CT Technologist PRN

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  • Lutheran Hospital of Indiana Lutheran Hospital of Indiana

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  • Part Time

Job Description

CT Technologist - PRN position in the Radiology/Imaging Unit at Lutheran Health Network - Lutheran Hospital

Rated as Lutheran Hospital's top 3 units for employee satisfaction! 

  • Eligible for premium, flat rate!
  • Hours: As needed - must be willing/able to work first, second, and third shift, as well as weekends. 
  • Holiday rotation required

Job Summary:

  • Positions adjusts and operates equipment to produce cross-sectional scans of patient’s head and body for use by physician in diagnosis of disease and study of malfunction of organs.
  • Assists the physician with the biopsy procedure by positioning and draping the patient, sterilizing the operative site, preparing a tray of surgical instruments, and passing instruments to the physician during the procedure.
  • Marks and scans appropriate areas as needed. Images are pulled from electronic folders of PACS and directed to designated areas.  Films are pulled and filed correctly and in a timely manner.
  • Performs contrast media administration through the use of IV injections and oral substances for enhancement of body scan area.
  • Identifies patient’s problems with early-onset and obtains appropriate assistance as needed.
  • Explains exam process to the patient and family members. Obtains pertinent patient history including the previous testing for correlation with the interpretation of exam films.
  • Assists staff in maintaining the work area and equipment in clean and proper operating condition.
  • Accurately sends images to archive for long-term storage and for immediate viewing by radiologist or ER physician.


  • Successful completion of a radiological diagnostic education from an accredited program.


  • Current Indiana State Radiation Machine Operators License and current registration from the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) at the date in position


  • Current Radiology Student Radiation Machine Operators Permit. Indiana Radiology Student Radiation Machine Operators Permits must be replaced with an Indiana State Radiation Machine Operators License within six months of graduation from a certified Radiologic School. New graduate students must have American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) registration within six months of the date in position.


  • Current registration from American Registry of Radiologic Technologist Computed Tomography (ARRT CT) certification within 12 months of date in position
  • Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) certification required within six months of date in position

Equal Employment Opportunity

Reach out to: Kelsey_frank@chs.net

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