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Vascular Technologist

Sonographer performing general Ultrasound and Vascular Diagnostic Technologist.

Our radiologists rely on Ultrasound and vascular technologists to properly maintain the equipment, administer the test and provide accurate results. The job of the General Ultrasound and Vascular Technologist is an important one to patients and doctors. Beyond the technology, this role also requires someone who can provide compassionate, pleasant care to patients and communicate well with doctors.

Are you able to accurately follow written orders and procedures? Do you enjoy working with patients? Are you safe, consistent and thorough in your work? We have a special place for your skills.


  • Prepare and maintain diagnostic equipment and supplies.

  • Schedule patients in a timely and consistent manner. Perform STAT and ASAPs as outlined in department guidelines. Respond appropriately to call.

  • Demonstrate clinical competence.

  • Make notifications of clinical significance which could affect the interpretation of a test, including patient history and physiological findings.

  • Compile all paperwork appropriately and in a timely manner. Assures transfer of data to interpreting physician.

  • Utilize appropriate safety measures for all concerned within area of responsibility.

  • Verify each patient’s identification by armband or by inquiry of patient that requires certain information known to them to confirm their identity.

  • Obtain, review and utilize all historical information relevant to the procedure being requested. Educate and inform patients to promote understanding and cooperation to insure optimal quality of procedures.

  • Instruct and orient employees and students in proper performance of diagnostic procedures and functions of the department.

  • Review test images to check for quality and sufficient coverage. Compare patients’ most recent scans to previous results and assess diagnostic information. Provide summary findings for physicians and other medical professionals involved with a patient’s case.

  • Adhere to OSHA, DOT, EPA, DNREC, and HFAP safety codes, regulations, and requirements.?


  • Talk to others to convey information effectively.

  • Actively looking for ways to help people.

  • Use logic and reasoning to identify the strengths and weaknesses of alternative solutions, conclusions or approaches to problems.

  • Monitor/Assess performance of you, other individuals, or organizations to make improvements or take corrective action.

  • Identify complex problems and reviewing related information to develop and evaluate options and implement solutions.

  • Understand the implications of new information for both current and future problem-solving and decision-making.

  • Basic computer knowledge

  • Effectively communicate verbally and in writing.

Travel is Required:

Never or Rarely

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