like hospitals, diagnostic labs, and donation facilities. If you want to avoid the rush of traditional hospital work, some technicians elect to work in a home environment where they can travel to home-bound patients. Some professionals prefer to work in a tightly organized team, while others want space to focus on their tasks. Your skills are not restricted to general hospitals. The pharmaceutical, dental, and veterinary fields all have need for technicians. Knowing what you want from your career and communicating it with us will help with finding your next residency. View our list of available medical technician positions today or contact us at (866) 425-5768.