Ultrasound Technologist PRN

Ultrasound Technician
PRN

Medical City Weatherford is a 103-bed, all private room hospital that includes a network of medical clinics serving Parker County. The dedicated and experienced medical staff represents more than 31 medical specialties. Medical City Weatherford's comprehensive healthcare services encompass inpatient and outpatient care, and medical, surgical and emergency care, to name a few. The hospital has received numerous awards and recognition, including Press Ganey Summit Award, The Joint Commission's Top Performer in Key Quality Measures and The Joint Commission's Gold Seal of Approval.

The Ultrasound Tech will provide optimum patient care while performing various Ultrasound exams in the Radiology Department, such as gallbladder, abdominal, testicular, pelvic, and OB sonography. They will successfully perform all Ultrasound exams per department standards. The Ultrasound Tech must be able to correctly identify cross sectional anatomy on all images for the Radiologist, identify all areas of interest and image anatomy in varied patient positions, and be able to do so under difficult patient conditions.

Among additional responsibilities of the Ultrasound Tech are recognizing and reporting equipment malfunctions, immediate cleaning of all equipment used after each patient, proper use of all PPE per hospital standards, correctly charging all exams, and immediate submission of exams for viewing by the Radiologist. The Ultrasound Tech will perform any other duties as assigned by the Director of Radiology, the Medical Director of Radiology and/or the Shift Supervisor.

Medical City North Hills is licensed for 164 beds and is fully accredited by the Joint Commission. A Level III trauma center, Medical City North Hills is a Primary Stroke Center with disease specific certification for hip, knee, shoulder and cardiac care. Medical City North Hills is the first hospital in the U.S. to have a Cycle 4 Chest Pain Center designation and the first in North Texas to attain Cycle 5 accreditation with PCI and Resuscitation.
Qualifications:
Education: High School Diploma or GED and graduate of a school of Radiology and/ or graduate of a program in Ultrasound

Experience: Two years of previous clinical experience

Licenses/Certificates: ARRT, RDCS, RDMS, RVT or RCVT certification; must obtain required CEU's in each the renewal period as required by certification. Must be registry eligible.