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We are searching or a registered RDMS Ultrasonographer to provide high quality exams in a friendly, fast paced, professional office. We are certified for OB GYN Ultrasound by the AIUM. In this position, You will perform routine and detailed ultrasound examinations for interpretation by the Radiologist using specialized ultrasound equipment mostly GE Voluson E10 ultrasound machines. This role will assist the interpreting physician and obtain, review, and integrate pertinent patient history and supporting clinical data with imaging records to achieve optimal diagnostic results.
Think you’ve got what it takes?
• Perform high quality Basic and Detailed OB and GYN diagnostic ultrasound imaging exams in accordance with established AIUM and ACOG guidelines and protocols under the supervision of the Radiologist.
• Should be familiar with 2D and 3D transabdominal Scanning, transvaginal scanning of Viabilities, Confirmation of Pregnancy, 76805 Basic Anatomy, 76811 Detailed Anatomy, Fetal Growth, Biophysical Profile, Amniotic Fluid, Subchorionic bleed, Vaginal bleeding in OB and in Gynecology, Auto Accidents, RLQ and LLQ Pain, Fibroids, Ovarian mass, ovarian tumors, ectopic pregnancy, abdominal and pelvic pain.
• Training in Nuchal Translucency, Fetal Nasal Bone and Cervix Length for OB patients preferable.
• Stay current with required CME and updated AIUM and ACOG Guidelines.
• Be experienced in Cine-clips and Still images.
• Reviews clinical information, including relevant personal and family history, exposures, and other risk factors.
• Perform appropriate procedures and record anatomic, pathologic, and/or physiologic data for interpretation by the Radiologist or OB physician.
• Document and process sonographic images and other pertinent observations made during the procedure for presentation to the interpreting physician
• Disinfect the probes and equipment between patients and disinfect vaginal probes using Trophon High level Disinfection.
• Prepare examination findings and communicate clinical information and ultrasound technical findings to the Radiologist.
• Follows the established chain-of-command with all communication within the clinic and department while portraying team spirit with all co-workers and department personnel
• Perform or assists other employees in obtaining appropriate images and assist with performing scheduled equipment maintenance and/or troubleshooting equipment problems.
Being fully vaccinated against COVID-19 is required for all employees at Texas Children’s, unless approved for a medical or religious exemption.
• Completion of a formal 2-year training in a school of ultrasound by the Joint Review committee required
• Bachelor’s degree in diagnostic medical sonography preferred
• RDMS certification required/OB/GYN preferred
• ARRT and CMRT certification preferred
• 3 years’ radiographer/ultrasound experience required
• OBGYN Sonographer or maternal fetal medicine sonographer experience preferred.