The Everett Clinic
At The Everett Clinic, our purpose is simple—do the right thing—for our patients and each other. This philosophy allows us to recruit the best talent and enjoy a reputation as one of the most innovative and high-quality healthcare providers in the country.
Some say we are a medical group, but we like to think we’re a large family. Our team cares about our patients and each other. We offer the best in quality care, advanced technologies and quality facilities.
Our Core Values:
We do what is right for each patient.
We provide an enriching and supportive workplace.
Our team focuses on value: service, quality, and cost.
Under general supervision of the Ultrasound Lead and the Medical Director, the ultrasound technologist employs professional imaging skills to assure quality management of all patients (neonate through geriatric). The responsibilities include, but are not limited to, quality control, ultrasound safety and the adherence to American College of Radiology and/or ARDMS guidelines. The position requires excellent positioning, communication, organizational, problem solving and leadership skills.
This is a part time position with variable hours and schedule
- Graduate of a formal Diagnostic Medical Sonography Program that is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP).
- Active certification by American Registry of Diagnostic Medical Sonographers (ARDMS) in the appropriate specialties.
- Basic Life Support (BLS) for Healthcare Providers (through the American Heart Association).
Minimum: Radiologic Technologist (RT) license through the Washington State Department of Health.
Minimum: ARRT certification with the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists.
Minimum: Basic Life Support (BLS) for Healthcare Providers (through the American Heart Association.
Preferred: One year of scanning in a clinical/hospital setting.
Ability to effectively operate sonographic equipment. Ability to evaluate sonograms in order to acquire appropriate diagnostic information. Ability to integrate diagnostic sonograms, laboratory results, patient history and medical records, and adapt sonographic examination as necessary. Ability to use independent judgment to acquire the optimum diagnostic sonographic information in each examination performed. Ability to evaluate, synthesize, and communicate diagnostic information to the attending physician. Ability to communicate effectively with the patient and the health care team, recognizing the special nature of sonographic examinations and patient’s needs. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with the public and health care team. Ability to follow established departmental procedures. Ability to work efficiently and cope with emergency situations. Emotional and physical health sufficient to meet the demands of the position.
DaVita Medical Group manages and operates medical groups and affiliated physician networks in California, Nevada, New Mexico, Florida, Colorado and Washington in its pursuit to deliver excellent-quality health care in a dignified and compassionate manner. As of June 30, 2016 DaVita Medical Group (formerly HealthCare Partners) provided integrated care management for approximately 760,000 patients. DaVita Medical Group’s leadership development initiatives and social responsibility efforts have been recognized by Fortune, Modern Healthcare, Newsweek and WorldBlu.
We are committed to bringing the benefits of coordinated care to our patients and to taking a leading role in the transformation of the national healthcare delivery system to assure quality, access, and affordable care for all.
If you’re looking to make a difference with a large, financially stable, well-recognized medical group, DaVita Medical Group may be the employer for you.
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Last Updated December 4, 2017