Registered Vascular Ultrasound Technologist
Posted on 1/9/2023

501-1,000 employees

Primary care physician platform
Merritt Island, FL, USA
Experience Level
  • Experience: At least two years in vascular sonography, required
  • Experience in ultrasound-guided procedures, preferred
  • Education: High School Diploma or GED
  • Graduate of accredited diagnostic medical ultrasound program, with vascular specialty preferred, or the equivalent vascular experience and competency. Salary based on experience and certifications
  • Certifications: Certification by the ARDMS as a Registered Vascular Technologist (RVT) or certification by CCI as a Registered Vascular Specialist (RVS), required
  • Certification by the ARDMS with Abdomen (AB) specialty, preferred
  • CPR certification, preferred
  • Registered Vascular Technologist certification (RVT) (Required)
  • Associate (Preferred)
  • Assesses patients and obtains medical history to correlate with physician's order for test(s) to be performed
  • Consults supervisor and/or provider, when necessary, to determine appropriate vascular ultrasound procedure
  • Selects and safely uses appropriate ultrasound equipment for examinations
  • Demonstrates knowledge of ultrasound equipment and its usage for examinations
  • Prepares emergent and non-emergent ultrasound findings and documents those findings in report form
  • Reviews technical findings with physician, physician assistant, nurse practitioner, and/or supervisor
  • Assists with vascular ultrasound team in IAC/ICAVL accreditation process
  • Attends and participates in staff meetings
  • Maintains a safe and clean work environment
  • Provides assistance to administrative, medical, and technical staff when necessary
  • Competently performs the following vascular ultrasound examinations and adheres to lab protocols: Upper and Lower Arterial Studies (non-invasive physiological studies), with and without exercise; Upper and Lower Digital Pressures to include cold immersion, if indicated; Upper and Lower Extremity Arterial Duplex; Aorto-iliac, Renal Artery, and Mesenteric Artery Duplex; Carotid Artery Duplex; Echocardiogram's