Roper St. Francis Healthcare Ultrasound Tech in Charleston, South Carolina
Following established protocol and under the medical supervision of certified radiologists, Ultrasound technologists will operate non-invasive imaging equipment using high frequency sound waves to produce direct results for interpretation by physician. Technologists will assist the radiologists on procedures as needed and be responsible for supervision of student Radiological Technologists assigned to them.
Sign On Bonus Available
Minimum Qualifications :
Education: Graduate of an accredited school of Allied Health Professionals.
Experience: Prefer one-year experience in diagnostic ultrasound.
Licensure/Certification: Registered with the American Registry of Diagnostic Medical Sonography and/or ARRT Ultrasound; or ten years of recent experience and must obtain registry with the American Registry of Diagnostic Medical Sonography and/or ARRT Ultrasound within six months from date of hire or transfer into position; or current Roper Saint Francis Healthcare teammates with a minimum of 20 years of experience. Prefer registered in Abdomen and OB/GYN. If ARRT, must be certified or provide documentation that certification has been applied for with the South Carolina Radiation Quality Standards Association. Must have a current American Heart Association BLS for Healthcare Provider Card. SCRQSA licensure only required if employee is credentialed as a Radiologic Technologist. Registrations to be verified via applicable sites: www.arrt.org, http://www.ardms.org/registrant_resources/id_cards_status_verification1/
Primary Source Verification: www.scrqsa.org ,
Knowledge/Skills: Must have strong interpersonal and communication skills as well as knowledge of ultrasound physics and cross sectional anatomy. Must have demonstrated ability to perform and teach Ultrasound exams to produce satisfactory diagnostic images for interpretation. Knowledge of OSHA, DHEC, FDA and TJC standards and regulations. Responsible for safe operation of Ultrasound equipment. Ability to operate standard office equipment.
Other: Requires a mature individual who projects a professional and business-like appearance. Must maintain strict confidentiality of work related information.
Contacts : Frequent personal contact with patients, staff, physicians, student Technologists