Troy Community Hospital
Ultrasound Certification required
The diagnostic sonographer utilizes high frequency sound waves and other diagnostic techniques for medical diagnosis.
High School Grad or Equivalent
Minimum of three months experience.
- Performs the scanning examination requested by the referring physician, modifying the examination, depending on the findings demonstrated, and review the examination with the supervising radiologist.
- Assists the radiologist or the clinician in special procedures such as percutaneous fluid aspiration or biopsy procedures.
- Performs examination at the bedside using portable equipment.
- Teaches ultrasound technique to student technologists.
- Performs routine equipment checks for resolution and other quality control procedures, as necessary.
- Must be able to react quickly to emergency situations such as patient fainting, patient being unsteady while getting on to scanning table, if unsafe situation occurs (such as a fire), getting patient to safety and sounding alarm.
- Ability to work alone (on call) and get job done in an efficient manner.
- Must be able to lift, push, reach, bend, stop and walk in order to care for patients. Must be able to perform a stand-pivot transfer with a 105-pound patient.
How To Apply
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