Education: Associate Degree in Radiologic Sciences or completion of accredited program
Experience: Previous radiologic experience and cross-training in CT preferred
Licensure/Certifications: Current registry/or registry eligible with the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists, current radiation operator’s certification and general or temporary license issued by the Commonwealth of Kentucky is required.
The RT/CT technologist performs age specific diagnostic imaging/CT procedures for the diagnosis and treatment of anatomic and physiologic disorders. Assists in supervising ancillary personnel. All competencies listed in the position description are based on a patient age population including infancy (birth to l year), toddler (1 to 3 years), pre-school (3-6 years), school age (6-12 years), adolescence (12 to 18 years), early adulthood (19 to 45 years), middle adult (45-59 years) late adult (61 to 79 years) and geriatric (80 years and up). The CT technologist is responsible to the Administrative Director of Diagnostic Services and Diagnostic Procedures/CT Supervisor for core behavioral and technical competence. Direct technical core and behavioral supervision is provided by the Diagnostic Procedures/CT Supervisor. Medical direction is provided by the radiologist.
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