- The Diagnostic Medical Sonographer is responsible for the independent operation of sonographic equipment, and for performing and communicating results of diagnostic examinations using sonography.
- Responsible for daily operations of the sonographic laboratory, patient schedule, equipment maintenance, the report of equipment failures, and quality assessment (QA).
- Maintains a high standard of medical ethics at all times and is self-motivated to increase level of understanding and knowledge of the field, disease, and new procedures as they evolve.
- The scope of practice of the Diagnostic Medical Sonographer includes those procedures, acts and processes permitted by law, for which the individual has received education and clinical experience, has demonstrated competency, and has completed the appropriate ARDMS certification(s) which is the standard of practice in ultrasound.
- ARDMS licensure required, OB/GYN preferred, abdominal small parts, vascular-minimum lower extremity venous, Echo preferred.
- ARRT, CRT, BLS, ACLS
- 4-10 hour day shifts, must take call every other weekend and some week days.
- New graduates are encouraged to apply.
- Health, Dental, Life Insurance
- Paid time off
- Low Patient-to- Staff Ratio
- Continuing Education
- Tuition Assistance
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