VPFW is looking to expand our ultrasound department. We have the flexibility to accommodate both part time and full time work schedules.
Essential Functions: • Performs ultrasound and other procedures on patients as directed. • Records findings, forwards images to reading physician. • Obtains and records all pertinent clinical information relating to the procedure. • Reviews charts for patient history. • Ensures all required written and computer documentation, forms and patient medical records are completed in a timely manner. • Maintains ultrasound supplies and cleans equipment.
Knowledge Skills and Abilities: • Display knowledge of the theory, techniques, operation and care of the equipment and the principles of ALARA radiation safety. • Display high degree of working knowledge of ultrasound physics and instrumentation as it applies to image optimization. • Work independently to set priorities and perform job with minimal supervision. • Demonstrate good judgment in handling situations not covered by written or verbal instruction and seek guidance as needed. • Perform work accurately and in a timely manner in an environment of full schedules.
Education and Experience: At minimum 2 years of prior independent OBGYN sonographer experience. Proficiency in GYN and all OB trimester scans.
NT credentialed (preferred)
Physical Requirements: Requires prolonged standing and walking, frequent bending and reaching. Requires lifting of objects up to 50 lbs. Requires eye-hand coordination and manual dexterity. Proficient communicative, auditory and visual skills.
Additional Salary Information: Very competitive salary and bonus program
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About Virginia Physicians For Women
Virginia Physicians for Women is a privately owned OB/GYN specialty practice with six locations across the Richmond Community. VPFW has in house mammography, ultrasound and bone density. With thirty providers and 3 mid levels VPFW is able to provide care for women during all stages of life!