Position : Ultrasound Technologist
Explaining the ultrasound procedure to patients, answering their questions, and providing support.
Spreading the ultrasound gel on the surface of patients' bodies over the internal area to be imaged.
Programming and adjusting the scanner for the specific procedure and ensuring the transducer captures images from every angle or section as needed.
Deciding which still images, or sonograms, to capture and present to the Physician for diagnostic purposes.
Evaluating the images for quality and interpreting the images to assist the Physicians in diagnosing and treating diseases.
Presenting the images and your preliminary findings to the Physicians.
Graduate of Committee of Allied Health Education and Accreditation (CAHEA) accredited sonography program or equivalent. Certification by the American
Registry of Diagnostic Medical Sonographers, or equivalent approved certification. Licensed in the State of Oregon as Ultrasonographer or Radiologic
Maintaining patients' records and medical notes on the ultrasound procedure they have undergone.
Maintaining the ultrasound equipment and sterilizing the procedure rooms.
Assisting Radiologists with vascular ultrasound procedures and ultrasound-guided biopsies.