Cardiac Sonographer- Currently a full time Registered Diagnostic Cardiac Sonographer for Adults and Elders since 2008. Organized and efficient in balancing my career between two very diverse hospital settings. Enjoy the opportunity to utilize different skill sets between two busy health systems. Skilled in transthoracic, transesophageal, stress, and pharmacological stress echocardiography on a daily routine. Experienced in conducting and analyzing 3D images for the Cardiologist and Surgeons pre and post surgical interventions. Proficient in strain imaging. Enthusiastic in educating and training colleagues, students, residents and fellows as well as patient education. Recognized for appropriate timeliness for critical studies that need an emergent treatment plan. Efficient in a variety of machines, including the following: Phillips IE33 and Epiq, GE, Acuson, and the Toshiba Artida.
Diagnostic Medical Sonographer Certificate/Diploma in an accredited school, specialized in ultrasound, stress testing and cardiac pathology.
This position includes full echocardiogram protocols, stress, dobutamine stress echocardiograms, transesophageal echocardiograms, TAVR, LVAD follow up care, and 3D/strain capabilities with new high tech Epic machines. Duties also include: cleaning, stocking the rooms, IT issues, QA and PM for the machines, and trouble shooting. As a recently hired staff sonograher, I have already completed over 2,000 studies for the veterans. Also have become an advanced imaging sonographer and staff trainer in my relatively new hired position.
Cardiac Sonographer- This position included stress echocardiograms, portable transthoracic echocardiograms, transesophageal echocardiograms, and surgery settings for pre and post op on repairs/replacements. Designated to work in the hospital as well as in the office settings. Electrocardiograms were included in emergency situations. Stress echocardiograms included pharmacological stress echocardiograms and prepping the patient for the procedure.
Cardiac Sonographer Tech II 2009-Present- Registered diagnostic cardiac sonographer in the laboratory and at the cardiology satellite offices. Requirements include all aspects of an echocardiogram exam: strong knowledge of pathology/anatomy, equipment, and working with students/staff. Responsible for operations to function well in the department. Competence with all aspects of exams: transesophoageal, transthoracic, pharmacological echocardiography. Minimum of two years experience, in a tertiary care setting.
RESEARCH - Responsible for all aspects of patient care regarding research protocols, conveying information storage, assuring CD and necessary paper work made for the research lab as needed.
Medical Assistant- Certified medical assistant. This position included all the following responsibilities: vital signs, taking the patients back into the exam rooms for multiple physicians, take out IV's post homeopathic treatments, secretary responsibility, billing, filing, charting, cleaning rooms, mailing supplements, supplying/ordering supplements, and confirming appointments by mail and phone calls. I also assisted physicians with ear cleaning/wax removal.
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