Under general supervision and following established procedures in order to perform patient computed tomography scans to diagnose disease. Explains procedure, obtains patient history, positions patients and administers I.V.’s. Prepares the film, scans the patient while continually monitoring the camera, processor and pressure injector. Maintains patient records, inventory of supplies and tabulates daily, monthly and annual statistics.
A. Minimum Education: Requires successful completion of a two year program in an accredited/approved school of radiological technology. B. Minimum Work Experience: Two to three years experience in general radiology.
Three to six months experience or training in computed tomography. Requires high degree of concentration to accurately monitor computer screens, cameras and patient during scans. C. Certification, Licensure, Registration: American Registry of Radiologic Technologist board exam and A.R.R.T.
registration is preferred.