Thomasville, Georgia, Perform high quality non-invasive vascular ultrasound exams Physician consistently approves of performed exams Exams are preformed to accepted protocol Assists physician with invasive venous procedures Maintains high standard of technical skill by performing imaging and Doppler exams Accurately take patient history for exams and list all procedures patients have had in clinic and hospital. Obtain appropriate patient histories, utilizes archiving software for efficient image recall and locating prior reports/studies pertinent to exams being done. Coordinate patient care between technologist and clerical staff to facilitate a smooth workflow Maintain and scan patient ultrasound drawings Ensure work areas are professional and free of clutter. Triage patient phone calls; answer appropriate patient questions and return all phone calls in a timely manner. Take labeled photos of the patient’s veins, wounds, or skin changes as requested by the provider. Download, label and import patient photos into EMR. Perform ABI’s and LEA for arterial patients as requested by the provider. Obtain accurate measurements for patients needing compression hosiery. Restock all patient exam rooms with clean linens, pillow cases, shorts, & supplies, etc. Keep all license and/or certifications current and at all times work to continue education through many available resources. Registered Vascular TechnologistVIEW JOB POSTING
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