Imaging Technologist - Ultrasound, Ellensburg, WA
Who is KVH
With a critical access hospital named in the Top 50 nationwide, and a variety of specialty clinics and services, we know that you would be proud to call KVH your home for health. KVH is an integrated healthcare delivery system that includes 24-hour emergency care, inpatient and out patient hospital services through KVH Hospital. Clinics include family medicine, internal medicine, orthopedics, general surgery, women's health, and urgent care. Specialty services provide home health and hospice, physical, speech and occupational therapies and a geriatric nurse practitioner program.
What you can expect...
Work-life balance is important to us. We value your mental well-being as much as your skills to perform the job and therefore offer a competitive PTO plan, benefits package as well as a 7% employer contribution pension plan. When you're away from the office, we want you to be able to enjoy this beautiful setting. Commute to work by mountain bike. Hike in the wilderness on your day off. Back-country ski from your door, or from lifts within an hour's drive.
The global responsibility of this position and all positions within the department of Imaging Services is to provide quality diagnostic images, comfort, and care for patients and employees at KVH. As a part of this, all employees are responsible for seeking ways to provide input to continuously improve our operation and procedures. The radiologic technologist is responsible for reviewing radiologic requests for appropriateness, verification of physician orders, and performance of the procedure in a safe, caring and timely manner. In addition, the radiologic technologist must consistently produce quality images for the radiologist to interpret and report to the requesting physician. He/she must maintain a high level of professional expertise and assumes the responsibility for professional growth and development. The art and practice of diagnostic imaging requires in depth knowledge of human growth, human anatomy and physiology, proper anatomical positioning, normal and abnormal pathology and physiological responses, disabilities, manifestations of diseases and trauma. Qualifications
What is required...
- High school diploma or equivalent
- Satisfactory completion of formal training from an AMA-approved school of Radiologic Technology
- A clinical internship from an AMA-approved school of Radiologic Technology
- Some type of ultrasound experience; either through school education, clinical internship, or previous work experience
What is preferred...
- Previous experience in x-ray
Wage Range: $29.41 - $42.67 (depends on applicable experience)
FTE: 1.0 (40 hours/week)