Under general supervision, produces specialized radiographs to aid the medical staff in the proper diagnosis and treatment of patients.
Operates a computed tomography (CT) scanner to produce cross-sectional radiographs of a patient's body for diagnostic purposes.
Informs patient of the procedure positions and immobilizes patient and set up any supportive devices necessary to obtain an adequate scan. Assists physician in administering the contrast media. Responsible for entering technical data into the computer; evaluates the radiographs and computer generated information to ensure technical quality. Serves as resource person for hospital and medical staff. Serves as a preceptor, or educational resource, for new employees, students and those seeking registry.
Graduate of an accredited Radiological Technology program; and
1 year experience in Computed Tomography Technology working independently or with limited supervision.
Licensed by the American Registry of Radiological Technologist (ARRT).
Registered as a CT Technologist with the ARRT
Current certification in Basic Life Support (CPR).
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Knowledge of the techniques of diagnostic radiography. Knowledge of the operation and maintenance of radiographic equipment. Ability to prioritize assignments. Ability to assess, treat and care for patients of varying ages. Good interpersonal skills. Ability to communicate technical information in such a way that a patient can understand the procedure and what is expected of them. Computer skills.
Physical Requirements (with or without accommodation):
Position requires bending, reaching, squatting and moving. Must be able to assist with lifting and moving patients. Must have sufficient manual dexterity to operate equipment. Must be able to work under stress.
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