Ultrasound Technologist

  • Northfield Hospital & Clinics
  • Northfield, MN 55057, USA
  • Feb 28, 2020
Medical Imaging Technologist

Job Description

Successfully meets the needs of patients and families by delivering excellent patient care, performing a variety of diagnostic ultrasound procedures in a compassionate and safe manner. Utilizes ultrasound equipment and manipulates technical controls to attain quality diagnostic images and performs procedures in accordance with established practices. Contributes to a positive and collaborative work environment and maintains adequate records by reviewing physician orders for accuracy and completing all post exam activities associated with patient's exam. Responsibilities: Prepare patient for Imaging exams by reviewing provider orders and notes, confirming correct exam to be performed, accurately assessing patient’s needs, positioning patient appropriately for exam and providing patient education Maintain accurate patient records by completing correct and timely entries in all electronic health systems (i.e. HIS/RIS, PHA, PACS) and department specific programs Practice accurate and timely completion of scheduled and unscheduled work in a calm manner. Anticipates work to be done and seeks to assist others, maximizing productivity in both patient care and non-patient care departmental tasks Stay current in the field by enhancing personal professional skills and knowledge through CEUs, self-study, research and dialogue, ensuring competency in all assigned exams and ability to easily float to assigned areas Required Qualifications: RDMS - ARDMS registration in Abdomen or OB/GYN or ARDMS Registry eligible and completion within 6 months of hire RVT – ARDMS registration in Vascular or RVS – ARRT registration in vascular or completion of RVT/RVS within one year of hire BLS certification or willingness to obtain with 6 months of hire(company paid) Schedule: Varying Shifts Must able to work one shift per three months plus call. Call requirements are one weekend (Fri-Sun) per two months or two weeknights per month Northfield Hospital & Clinics is an independent organization with over 800 employees. We are known for our positive work environment and quality patient care. We provide a full spectrum of services with our Hospital and Long Term Care Center in Northfield and primary and specialty clinics in Northfield, Lakeville, Farmington, Faribault and Lonsdale. With us you’ll find competitive pay and benefits (when hired for 40 hours/pay period or more) including health and dental insurance, vision discount plan, life and disability insurance, PTO, tuition reimbursement, and a pension plan with a generous employer contribution.

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