POSITION TITLE: Radiologic Technologist/ Computed Tomography RESPONSIBLE TO: Director of Diagnostic Imaging DATE: 6/20/2014 JOB SUMMARY: Operate radiologic equipment to make clinical diagnostic X-ray films as directed by physicians and perform routine diagnostic procedures according to established standards and practices and help out in CT to produce computerized tomographic scanner radiographs of designated anatomical areas as ordered/directed, according to established practices and procedures. WORKING CONDITIONS: Pleasant environment-- Subject to electrical and radiant energy hazards KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, EXPERIENCE REQUIRED: High school diploma or equivalent Graduate of accredited program in Radiologic Technology. Registry from the ARRT in Radiology required, registry in CT preferred RELATIONSHIPS: Reports directly to the Director of Diagnostic Imaging PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Frequency Scale: 1 = Rarely/Never; 2 = Occasionally; 3 = Frequently and 4 = Consistently Activity 1 2 3 4 Activity Climbing X Talking Hand-Eye Coordination Kneeling X X 1 2 3 Activity 1 2 3 4 Lifting - Normal Conversations - Loud Commands or Public Speaking 4 X X - Over 50# - Over 25# X Pulling X Hearing Pushing X - Normal Conversations Reaching X - Other Sounds or Auditory Alarms Standing Stooping X Memory X X - Acuity, Near - Acuity, Far X Walking X - Color Vision Range of Motion Use of Hands - Arms X - Shoulders X - Keyboard X X X Analytical Thinking Attention to X Detail Concentration X - General Manual Dexterity Skills or Typing - Short term - Long Term Vision X Sitting - Under 25# X X X X Decision Making X X Reading X Writing X AGE CATEGORIES OF INDIVIDUALS SERVED: Demonstrates the knowledge and skills necessary to provide age-appropriate care to the following patient population: _X_Neonatal (1-30 days) X Infants (30 days-1 year) __X__Geriatric _X_Adolescent (13-18 years) _X_Adult (19-70 years) (70+ yrs) ____No patient contact __X__Children (1-12 years) CORE DEPARTMENTAL COMPETENCIES- Take X-ray images of specified body areas/parts as ordered, following established procedures. Apply lead shield to protect unaffected parts of the body from exposure to radiation. Direct personnel to a safe area and/or shield them Able to perform portable exams Able to perform C-arm exams in the OR while maintaining a sterile field Mark all images correctly using provided lead markers. Review requisitions, check and prepare equipment and supplies. Identify, interview, and screen patient for proper preparation and for possible allergies to contrast materials. Consult with radiologist, or attending physician as needed Explain procedure to patient, position patient on table and use appropriate protocol for exam ordered Knowledgeable on lab tests needed prior to exam Schedule and/or Reschedule patients as needed Able to enter exams in Radiology Information System and PACS Provide radiologist with proper history for complete diagnosis Review/evaluate completed images for quality, completeness and type of test ordered Maintain established department policies, procedures, objectives, quality Assist in care and maintenance of facilities, equipment, and supplies. Keep work areas clean. Maintain supply levels. Must adhere to hospital dress code. Attend in service meetings and other meetings as required. Attendance of 50% of all department meetings is required. Able to send images to both cloud systems Perform other duties as directed by Diagnostic Imaging Director This is not necessarily an inclusive list of all responsibilities, skills, tasks, requirements, efforts or working conditions associated with the job. While this is intended to be an accurate reflection of the current job, management reserves the right to modify essential functions of the job or to require that other or different tasks be performed when circumstances change (i.e. emergencies, changes in personnel, workload, rush jobs, or technical developments). ____________________ Director ________ Date ____________________ Employee ________ Date The qualifications for this position have been reviewed by the Chief of Radiology on 05/06/15 and the Medical Executive Committee on 5/14/15. Any changes to these qualifications require review and approval of the Chief of Radiology and the Medical Executive Committee, as well as updating the approval dates in this statement.