Vascular Technologist Part Time
Brooksville, FL, United States
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SHIFT: Weekends Only
Part-Time Weekend Opportunity
Oak Hill Hospital
, part of the HCA West and Central Florida hospital system, is a 280-bed acute-care hospital in the community of Brooksville. Our experienced healthcare team is dedicated to diagnosing and treating patients faster than any hospital in the county. We are the area's second largest private employer and offer the only comprehensive heart program in Hernando County. We go out of our way for our patients by offering an expanded ED and these Centers of Excellence:
Chest Pain Center with PCI * Heart & Vascular Institute * Orthopedics & Spine Care Center * Advanced Primary Stroke Center * Women's Services
Oak Hill Hospital is currently accepting applications for an ARDMS-registered Vascular Tech desiring a part-time weekend schedule (0700-1900). The Vascular Tech performs advanced diagnostic vascular non-invasive technological exams. The Vascular Tech (aka Vascular Sonographer) will conduct and document vascular assessments on patients as ordered by Oak Hill Hospital's medical staff. In addition, the Vascular Tech will perform appropriate evaluations of vascular morphology and physiology according to the national standards set forth by the inter-societal commission for the accreditation of vascular laboratories. Working under the direct supervision of the Medical Director of the Cardiology Department, Oak Hill Hospital's vascular surgeons and the Administrative Director of the Cardiopulmonary Department.
- Current ARDMS Ultrasound registry; RVT a plus
- Current Basic Life Support (BLS) certification through the American Heart Association
- Minimum 1-3 years ultrasound experience; Acute-care experience a plus
- Customer service abilities including effective listening skills
- Critical thinking skills, decisive judgment and the ability to work with minimal supervision in a fast-paced environment
- Ability to perform work that requires frequent standing, bending, reaching, squatting, kneeling, moving, lifting of patients and/or equipment up to 50 lbs.