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CT Scan Technologist / Radiology-CT Scan (Bradley Memorial)

Requisition ID:

20163914

Business Unit:

Bradley Memorial

Location:

Southington, CT

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Description

Job Schedule: Part Time
Standard Hours: 29
Job Shift: Shift 1
Shift Details: Every Mon, Wed, Fri 8:30a-5p. Every other Sat 9-3p and Sun 10-2p. Holiday and On Call rotation. •Will rotate 10a-6:30p to cover CT tech in X-ray •Will rotate into CT 7:30a-4p

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The Hospital of Central Connecticut is an acute-care community teaching hospital, we provide comprehensive inpatient and outpatient services in general medicine and surgery, as well as a wide variety of specialties. Staffed by our talented team of leading professionals, The Hospital of Central Connecticut provides a wide array of services throughout the region, caring for patients from birth through the end of life.

Duties

  • Performs CT scans according to section protocols, patient history and clinical information. Provides patient care and assists physicians with special CT procedures.
  • Will perform both X-ray imaging and CT imaging

Qualifications

Education Requirements

  • Current ARRT Registry required. ARRT (CT) preferred.
  • State Radiographer's license.
  • Current CT certificate required.

Minimum Requirements

  • Previous radiology experience.
  • CT Scanning experience highly preferred.
 
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