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POSITION SUMMARY: The role of a registered diagnostic medical sonographer involves independently performing standard and complex ultrasound examinations and assisting physicians in the course of ultrasound-guided interventional procedures.
Education: An individual who has completed a program in ultrasound and/or a related Allied Health Field. CAAHEP accredited sonography program preferred.
Experience: Experience with General, OBGYN, abdominal, small parts and vascular ultrasounds. Breast and neonatal ultrasound experience preferred.
Knowledge and Skills: The sonographer must have an understanding of anatomy and basic pathology associated with exams being performed.
License/Certifications: An individual who holds and maintains (via continuing education credits) current certification from the ARDMS in multiple areas, and has a current Healthcare Provider CPR card.
Equipment: The sonographer should be knowledgeable of the ultrasound equipment and ancillary accessories needed to perform basic and special procedures. Personal computer.
Physical Requirements: Must be able to perform the essential physical requirements of the job.
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