Energetic Lead CT Technologist with 20 plus years of imaging experience in diverse clinical and hospital settings with a strong background in MRI. Self motivated team player who is well organized, ready to promote department in achieving goals.
CMRT Texas #4871
Lead CT Technologist working a 40 hour work week. Strong communicative skills with patients of all age groups and coworkers. Extensive experience with GE Light speed VCT 64 slice scanner, Toshiba Acquilion 64 slice scanner. GE 1.5 Tesla Signa LX. Vitrea Workstation and Cardiac Scoring.15 years of CT experience. Performed routine exams on both in and out patients, trauma CT. CT angiography, 3d, reformats, and cardiac scoring. Assisted radiologists with invasive procedures. Created new protocols with radiologists. Trained new employees on established protocols. Responsible for the daily QC of CT scanners, ordering supplies and keeping rooms stocked and functional. Clearly and effectively explained CT procedures to patient prior to beginning study and practices radiation safety. Prior to Lead Tech position, I worked a 32 hour weekend shift, working prn day shift. Routine MRI exams.
Working prn, I performed xray and CT exams as directed by physicians. Venipuncture. General office duties, helping radiation therapists in patient care.
Working weekends, I performed a variety of MRI/CT scans in a hospital setting on weekends, working 2 16 hour shifts. Stocked rooms and functional. Assisted with radiography and transporting of patients.
Established the Marie Cotham Endowment Fund, Paris Junior College, for students seeking healthcare as a profession.
Past board member of the Aikin Parent Association.
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