Examines orders and verifies the patient request for accuracy.
Operates Ultrasound equipment to make quality images of designated portions of the body under the direct order of a physician and in accordance with radiation safety procedures.
Completes required paperwork/orders, email order request and authorization in a timely and accurate manner.
Accurately records patient medical history on designated history form.
Correlates test results and other lab data with exam being performed.
Performs basic patient care functions and informs appropriate nursing staff if needed
Operates radiology computer system
Monitor supplies/stock room/equipment.
Proactively initiates ordering or repairs, as needed.
Effectively communicates with provider for protocols, as needed
Various duties as they arise
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Benefits of Joining Skin & Aesthetic Centers
Generous compensation with sign-on bonus and 18 days of paid PTO!
Comprehensive medical plan offerings with S&A contributing 80% towards premiums
Employer monthly contribution to HSA (for those selecting that plan option)
Extensive ancillary benefits: dental, vision, voluntary life insurance, hospital indemnity, critical illness, EAP, legal assistance, and more!
Company-paid life insurance, short- and long-term disability
Company 401k match
1-3 years’ experience in vascular ultrasound
ARDMS certified or Board eligible required; RVT and CPR certified
Must be able to perform procedures in accordance with the CR (what is CR?) departmental protocols and standards
Must be up to date with local and federal regulations that apply to their licensure and role
Must be able to review the patient history for any pertinent information Must be able to communicate with the provider if a protocol needs to be obtained or a test needs to be altered
Must be able to report malfunctioning equipment to the clinic manager, and vendors if appropriate.
Must have clear and positive communication skills
Ability to adapt to new and various situations and procedures according to patient capability
Must be able to differentiate artifacts from anatomical or pathological structures and recognize any imaging abnormalities
Must be able to stand/walk for extended periods of time. Must be able to lift 50-75 lbs (I think this is a high lifting standard. Maybe 40#).