Adventist Health is more than an award-winning health system. We provide whole-person care to our communities and champion the greater good - from the operating room to the boardroom, we are driven by our unique passion to live God's love through health, wholeness and hope. From Oregon to Oahu, we have a calling to always do more. Now is your chance to apply your passion to our mission.
Adventist HealthPortland is a faith-based, not-for-profit health care network consisting of a 302-bed medical center, 34 medical clinics and home care and hospice services in the Portland metro area. Winner of the Healthgrades 2017 Outstanding Patient Experience award, Adventist HealthPortland is committed to delivering exceptional care. Our full-service acute care medical center provides a full range of inpatient, outpatient, emergency and diagnostic services to communities on the eastside. Our key services include cardiovascular care, emergency services, orthopedics, radiation oncology, surgery, imaging, rehabilitation and labor & delivery. We are staffed with more than 550 physicians, 1,900 employees and over 250 volunteers from our local communities and have been named a Top Workplace by the Oregonian for the second year.
Portland has 11,697 acres of parks, including Forest Park, which is the United States largest urban forest, at 5,157 acres. With 70 miles of trails, its a hiker, mountain biker and runner heaven. Other parks in town include a golf course, swimming pools, picnic areas and off-leash dog areas. Portlands unofficial motto is keep Portland weird. The area fosters a sense of independence, creativity and nonconformity, while maintaining a highly earth-friendly environment. As of January 1, 2018, Adventist Health Portland announced an exciting agreement to integrate services with OHSU.
We're looking for someone to join our team as a Ultrasound Technologist (PD) who:
Performs ultrasonic diagnostic procedures in accordance with accepted protocols as directed by physicians. Produces images of internal body tissues in order to diagnose and monitor a variety of conditions such as heart disease, pregnancy and cancer.
- Uses ultrasound equipment to direct high-frequency sound waves to a prescribed area of the patient's body and capture quality images that describe the composition, shape and motion of tissues, organs, vessels and pathology. Summarizes, documents, verifies and presents images, findings, calculations and measurements to physicians for diagnoses. Adheres to ultrasonic diagnostic procedures, precautions and standards.
- Provides direct patient care, including assessing patient condition and ability to cooperate. Positions patients and equipment, prepares patients for procedures and continually monitors and records vital signs. Observes for reactions and signs of impending complications and intervening as needed.
- Maintains accurate records, files and billing information. Ensures the integrity of patient medical images and data while adhering to Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and other patient confidentiality guidelines and regulations.
- Prepares rooms and patients for subsequent ultrasound procedures.
- Verifies operational status of equipment prior to daily utilization.
- Performs other job-related duties as assigned.
You'll be successful with the following qualifications:
- American Registry of Diagnostic Medical Sonography (ARDMS) certification: Required
- American Registry of Radiologic Technologist (ARRT) in Sonography: Preferred