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MSK Commack, is a freestanding outpatient facility, located in Commack NY. This site allows us to offer the most advanced cancer care services closer to home for patients residing in New York’s Suffolk & Nassau counties.
We are seeking an Interventional Mammography Technologist to join our growing team in Commack, NY.
The technologist will be expected to perform a variety of routine and more specialized imaging procedures of the breast that require independent judgment and initiative with minimal supervision. The qualified individual will also perform screening and diagnostic mammogram, General Radiography and Bone Densitometry (DEXA) exams.
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