Coordinates and performs the diagnostic radiographic and computed tomography procedures on patients, according to provider/physician orders. Performs proper x-ray exposure to aid in the diagnosis of fractures, diseases, and other injuries. Performs CT examinations with knowledgeable operation of the scanner and scan protocols. The technologist must prepare and position patients for the x-ray or CT examination and take the appropriate images. The technologist also must process imaging plates, inspect, maintain, and make minor repairs to the x-ray and CT equipment.
Radiologic Technologist experienced in the field of echocardiography and diagnostic ultrasound. Must be licensed by the state of Montana and ARRT certified. Computed Tomography experience is also preferred but may be learned on the job. Technologist will also learn and be expected to do Electrocardiograms, pulmonary function tests, and Holter/cardiac event monitor hookups.