Providing immobilization devices as required and correctly positioning and transferring patients.Administers oral contrast media and performs intravenous contrast administration, including acquiring IV access when necessary.Views cross-sectional images on viewer display screen to ensure quality of images as they are acquired. Films images and develops film by automatic processing.Provides radiation exposure protection to patient, staff, etc. in accordance with prescribed safety standards.Responsible for delegated areas in performance of CT special procedures.Maintains adequate records as directed, secures and returns supplies and maintains orderliness and cleanliness.Cooperates with all personnel in proper conduct of the department.Assists in performing CPR. CPR certification is required.Responsible for transporting patient to and from their CT scan when needed.Responsible for assisting with oncology treatment plan patients.Responsible for restoring previous scans and/or pulling previous studies and reports.
Education: Must have successfully passed the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists and have completed two (2) years of training in an accredited school of Radiologic Technology.
Experience: Cross training in CT completed, CT certification preferred, not required.