This position requires an understanding of cross-sectional anatomy, pathology and medical terminology. The individual will require a high degree of accuracy in positioning, exposure technique, contrast administration, along with knowledge in patient safety. A CT technologist will assist the radiologist in the completion of CT examinations ranging from routine exams to advanced and interventional procedures. The position requires the technologist to act as a primary liaison between patients, radiologists and other healthcare members. Professional and ethical judgment, along with critical thinking will be necessary in the performance of duties.
Hours during the week would be Day/Eve/Night. Every other weekend, 11am-11pm. Holiday and on-call rotation. A generous shift differential and weekend differential are included.
ARRT (CT) with one year experience as a Technologist required.
Graduate of a J.R.C.E.R.T. accredited program of Radiologic Technology
Must be CT certified.
Familiarity with Siemens and GE scanners is preferred.
About the Organization: Reading Health System is a not-for-profit leading regional health system committed to advancing health and transforming lives of the people we serve. Through physician and staff commitment, we have established a culture of collaboration, professionalism, transparency and responsibility that allows us to deliver high-quality care through evidence-based medicine. Established as The Reading Dispensary in 1867, the 700+ bed Reading Hospital has since expanded into a leader in tertiary care for this region of Pennsylvania. As an Academic teaching hospital, residencies include Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, OB/GYN, Osteopathy, Podiatry and Pharmacy.
Our campus located in Berks County, consists of a 22-building complex located on 36 suburban acres in West Reading. The newest expansion, a 476,000 square foot surgical & inpatient tower, is Reading HealthPlex. As one of the most technologically advanced and sophisticated surgical centers in the region, this facility features 24 surgical suites, including 6 hybrid ORs, 150 private patient rooms, 16 additional emergency treatment rooms, 5 trauma bays and an 88,000 square foot Green Roof & Healing Garden.
Ambulatory services of Reading Health System are extended through facilities located throughout the community, including 13 laboratory and 17 imaging centers, Occupational Health Services, over 70 physicians in 19 office complexes. Additional services include Reading Health Rehabilitation Hospital, 9 outpatient therapy locations, Joint Replacement Center, Weight Management Center, Sports Medicine and QuickCare and Urgent Care.
Through the strategic initiatives of clinical integration, improving the patient experience, as well as, employee and provider engagement, and finally operational excellence; our Mission is to provide compassionate, accessible, high quality, cost effective health care to the community; to promote health; to educate healthcare professionals; and to participate