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**This is a FullTime, Vascular Ultrasonographer position at 40hrs per week located at the Vein Center on the Lake Forest Hospital campus.**
About the Northwestern Vein Center
At the Northwestern Vein Center, board-certified interventional radiologists and vascular surgeons collaborate to deliver the highest quality care. We offer treatments to both improve your vein health and give optimal cosmetic results so that you can feel good about your legs. In addition to state-of-the-art imaging and laser technology that allows most patients to be treated without surgery, our team is dedicated to providing individualized care that results in less pain and shorter recovery times.
As a Vein Center, Vascular Ultrasonographer, you will work closely with attending physicians and advanced practice providers from both vascular surgery and interventional radiology. You will be responsible for performing chronic venous insufficiency and non-invasive vascular ultrasound studies; carotid, peripheral arterial, peripheral venous, abdominal vascular, dialysis access, Intraoperative and/or ultrasound guided procedures according to ICAVL standards and current department policies. In addition to compiling and preparing the preliminary report prior to the final reading MD signature. Other responsibilities include but not limited to: caring for and maintains testing equipment; cleaning as required by standards and reporting of malfunctions to appropriate service individuals according to policy. Education and training of, patients and families, physicians, fellows, students, co-workers and new employees in the practice of vascular/vein technology and interpretation of vascular study. #INDN
- High School Diploma or GED equivalent.
- American Registry of Diagnostic Medical Sonography (ARDMS) certification.
- Basic Life Support (American Heart Association) certification.
- Diploma or certificate of completion from an accredited medical sonography program.
- Zero (0) to two (2) years experience in a relevant role.
- Technical competency in relevant specialty.
- Associate or Bachelor Degree.
- Three or more years experience.
- Additional certification relevant to specialty area.
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