Estimated: $57,000 - $76,000 a year
- Communication skills
- Registered Diagnostic Medical Sonographer
- Computer skills
- CPR Certification
- Associate's degree
Full Job Description
Under the direction of the Director operates diagnostic ultrasound equipment and produces cardiac images. Examinations performed include diagnostic echocardiograms, stress echo procedures, contrasted echo procedures, transesophageal echoes. Responsible for assuring a high level of quality in all exams and providing the interpreting physician with all of the necessary information in order to make an accurate diagnosis. Collaborates with other departments to provide procedures, timely and efficiently for all involved.
Associate of Science degree in health care related field and completion of an ultrasound training program OR successful completion of a two year ultrasound training program with cardiac focus.
Must have current CPR certification. A valid certification in Cardiac Ultrasound from one of the following certifying bodies: American Registry of Diagnostic Medical Sonographers; American registry of Radiologic Technologists; Or be registry eligible and obtain valid certification within 24 months of graduation from an approved cardiac ultrasound training program, or completion of approved cross-training
Ability and knowledge of imaging the various anatomical structures and differentiating artifacts. Must be able to lift 75 lbs. , 150 lbs. shared lifting. Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills. Must be able to demonstrate a working knowledge of general computer skills and applications. Demonstrate ability to multi-task and work independently using critical thinking skills. Must share responsibility to cover call, weekends and holidays.
Location: Parkview Health · CARD-BRYAN-ADMIN
Schedule: Non-benefited, Days, 8am-5pm