The CT/Radiography Technologist is responsible for CT and radiological patient care
from neonatal to geriatric ages. This position is responsible for related duties to
provide quality care dictated by departmental and hospital policies and procedures.
Consistently obtains diagnostic quality CT scans and radiographic
images as ordered by a member of the medical staff.
2. Accurately determines the quality of the CT and radiographic images.
3. Consistently uses proper warm-up procedures and QA functions on all
4. Correctly prepares oral and IV contrast media.
6. Correctly operates all exposure, processing, Meditech, Computed Radiography
equipment and teleradiology.
7. Always is prompt and dependable when on call.
8. Knows and applies radiation safety precautions.
9. Helps transport patients to and from the department when needed.
10. Assists Radiologist during designated procedures. Prepares patient history
sheet specific to ordered examinations.
16. Assists in other areas where trained and as needed. Performs any other tasks to
fill the needs of the department, hospital, and its patients.
17. Performs other tasks as assigned by the Director of Diagnostic Imaging, the
Supervisor or the Radiologist.
Graduate of approved Radiology Technology School and registered by the ARRT or other
recognized registry. Must possess Texas state licensure.
Prior work history of one year is mandatory. Radiologic Technology experience
Must have a good working knowledge of anatomy, physiology, medical terminology, and
understand the principles of physics. Also must possess the knowledge to obtain
diagnostic films and be able to set up and operate equipment safely. Should have
some CT training, but not mandatory. Advanced certification in CT within one year
of employment expected. Must have current CPR certification. ACLS certification