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Who are you? To succeed in our high-energy, high-reward environment, our clinicians provide compassionate critical care and deliver exceptional patient experiences, meaningful outcomes, and bonds for life.
As our most acute level of care, Kindred’s transitional care hospitals offer the same critical care patients receive in a traditional hospital or intensive care unit, but for an extended recovery period. Our clinicians play a vital role in the recovery process for chronic, critically ill and medically complex patients.
As an Ultrasound Technologist you will:
Produce two dimensional ultrasonic recordings of internal organs for use by Physician in diagnosis of disease and study of malfunction of organs.
Performs ultrasonic diagnostic procedures of specified body areas by properly positioning patients and locating/scanning areas for interpretation as directed by the physician or radiologist.
Explains procedures to patients and/or family members ensuring cooperation and optimum test results to reduce anxiety.
Performs ultrasonic diagnostic
procedures of specified body areas by properly positioning patients and
locating/scanning areas for interpretation as directed by the physician or
Explains procedures to patients and/or
family members ensuring cooperation and optimum test results and to reduce
Develops film using automatic film
processing equipment and assembles all necessary patient information (i.e.,
history and past films/records). Delivers to Radiologist/Physician for
interpretation/review following established procedures.
Prepares or cleans patient rooms by
changing linens, stocking supplies, wiping off tables and cleaning equipment,
ensuring an efficient and clean working environment.
Assists physicians with such procedures
as needle biopsies, renal biopsies, etc. by scanning patient, marking patient’s
body and determining angle of puncture as requested.
Schedules patients as needed and
ensures patients receive adequate service.
Maintains patient information by
purging or updating patient film jackets and/or filing reports or film files to
ensure accurate patient records.
Maintains ultrasound equipment by
performing scheduled cleanings/tests and documents results. Contacts service
personnel and notifies supervision of malfunctioning equipment.
Performs other related duties as
directed in order to support the achievement of established goals and
As an Ultrasound Technologist you will have:
- Satisfactory completion of a formal Ultrasound training program or equivalent training as specified by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT).
- Current certification in Basic Life Support (BLS)
- Registration through the ARDMS (Registry of Diagnostic Medical Sonographers) is preferred.
- Two (2) years of Ultrasound experience is preferred.