Responsible for the performance of all radiographic, fluroscopic, and surgical C-Arm procedures. Ability to work with patients of all ages. Able to maneuver equipment and patients. Utilizes computerized tomography (CT) scanners to produce cross-section images of patients' internal organs and tissues for the diagnosis of medical issues. Accurately interpret a physician's scanning instructions, administer contrast materials, prepare and operate the CT scan equipment and position the patient to capture the appropriate images. Performs CT procedures at a technical level not requiring constant supervision of technical detail. Performs those duties directly involved with a variety of technical procedures applying ionizing radiation for the purpose of detecting pathology. Regulates the equipment used to expose the x-ray imaging plate, processes, and archives PACS imaging. Operates equipment safely and maintains A.L.A.R.A. standards while performing all types of procedures. Establishes and maintains a good rapport and professional relationship with fellow employees, other departments, and medical staff. Others duties as deemed appropriate by the director.
Licensure/Certification/Registration: American Registry of Radiologic Technologists ARRT (R) Computed Tomography (CT) registered or registry eligible, CT registry within (6) six months of hire; Louisiana license in Diagnostic Radiology, CPR for healthcare provider through AHA upon hire
Education: Graduate of American Medical Association (AMA) approved training program
Experience: Prefer at least one year experience with emphasis on OB/GYN, neonate, and pediatric procedures
Special Qualifications: Knowledgeable with all radiology imaging to include: Fluoroscopic procedures, and C Arm procedures; Clinical experience performing CT scanning is documented.
A little about us:
HCA is the nation’s leading private provider of healthcare services. Comprised of locally managed facilities which include 230,000 employees at over 160 hospitals, over 120 surgery centers and 100 urgent care facilities in 20 states and the United Kingdom