Ultrasound Technologist / Sonographer I – United Vein & Vascular Centers – Tampa, FL

Overview:

United Vein & Vascular Centers is a rapidly growing healthcare company headquartered in Tampa, Florida with numerous clinics throughout Florida, Colorado, Arizona, and Illinois. Our practices specialize in office-based, minimally invasive venous surgery. United Vein & Vascular Centers consistently values, recognizes and rewards their team members and has unprecedented organizational culture and leadership. Come join our growing team!

Responsibilities:

The Ultrasound Technologist / Sonographer I will perform all ordered lower extremity vascular exams and assist the physician or provider with phlebology procedures. The Vascular Ultrasound Technologist I works as an active member of the healthcare team, providing safe, effective, and high-quality patient care. They assist in consistent patient education and participate in practice building initiatives and administrative tasks as time permits.

  • Assist the physician during endovenous laser ablation and microphlebectomy procedures.
  • Collaborate with other clinic staff in the set-up and clean-up of the treatment rooms before and after each session to maintain efficient patient flow.
  • Perform patient evaluation and assessment prior to ultrasound examination.
  • Complete all appropriate reports following each patient interaction, following UVVC written ultrasound protocols.
  • Perform ordered duplex ultrasound examination and other imaging studies.
  • Submit diagnostic findings that accurately reflet each patient’s disease process.
  • Maintain equipment and image storage.
  • Assist with management of supply inventory.
  • Other duties as assigned

Qualifications:

  • Must be RVT, RVS or RPhS or eligible to sit for vascular credential.
  • If not already certified, obtain vascular credentials (RVT, RVS, RPhS) within 3 months of hire.
  • If certified, maintain vascular ultrasound credentials by being in good standing with CCI or ARDMS and earning the appropriate amount of CME each cycle period.
  • Once credentialed, obtain a minimum of 30 CME hours every 3 years which focus on vascular ultrasound.
  • Current Basic Life Support for Healthcare Provider (AHA).
  • Minimum 1 year experience performing vascular ultrasound scans preferred.
  • Prior experience with phlebology scans and assisting procedures preferred.
  • Demonstrate desire to learn, grow, and maintain knowledge of industry standards by joining groups, attending meetings, reading journals, and performing research.
    • Suggested organizations: Society for Vascular Ultrasound (SVU), Society for Diagnostic Medical Sonography (SDMS), and the American Venous and Lymphatic Society (AVLS)
  • Dependable; able to meet reliable attendance and punctuality standards.

We Offer:

  • Competitive compensation package
  • Health, vision and dental benefits
  • 401K plan
  • Life insurance (100% company paid)
  • PTO and paid holidays

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