At Johnston-Willis we've been delivering top quality healthcare to Greater Richmond and the Tri-Cities area for more than 100 years. Our 292-bed hospital offers a full range of healthcare services, with specialties in cancer care within the Sara Cannon Cancer Institute-as well as inpatient rehabilitation (with all private rooms), our ER is a state-authorized level III trauma center and neuroscience, including our first-in-Richmond Gamma
The Radiology Department at Johnston - Willis Hospital provides high quality diagnostic services. Staffed by a board certified radiologist and highly qualified, credentialed technical staff, the department provides a complete line of specialty services to the community and the physicians in the area.
•Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)
•Computerized Axial Tomography (CT)
CT Job Duties :
Demonstrates ability to obtain quality CT images of patients. Demonstrates competence in following established scanning protocols and exercises ability to adjust protocols as required.
Complies with radiation safety guidelines for patient and self. Appropriately utilizes Personal Protective Equipment. Always operates CT scanner safely and competently.
Demonstrates the ability to perform all necessary computer operations. (i.e. Meditech ) Ensure proper charges are entered and referring physicians orders are verified.
Renders patient care in a professional and courteous manner.
Prepares examination rooms for CT scan and/or invasive procedures. Monitors inventory of supplies during room rotation and maintain room cleanliness and neat appearance.
Assist the radiologist in administering medication, contrast agents, performing biopsies and all types of care to patients.
Reviews each exam for technical accuracy (i.e. technical quality, anatomical positioning, annotation, etc.) and completes verification process in PACS.
Assists Facility System Administrator and CT Supervisor with PACS clean up. (IE: non-archived images, verification and reporting unspecified images).
Maintains strict confidentiality regarding employees and patients according to HIPAA Policy and
Completes and maintains personal educational requirements
Position is required to have competence to assess, treat and/or care for the age groups indicated by check marks.
PREFERRED: One-year as a CT technologist
REQUIRED: Graduate of AMA approved School of Radiologic Technology. Responsible for continuing education credits as mandated by the ARRT for license.
American Registry of Radiologic Technology (required)
ARRT - CT Technology Certification Required
American Society of Radiologic Technology (preferred)
Virginia Society of Radiologic Technology (preferred)
IV certification (required)
Current BLS (AHA) certification (required)
Work schedule 3/8 hour shifts. Mon, Wed and Fridays
A little about us:
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