Sonographer - Specialty
Key Qualifications:Licenses & Certifications:ARRT, BLSMinimum Education:BachelorsYears of Experience:1+ yearsSchedule Details:5 days/week, 8 hour shiftsCare Settings:AcuteBenefits:Full benefits About this Company:This facility is a 923-bed medical center serving Northern Virginia, the Washington, DC metro area and beyond. We consistently receive accolades for the high caliber of care provided in both national and regional rankings, and proudly serve as Northern Virginia's only Level 1 Trauma Center.This is also home to a Children's Hospital, Women's Hospital, and a Heart and Vascular Institute. This hospital is home to a robust organ transplant center that serves the region. There is also an independent academic medical center and it serves as a regional medical school campus. This facility also provides residency and fellowship training programs, both independently and through multiple graduate medical education partnerships. We also partner with eight schools of nursing and seven schools of pharmacy. This health system is a global leader in personalized health, which leverages precision medicine to predict, prevent and treat disease, enabling individuals to live longer, healthier lives. They serve more than two million people each year from throughout the Washington, DC, metro area and beyond.Overview:Required skills & experience (the ?must haves? to be considered):1. One year experience in a hospital/healthcare environment in the performance of Specialized Diagnostic Medical Sonography. Three years experience preferred.2. Graduate of accredited school/program of diagnostic medical sonography .3. ARDMS, CCI or ARRT registered. Must have RVT/RVS/VS with specialty in Vascular or Neurosonology; or RDCS/RCS with a specialty in Adult Echo, Fetal Echo or Pediatric EchoWhat you need to know:Provides clinical services according to ultrasound practice standards and acts as a resources to students, residents, fellows and other technologists, to ensure optimal department functions. They will also administer sound patient care practices according to hospital and department policies and procedures, to ensure the safety of the patients.