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Ultrasound/General/Echo/Vascular
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Shift: Days, M-F, with occasional on call

Start Date: by 8/20/18

Duration: 13 weeks

Experience: at least 2 years

The Ultrasound Technician is a graduate of an accredited AMA school and registered with the American Registry of Radiologic Technology (ARRT), maintains a State License as a general radiographer, and/or is a Registered Diagnostic Medical Sonographer (RDMS). The Ultrasound Technician is responsible for providing timely diagnostic services to both inpatient and outpatients under the direction of a Radiologist and departmental protocols. Responsibilities include but are not limited to: abdominal, pelvic, (gynecological & obstetrical), and transvaginal sonograms. Additionally is proficient at scanning small parts (thyroid, breast & scrotom) along with ultrasound-guided biopsies, drainage, thoracentesis, paracentesis and aspirations.

 

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Crystal Ray

Crystal.Ray@sunbeltstaffing.com

(813) 792-3406

Imaging - Ultrasound General Travel 5 days ago
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