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Echo Technologist

Company: UT Health Pittsburg
Location: Pittsburg
Posted on: April 2, 2024

Job Description:


Join our team as a PRN, Echo Tech in Pittsburg, TX. - -Fulfilling your purpose begins here:People First, Always. Here's how we take care of our people:

  • Competitive salaries, support teams and growth opportunities.Your team is bigger than your department:
    • UT Health Pittsburg offers 25 private rooms, a 24-hour Level IV trauma center and Level III stroke center, surgical suites, advanced diagnostics, a sleep lab, swing bed care, 16 physician offices, and a UT Health East Texas Olympic Center fitness facility.
    • We believe healthcare is a team sport and every player has something to contribute. We show compassion, celebrate differences and treat one another with respect.

      Performs ultrasound procedures for all ages by utilizing imaging modalities in order to aid in the diagnosis and treatment of heart disease. Subject to overtime and call back as required by the hospital.

      Job Requirements: -
      • High School graduate or equivalent.
      • Qualified second year student from an allied Health Echocardiography program
      • Echo Registry eligible per ICAEL standards
      • CPR Certified Basic Life Support (BLS)
      • CPR Certified Basic Life Support within 90 days of hire date.
      • Echo registered in RDCS or RCS within six (6) months of hire date.Preferred Job Requirements: - -
        • Allied Health degree in Cardiac Ultrasound experience performing Echocardiagraphy studies
        • Minimum of 1 year of patient care experience
        • Minimum of 1 year of experience performing Echocardiography studies -

Keywords: UT Health Pittsburg, Longview , Echo Technologist, Other , Pittsburg, Texas

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