Havasu Regional Medical Center is a 181-bed acute care facility. This Joint Commission-accredited hospital offers 24-hour emergency service. For more information on Havasu Regional Medical Center visit:
Havasu Regional Medical Center
The Radiology CT Technologist assists in maintenance/management of the radiology departmental service and Quality Improvement Plan in accordance with standards established by the hospital, JCAHO, state, local and federal regulatory agencies; performs and ensures patient safety while operating radiographic and fluoroscopic examinations (including tomography ), portable x-ray, processes images for PACS; Refers to policy and procedure manuals for proper operation/quality control of equipment; assists physician in detection and localization of the patient's anatomy using the appropriate technical factors. The scope of practice of the radiology and computed tomography technologist also includes: Introducing oneself appropriately to the patient and putting the patient at ease. Performing computed tomography procedures as prescribed by a LIP. Following the direction of a LIP, the computed tomography technologist assists with interventional computed tomography procedures and applies appropriate aseptic surgical technique as needed. Maintaining archival storage of digitized data as appropriate and documenting patient dose exposures. Assisting in maintaining patient records, respecting confidentiality and established policy.
Demonstrate completion of an accredited educational program in radiologic technology. Two-year certificate or associate degree and four-year baccalaureate degree programs. Previous CT experience required. ARRT (R ) required, (CT) advanced registery preferred. Arizona MRTBE (CRT) and (CTCT) required. BLS required within 60 days of hire.
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