Saint Peter's Healthcare System
  • New Brunswick, NJ, USA
  • Part Time

The renowned Regional Perinatal Center at Saint Peter's University Hospital, is seeking an experienced, passionate Ultrasound Technologist to join the Antenatal Testing team on a part time basis!

This position will be 20 hours/3 days per week- preferably Monday, Thursday and Friday but can be flexible.

Responsibilities include:

  • Performing ultrasound procedures following the SPUH ultrasound scanning protocol appropriate to the ages of the patients.

  • Must be able to recognize normal from abnormal anatomy in order to make proper preliminary diagnosis.

  • Assists Perinatologists during imaging and/or interventional procedures.
  • Assists in training of co-workers, Fellows, Residents, Medical students and ultrasound students. Demonstrates the knowledge and skills necessary to provide care.
  • Preparing patient for ultrasound procedure- this includes proper clothing, educating patient and family - if pediatric patient ease fears.

  • Assisting Radiologist to obtain a diagnosis

  • Determining when a patient should be held until their physician is contacted with results of the procedure

  • Accurately recording a complete technologist 'note' to include all pertinent information concerning the exam/procedure.

Requirements:

  • Graduate from an approved school of medical ultrasound technology.

  • Requires national registry in ultrasound (RDMS).

  • Requires communication skills sufficient for effective communication with patients, physicians and staff.

  • A minimum of 1 year of experience in High Risk OB.
  • BLS Certified.

  • Nuchal translucency certification (NT) required.

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Saint Peter's Healthcare System
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