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AHMC Healthcare Cardiac Sonographer in Anaheim, California

The Cardiac Sonography Technologist performs routine and emergency echocardiographic diagnostic procedures on neonatal through geriatric patients. The Sonographer also performs echocardiogram/doppler studies, stress echocardiograms with/without contrast, transesophageal echocardiograms, Dobutamine stress echocardiograms, and echo guided pericardiocentesis. The sonographer also assists the department and physician in performing routine and emergency diagnostic cardiology tests on neonatal through geriatric patients to include electrocardiograms, rhythm strips, code blue response for electrocardiograms, stress testing, nuclear stress testing, and stress portion of stress echocardiograms. The Sonographer processes paperwork for each procedure, assists in establishing new procedures and maintaining current procedures for the cardiology department.

This position requires the full understanding and active participation in fulfilling the mission of AHMC- Anaheim Regional Medical Center and AHMC Inc. It is expected that the employee demonstrate behavior consistent with the core values of AHMC- ARMC and AHMC Inc. The employee shall support AHMC- Anaheim Regional Medical Center’s strategic plan and goals and direction of the performance improvement plan. The employee will also be expected to support all organizational expectations including, but not limited to; Customer Service, Patient’s Rights, Confidentiality of Information, Environment of Care and AHMC Inc initiatives.

AA or BA in Cardiovascular Technology preferred

Completion of an accredited cardiovascular ultrasound program

Completion of echocardiogram educational course specific to neonatal and pediatric patients within 6 months of hire.

One year experience in performing neonatal and pediatric studies post graduating program preferred

RDCS eligible; RDCS certification preferred

Current BLS

Anaheim Regional Medical Center




Regular Full-Time

Cardiology Services