Job Summary: The Diagnostic Vascular Sonographer must be an experienced and skilled ultrasonographer and diagnostician in the field of vascular physiology. This person needs to perform and evaluate all of the noninvasive vascular studies in order to interpret and report them accurately. These studies include peripheral hemodynamics pulsed-wave and color flow doppler, and ultrasound as it pertains to vascular pathophysiology. Sound clinical skills help in the assessment and diagnosis of cerebrovascular occlusive disease, peripheral arterial occlusive disease and venous pathophysiology.
Requirements: High School graduate. Bachelor of Science degree is preferred, but not required. Two years of radiologic/imaging experience. RVT trained and experience in vascular ultrasound at least 2 years preferred. Graduate of a CAAHEP-approved school of Ultrasongraphy, or has received education and clinical experience and demonstrated competence to obtain appropriate ARDMS certification. ARDMS Registered or ARDMS candidate and RVT. Current BCLS certification. Knowledge and understanding of general anatomy, physiology and medical terminology.
Skills: Basic computer knowledge. Excellent Customer Service skills.