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CT Tech

Posted: May 20, 2024
Salary:US$95000 - US$114400 per year
Job type: Permanent
Work Location:On-site

Job description

As a CT Technologist, you will operate diagnostic equipment to produce computerized axial tomographic scan (CT) images of internal organs for use by professional personnel. Explains process to patients and interviews for medical history. Instructs and assists patients in assuming positions for proper scan, and administers contrast media (I.V., oral, rectal and P.O.) according to protocols.

3, 12 hour shifts - 7am-7:30pm with rotating Saturdays

Location: 3800 Reservoir Rd NW Washington District of Columbia 20007 United States

Primary Duties:
-Prepares patients for scan.
-Reviews patient records for orders, exam history, lab work, and allergies, and positions patients on the scan table.
-Establishes I.V. site for contrast infusion and administers oral, rectal and I.V. contrasts.
-Consults with Radiologist prior to administering I.V. contrast for bolus I.V. injections.
-Monitors patients during injection for evidence of contrast reaction.
-Enters patient and exam data into x-ray computer system and perform computed scan images.
-Prepare reports and maintain records of service rendered, using the radiology department computer system to verify billing and quality assurance.
-Completes incident reports and anesthesia records when necessary.
-Reports all technical problems to the supervisor or senior technologist.
-Assists Radiologist with interventional procedures such as biopsies and drainages. Informs Radiologist of scan results when anomalies or abnormalities are visible.
-Schedules patient exams and revises daily schedules to accommodate emergency exams
-Cleans and maintains an aseptic working environment for each patient. Films CT scan images and archive exams onto tape or optical disk.
-Ensures adequate supplies are available and are responsible for replenishing supply levels.
-Assists in the training and orientation of new employees and students.
-Completes all required information system functions to assure proper patient information, billing, exam, and other necessary functions are correctly entered and maintained.

-Associate degree or one to three years of formal training in Radiologic Technology.
-Completed competency-based training in CT.
-1-2 years job related experience.
-ARRT (American Registry of Radiologic Technology) registration.
-BLS (Basic Life Support).

Selling Points:
-Strong emphasis on teamwork-our associates feel connected to each other and our mission as an organization. In return, our effective team environment generates positive patient outcomes and high associate satisfaction ratings that exceed the national benchmark.
-Strategic focus on equity, inclusion, & diversity-we are committed to equity for all people and communities. We continue to build a diverse and inclusive workplace where people feel a sense of belonging and the ability to contribute to equitable care delivery and improved community health outcomes at all levels of the organization.
-Comprehensive total rewards package-including competitive pay, generous paid time off, great health and wellness benefits, retirement savings, education assistance, and so much more.
-More career opportunities closer to home-as the largest healthcare provider in the Baltimore-Washington, D.C. region, there are countless opportunities to grow your career and fulfill your aspirations.

Join one of the largest healthcare systems in the Baltimore-Washington metro region, also recognized as one of the "Healthiest Maryland Businesses".

3-5 Must Have Skills/Qualifications
-Associate degree or one to three years of formal training in Radiologic Technology.
-Completed competency-based training in CT.
-1-2 years job related experience.
-ARRT (American Registry of Radiologic Technology) registration.
-BLS (Basic Life Support).