The CT Technologist will be responsible for operating computerized tomography equipment to produce films of designated portions of the human body to obtain a diagnosis. Works in areas requiring autonomy and indirect supervision.
Graduate of accredited school of Radiologic Technology.
Registered Radiologic Technologist (RRT) with one (1) year of experience in Computerized Tomography (CT) scanning.
Basic knowledge of cross-sectional anatomy.
Ability to insert intravenous catheter.
Ability to deal tactfully and pleasantly with various types of patients, visitors, physicians and other personnel.
Certified in cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR).
The days vary.
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Northside Hospital - 21 months ago
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The Northside Hospital System comprises three not-for-profit, full-service community hospitals. With more than 2,500 physicians (the largest...