Pediatric Echo/Vascular Sonographer II

Pediatric Echo/Vascular Sonographer II

Intermountain Healthcare | Salt Lake City, UT, 84190, US

Posted 3 days ago

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**Job Description:**

This position performs a variety of diagnostic cardiac/vascular exams under the direction of a physician for identification of abnormalities leading to patient diagnosis.

**Position Details:**

Full time position. Multiple shifts available. Schedule negotiable.

Rotational weekend/weeknight call when fully trained

Shared/rotational call for holidays

Will be located in Echocardiology

Job Essentials

Prioritizes and schedules exams. Coordinates exams with medical staff, physician offices, other staff and patients.

Prepares for the exam by follow patient identification processes, educating patient and family on procedure, and transporting the patient.

Performs ultrasound exams consistent with related protocols and in a timely manner. Appropriately uses equipment, ensures patient safety and comfort, and achieves quality outcomes.

After the exam, returns patient to room and ensures patient stability and safety.

Throughout process, identifies patient needs and appropriately communicates and coordinates patient care with physician, other staff, patient, and family.

Appropriately documents exam results and other needed information. Accurately charges for exams and supplies.

Cleans and maintains equipment and work area and stocks supplies. Follows appropriate channels to coordinate repair or supply needs.

Supports team and quality improvement processes and initiatives.

Participates in educational opportunities to ensure clinical competence and develop additional skills and knowledge.

Provides education for other staff members, fellows, and students as appropriate.

Minimum Qualifications

ARDMS or CCI certification in cardiac sonography.

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ARDMS or CCI certification in vascular sonography.

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Successfully completed two or more vascular or echo registries (adult, pediatric, fetal) pertinent to the dept (beyond physics).

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Basic Life Support Certification (BLS) for healthcare providers.

Two years of related experience.

Preferred Qualifications

Bachelor's degree. Education must be obtained from an accredited institution. Degree will be verified.

**Physical Requirements:**

Hearing/Listening, Lifting, Manual Dexterity, Seeing, Standing.


Primary Childrens Hospital

**Work City:**

Salt Lake City

**Work State:**


**Scheduled Weekly Hours:**


The hourly range for this position is listed below. Actual hourly rate dependent upon experience.

$39.81 - $61.42

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