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Community Health Network Lead CT Technologist South in Indianapolis, Indiana

Lead CT Technologist South

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Allied Health

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CT Scan




Community Hospital South

1402 E County Line Rd

Indianapolis, IN 46227

United States


Day Job


Monday through Friday 7:30am to 4pm. Must be flexible with work commitments. On Call Rotation including Holiday Rotation.


Monday through Friday 7:30 am to 4:00 pm. Must be flexible with work commitments. On Call Rotation including Holiday Rotation.

Join Community

Community Health Network was created by our neighbors, for our neighbors. Over 60 years later, “community” is still the heart of our organization. It means providing our neighbors with the best care possible, backed by state-of-the-art technology. It means getting involved in the communities we serve through volunteer opportunities and benefits initiatives. It means ensuring our dedicated caregivers can learn and grow to stay at the top of their fields and to better serve our patients. And above all, it means exceptional care, simply delivered — and we couldn’t do it without you.

Make a Difference

The Lead CT Technologist performs leadership duties associated with the daily operations of the CT department. They also perform computed tomography, interventional, and therapeutic procedures at the request of and for interpretation by a licensed practitioner. Prepare, administer and document activities related to medications and radiation exposure in accordance with federal and state laws, regulations, and institutional policy.

· Lead Duties: Assists with planning and issuing a staff work schedule in a timely manner. Assists with providing adequate staffing and making adjustments as patient volume changes. Serves as part of the interviewing team for new technical staff. Serves as a department preceptor and orientation coordinator. Serves as a department resource person and liaison with ancillary departments. Facilitates the needed training for new equipment. Oversees the quality and completeness of all imaging procedures. Ensures staff successfully performs a minimum of two clinical competencies per year. Facilitates the scheduling of staff for all mandatory in-service offerings. Ensures that all procedures are performed in compliance with all regulatory guidelines, i.e., radiation, universal precautions, etc. Provides verbal and documented information for staff performance appraisals. Assists in preparing for department inspections for ISDH and TJC. Conducts daily evaluation of area cleanliness and supplies and ensures that both are adequately maintained, reporting any concerns to a Technical Specialist. Assists with review and revision of the department policies and procedure manuals. Ensures that sign-off sheets on crash carts, procedure check-off lists, and drug boxes are current on a daily basis. Identifies and assists with efforts to improve departmental processes and ensures on-going quality improvement is demonstrated.

· Patient Care: Provide optimal patient care remaining sensitive to the needs of patients through patient assessment and monitoring. Educate and instruct patient and family about the procedure and radiation safety to be performed using appropriate terms. Act as a patient advocate and involve parents, guardian, family member or caregiver when appropriate. Provide health care services with consideration for a diverse patient population and provides quality care to patients of all age groups, as well as physical and mental abilities.

· Exam preparation: Receive, relay and document any and all verbal, written and electronic orders in the patient’s medical record. Corroborate the patient’s clinical history with procedure and ensuring information is complete, accurate, documented and available for use by a licensed practitioner. Ensure that all exam information is correct, complete, and recorded, including supplies; as well as recording any deviation from normal procedure. Assess factors that may affect the procedure, such as medications, patient history, patient preparation or artifact-producing objects. Obtains and reviews relevant previous procedures and information from all available resources and the release of information as needed. Prep patients for procedures and verifying informed consent when Page 2 of 3 applicable.

· Exam performance: Perform each exam using proper technical and positioning factors in accordance to the protocol manual including aspects of intravenous access and administration of pharmaceuticals and/or contrast media as prescribed by a licensed practitioner. Evaluate images for proper positioning, technical quality and ensuring proper identification is recorded, as well as and determine if additional images will improve the procedure or treatment outcome. Verify archival storage of data by tracking exam to completeness in both EMR and PACS.

· Equipment: Demonstrate proper use and knowledge of all department equipment, positioning devices, patient care items and patient monitoring devices. Confirms that equipment performance, maintenance and operation comply with the manufacturer’s specifications, as well as perform required quality assurance activities. Possess knowledge and ability to verbally discuss emergency shutdown process. Ensure an efficient room turn-around while maintaining a clean and well-stocked room.

· Student supervision: Educate and monitor students to ensure they compliance with standards, policies and procedures as well as ensuring that exams are performed is within the student’s capabilities.

· Safety: Apply principles of patient safety during all aspects of patient care and be able to identify and respond to emergency situations. This includes principles of radiation safety and ALARA as well as knowledge of MR safety.

· Individuals may not perform all of these duties, or may perform additional, related duties not listed here.

Exceptional Skills and Qualifications

EDUCATION: High School Diploma or GED (Required), 2 year / Associate Degree Or Graduate of an accredited school of Radiologic Technology or Nuclear Medicine Technology program. (Required), Graduate of a CT certification program (Preferred)

LICENSE & CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS: Licensed as a Radiologic Technologist by the Indiana Professional Licensing Agency (IPLA), One of the following is required Certifications/Licensures: Certified Computed Tomography (CT)(ARRT), Certified Nuclear Medicine Technologist (NMTCB)(CT)

EXPERIENCE: 1+ years: Leadership or supervisory experience (Preferred), 2+ years: CT clinical experience (Required)

Why Community?

At Community Health Network, we build teams that deliver exceptional care through empathy, communication and collaboration. We consider ALL an integral part of the exceptional patient experience. We PRIIDE ourselves on not having employees but Caregivers. Join our Community as we make a difference in your community.

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Community Health Network complies with applicable Federal civil rights laws and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, or sex. Community Health Network does not exclude people or treat them differently because of race, color, national origin, age, disability, or sex.