Covenant Health

Job Title
CT Tech
Cumberland Medical Center
Department Name



CT Technologist, Imaging Dept.

Part time, 40 hours per pay period, 2nd shift & Weekend shift


Covenant Health is the region's top performing healthcare network. Each of our more than 10,000 employees, physicians, and volunteers are unified by one covenant: to put our patients first every day, to strive for excellence in everything we do, and to make Covenant Health the first and best choice in our region


Cumberland Medical Center is a 189-bed hospital in Crossville, Tennessee, with more than 650 employees and 175 active physicians. It offers a full range of specialty services, including cardiology, gastroenterology, surgery, orthopedics, maternity services, cancer care, and advanced wound care.


    • Emergency Department: 24 emergency beds       
    • Intensive Care Unit (ICU): 12 ICU beds
    • Labor & Delivery: 12 LDRP suites
    • Med/Surg: 37 beds
    • Surgery: 9 operating room surgery suites
    • Telemetry   37 beds  

Fully accredited by the Joint Commission, Cumberland Medical Center is an acute care hospital offering all private patient rooms as well as specialized services not usually found in the rural medical system.


For seriously ill patients, advanced medical and surgical care is provided at CMC including telemetry monitored beds and an intensive care unit. Additionally, Cumberland Medical Center offers an outpatient imaging center, same day surgery unit, cardiac and pulmonary rehab programs, a sleep disorder center, breast center, cancer center, and hyperbaric medicine and wound center.


"Cumberland Medical Center offers a unique, family-oriented healthcare setting in a rural environment. We strive to deliver exceptional care to our patients, their loved ones, and each other. We look forward to welcoming team-focused people to grow their careers with us!"

-Chief Nursing Officer, Cumberland Medical Center 

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Position Summary:

Perform complex tasks associated with the operation of high radiation producing equipment to produce high quality CT images.  The CT technologist is responsible for maintaining a safe CT environment at all times.


Recruiter: Kimberlin Woods || || 865-374-5403


  • Performs procedures or examinations under the order of a licensed medical practitioner for diagnostic interpretation or therapeutic intervention.
  • Perform complex tasks associated with the operation of high radiation producing equipment to produce high quality CT images. Selects and operates the computed tomography system, physiologic gating devices and associated equipment to achieve desired results.  Selects appropriate exam parameters with consideration given to established protocols and other factors influencing data acquisition. Evaluates CT scans for technical quality, post processing, completes CT exams in electronic medical record and sends to PACS.   Adjusts protocols and dose as appropriate to maintain established Dose Reference Levels per ACR and AAPM guidelines.  Must obtain high quality CT scans in a timely manner.  Assist radiologist in developing new protocols and CT imaging techniques.
  • Identifies and screens patient and others according to CT guidelines for safety. Obtains patient history, completes and verifies accurate consents, informed consent and/or permits as needed. Provides patient instructions/education to obtain desired results, gain cooperation and minimize anxiety, including the monitoring of patients by audio/visual means during exams. Positions patients for CT scans using immobilization and protective equipment to comply with regulations while applying principles of computed tomography safety to minimize risk to patient, self and others. Positions patient and equipment to best demonstrate the anatomic area of interest, respecting the patient’s ability, safety and comfort.  Provides for psychological and physical needs of patients for CT procedures.  Practices aseptic technique and applies universal precautions at all times. Applies appropriate infection prevention techniques and processes. 
  • Identifies, prepares and/or administers medications as prescribed by a licensed independent practitioner. Performs venipuncture for contrast media administration as ordered/per test design as necessary for CT procedure being performed within scope of practice.  Loads and operates pressure/power injector for contrast media injection.  May administer oral and/or rectal contrast as needed.   May perform lab draws as applicable.
  • Assists radiologist with CT procedures (biopsies, etc.). Assures time outs are performed.
  • Coordinates scheduling and patient flow. Proficient in clerical skills.  Assists in inventory control.
  • Educates, trains, orients and assists new staff members. Provides education for student technologists.
  • Stays current in Basic Life Support (BLS) and performs BLS as needed.
  • Follows policies, procedures, and safety standards. Completes required education assignments annually. Works toward achieving goals and objectives, and participates in quality improvement initiatives as requested.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.


Minimum Education: 

None specified; however, must be sufficient to meet the standards for achievement of the below indicated license and/or certification as required by the issuing authority.


Minimum Experience: 

Must have successfully completed an educational program that is accredited by a mechanism acceptable to the ARRT.


Licensure Requirement: 

Must have and maintain one of the following:

Path 1:  American Registry of Radiologic Technologists ARRT (R) and within 1 year ARRT (CT) required.

Path 2:  Nuclear Medicine Technology certification board certified (NMTCB) and within one year ARRT (CT) required.

Path 3:  Diagnostic Medical Sonography (ARDMS) and within one year ARRT (CT) required.


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