If you are a caring Diagnostic Sonographer with a positive, can-do attitude who strives to provide first-class patient and customer service, we’d like to talk with you. Lee Health seeks a Diagnostic Sonographer to lead our talented team as well as perform procedures.
Diagnostic Sonographers at Lee Health take great pride in our legacy of providing the highest quality, exceptional care to our community for more than 100 years. Our Diagnostic Sonographers enjoy market competitive compensation and exceptional benefits that address your physical, mental and financial health. We are Caring People, Inspiring Health.
The Lead Diagnostic Sonographer participates in interviewing, hiring, and orienting ultrasound staff. Coach staff, acts as a resource, accepts assigned duties such as developing work and on-call staffing schedules for campus. Coordinates process of achieving required certifications for ultrasound departments. Works positively with all customers to promote patient, employee, and physician satisfaction. Leads performance improvement initiatives.
Monitors images with radiologist input to assure that all staff provides quality, consistent diagnostic studies to provide optimum exams. Performs all diagnostic ultrasound procedures, fixed and mobile. Assists the radiologist with designated diagnostic exams including guided needle biopsies, paracentisis, thoracentesis, needle biopsies, needle localization, and operating room cryoblations. May transport non-narcotic medications as directed.
Graduate of accredited ultrasound program or Allied Health Degree
Three years experience as a medical sonographer in an acute care hospital setting
Registered in two of the following modalities: abdomen, OB-GYN, and/or neurosonology
Proficient in abdomen, obstetric, gynecology, small parts, and color doppler scans
Participate in 'on call' rotation as determined per specific department needs
Lee Health is the leading provider of health care in Southwest Florida and has served the citizens of Lee County and surrounding communities since 1916. Lee Health consists of four acute care hospitals, two specialty hospitals and comprehensive health care services in facilities and office locations throughout Southwest Florida. With more than 1 million patient contacts each year, Lee Health is the fourth largest public health system in the United States and one of the largest in Florida. Lee Health is a progressive, financially sound health care provider with over 11,800 employees, 1,300 community physicians and 4,500 volunteers and auxilians.