The technologist must demonstrate a thorough knowledge of anatomy. The technologist must demonstrate thorough knowledge and skill and understanding of image quality. Must be able to communicate to patients the nature of the tests and relieve their anxiety. Must demonstrate an understanding of Radiographic Positioning, Radiographic Technique, Radiation Safety, Imaging Equipment, Infection Control and Quality Control techniques. Presents a pleasant and helpful manner to patients, physicians, subordinates and other members of the department staff. Employee assists in maintaining a work area free from hazards. The ARRT must perform routine diagnostic imaging studies, as needed. Must vary work schedule. The patient population of
The Radiographer must be registered or registry eligible with the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists and hold a General Certificate with the Commonwealth of Kentucky, Radiation Operators Program. Employee must be a high school graduate or GED and a graduate of a JRC/CAHEA approved program in Radiologic Technology. CPR required. One year recent experience preferred.