Atlantic Health System is seeking a Cardiovascular Ultrasound Tech for the vascular laboratory department at Overlook Medical Center to work various shift including weekends as needed.
OMC Vascular Lab is looking for a PD Vascular Ultrasound Technologist to perform non-invasive diagnostic studies in accordance with established department protocols based on IAC standards
The candidate should possess sonographic skills in testing lower extremity venous, extracranial carotid arteries, physiologic testing (PVR), bypass grafts, dialysis and abdominal scanning
Knowledge of DICOM workflow inclusive of work list, imaging, exporting, and preliminary reports is strongly preferred
High School Diploma Required
The candidate must be a graduate of a CAAHEP accredited vascular sonography program and possess an ARDMS or CCI credentials.
Candidates with a minimum of one-years' experience in the field are preferred however new graduates that possess a strong background will be considered.
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