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CT Techs use computerized medical technology to perform non-invasive scans for diagnosis, evaluation, and treatment planning. They work with patients, maintain and prepare equipment, and communicate with doctors. Attention to detail and patience are crucial in this role.
CT Techs require the following certifications:
CT Techs must have a high school degree or GED. They may pursue an Associate's Degree (AD) with a focus on radiography, diagnostic medical sonography, or nuclear medicine technology. Certification in computed tomography from the American Registry for Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) is also necessary.
CT Techs have the following responsibilities: