Under the general direction of the Radiologist and under the supervision of the CT Team Leader and/or Radiology Director:
- Safely and accurately perform CT exams, including CT-guided biopsies and centesis procedures.
- Perform CT exams on trauma patients in a timely manner following established trauma protocols.
- Upon completion of training perform Cardiac CT procedures, including CCTAs and Cardiac scorings under the direction of the Cardiologist and/or Radiologist.
- Work within guidelines established in the policy and procedure manual.
- Comply with all radiation safety guidelines.
- Demonstrate knowledge of sterile technique and practice standard precautions.
- Complete all associated computer tasks in Meditech and PACS
- Understand and follow established protocols for sending exams to VRC after hours.
- Perform associated duties, i.e., transporting patients when necessary and assembling all associated paperwork and images to provide the radiologists for dictation, cleaning and stocking rooms, etc.
- Able to perform all duties in high stress with no loss of accuracy.
- Participate in quality control and performance improvement.
- May assist other areas of Radiology and perform other duties as assigned.
- Demonstrate strong personal skills, including written and oral communication.
- Be proficient at performing above duties for patients of all age groups and all stages of acuity.
- Graduate of an accredited program by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP), American Medical Association (AMA) or other accrediting agencies.
- Registry in good standing with the American Registry of Radiologic Technologist (ARRT).
- Current certification in Computerized Tomography or certification eligible, preferred.
- Current Kansas licensure or eligible.
- Certified in BCLS.
- Certified in Venipuncture within 30 days of hire.
- Minimum of one (1) year of work related experience in all aspects of CT, including biopsies and other related procedures, preferred.
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