Produces high quality computed tomography exams, that produce images of optimum diagnostic quality according to department and procedure on a daily basis while assuring proper and professional patient care. This position requires the application of precise positioning techniques combined with accurate settings of technical factors as well as the monitoring of equipment to insure proper functioning. Constant mental attention is required while performing studies and proper sterile technique. Must demonstrate the capability of maintaining effective and cooperative working relationships consistent with the Holy Cross Health's Mission. Accountable for the operation of imaging equipment, to take images of designated areas of the body under the supervision of the Radiologist. Supports mission philosophy and policy/procedures of Holy Cross Health Systems and the Medical Imaging Department. Maintains confidentiality of patient and organization-related information. Adheres to standard precautions. Maintains current CPR, Maryland State License and ARRT certification. Completes annual mandatory training, in-services, competency documentation and any other departmental documents. Identifies care needs of patients/significant others and implements interventions and utilizes equipment necessary to meet the specific needs of the patient population served to include: neonates, infants, pediatric, young adults, middle adults and late adults. Effectively participates in team/committee activities of Medical Imaging. Participates in quality assessment and improvement programs. Attends departmental staff meetings. Assists in orientation of new staff. Participates in on-call schedule. Completes other duties as assigned such as on-call, transporting patients, cleaning rooms, stocking supplies, peer review, etc.
Participates in team environment and will complete duties as assigned which are not limited to any one modality.
Supports the Mission of CHE Trinity Health and Holy Cross Health.
Minimum Licensure/Certification Required (if applicable):
Certification by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists ARRT (R)
Licensed by the State of Maryland.
Registered ARRT (R)
Registered Computed Tomography (CT) (R) Preferred
Minimum Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Required:
Graduate of a JRC/ERT approved Radiologic Technology Program.
Reads, writes, speaks and comprehends English language.
One-year experience in CT Scan preferred
Nuclear Medicinal Technology Certification Board NMTCB with post primary (ARRT) CT and MD State Licensure
Must present documentation to practice on dedicated CT scanner/ MD Board of Physicians and
training on the provision of diagnostic CT exams
Must be able to lift up to 35 pounds, must be able to push, pull, lift and move patient care equipment (i.e., beds, stretchers, imaging equipment), must be able to bend body downward at waist and must be able to stand
Must have visual acuity and manual dexterity to work with a computer keyboard and monitor, to perform essential job functions.
Environmental Conditions: The worker is subject to hazards associated with a hospital environment.
The CT technologist reports to and is evaluated by department Supervisor and Manager of Medical Imaging Services.
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