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The Cardiac sonographer (Echocardiographer) functions as a healthcare provider who, working under the delegated authority of the supervising Cardiology physician, serves as a medical imaging professional providing clinically relevant information to assist the Cardiologist with the diagnosis and treatment of patients. The Cardiac Sonographer role and responsibilities include providing diagnostic medical sonography images of the heart, cardiac chambers, valves, and vessels. The Cardiac Sonographer activities are performed consistent with their education and training, and in accordance with facility policies and procedures and applicable professional standards.
Allied Health and Accreditation program graduate or equivalent
NM Medical Imaging and Radiation Therapy Program Licensure (NMMIRT)
(ARDMS) American Registry for Diagnostic Medical Sonography or Ultrasound Certification from the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists or Cardiovascular Credentialing International (CCI) certification w/in 1 year
CPR Certification for Healthcare/BLS Providers or for Professional Rescuers or must obtain within 30 calendar days of date of position
We offer a generous compensation package, including medical & dental benefits, paid holidays, vacation & sick leave, tuition reimbursement, and relocation reimbursement.
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As a teaching hospital and the only Level 1 Trauma Center in the state of New Mexico, we offer our professionals the opportunity to do impactful work and to grow, as individuals and a team.
- New Mexico's only Academic Medical Center
- Serving more than 450,000 outpatients each year
- Recognized for 13 pediatric subspecialties
- Treating more than 90,000 emergency patients annually
- Operating a variety of clinics throughout Albuquerque
Through our community-responsive, culturally competent patient care, education, and clinical research programs, our vision is to be the leader in improving New Mexico's health outcomes.
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