Ultrasound Technologist Jobs in New York City, New York
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We have numerous opportunities for experienced Ultrasound Technologist. Full time, part time and per diem opportunities available. Especially need experienced technologists to cover weekends in hospitals. Requires one year paid experience and RDMS. We offer: - Excellent Pay - Direct Deposit - Flexible Schedules - Vacation - Free Continuing Education Classes Winston Medical Staffing has been in bus...
USA Vein Clinics are currently seeking an experienced Ultrasound Technologist/Vascular Sonographer for the company's clinics in Brooklyn, Queens, Manhattan. Qualifications: * Certificate of Completion from an accredited Ultrasound program * Registered Vascular Technologist (RVT / RVS) is preferred * Russian language is required, Spanish/Polish/Greek or any other language is a big plus. * Cultural...
Job Purpose: Produces and evaluates ultrasound images and related data by utilizing high frequency sound waves and other diagnostic techniques. Duties: * Facilitates diagnostic results by obtaining, reviewing, and bringing together pertinent patient history, physical examination, and supporting clinical data. * Registers patients by entering patient identifying information into computer; updating...
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Whats the difference between a sonographer technologist and a radiology technologist?
I'm very interested in the field, but i'm confused to know the difference. If anybody know's the salary difference and job qualification difference in terms of how hard the training is between the two...
What is the difference between a ultrasound technician and a radiology technician?
What are there requirements and pay rate. Which field is more competitive at finding a job and has more opportunities.Overall, which one is better.
What does a Ultrasound Technician major in & what university should i apply in?
I am a student in high school and very interested in becoming a Ultrasound Technician, but I do not know what subject to major in or what University to apply to. And also how many years would it take ...
Can someone tell me who is the person who does the ultrasounds on pregnant women called?
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What is the difference between a certificate, diploma, and associate's degree in sonography?
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$39,520.00 - $83,200.00
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Produces and evaluates ultrasound images and related data by utilizing high frequency sound waves and other diagnostic techniques.
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Records information by entering test data and patient information into computer; recording diagnostic data on magnetic tape, computer disk, strip printout, or film; producing permanent record of test results.
Registers patients by entering patient identifying information into computer; updating medical database; obtaining patient consent forms.
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