Echo Tech

Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center in Chicago, IL is currently looking to hire an Echo Tech.  For more information on this position and how to apply, please see below:
Cardiology U/S Tech (Echo)

Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center, located on Chicago’s North Side, is one of the state’s largest, most comprehensive nonprofit medical centers. Illinois Masonic Medical Center offers a wide range of medical specialties and is nationally recognized for its medical expertise, use of the most innovative technologies and dedication to patient safety, quality and service.  A commitment to community, medical education and ongoing clinical research affirms our mission of providing patients the highest quality care in Chicagoland, as illustrated by our many honors, including being named a 100 Top Hospital by Truven Health Analytics.
This position will need to recognize the needs and behaviors of a variety of age groups treated, i.e., understand child growth and development, normal patterns of adolescent behavior and look for signs of normal aging prior experience with various groups is preferred
Basic knowledge of anatomy and physiology
To provide to the interpreting physician, through the noninvasive diagnostic imaging techniques of ultrasound, a complete and accurate documentation of cardiac anatomy and cardiac performance for all age groups ranging from various stages of fetal development and including pediatric, adults and cases of organ donation. To assist the physician in determining cardiac structure and myocardial performance via transesophageal echo studies (TEE), stress echocardiograms and dobutamine stress echocardiograms.
Provides competent and proficient technical skills in the performance of STAT and routine cardiac ultrasounds implementing procedural standards and protocols for the following modalities
Provides clerical functions necessary for physician’s interpretation, department, records, and patient billing
Maintains professional growth, self-development, objectives, skill enhancement and commitment to the organization
Provides patient care specific to procedural requirements within department policies
Interacts with medical staff, nurses and other hospital departments regarding patient care and department procedures
Maintains a safe and efficient work environment
Position Requirements:

Associate degree health-related field.
Registered diagnostic cardiac sonographer.

Demonstrated skills for advanced learning in ultrasound.

RDCS or CCI eligible and accredited within one year
To apply, please send your resume to Denise Alexander at and indicate in the email the name of the position and the company you are applying for.
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