Echo Technician


Echo Technicians are responsible for operating radiologic equipment to produce quality stress echoes and studies. Applicants are expected to demonstrate problem solving and organizational skills with the ability to prioritize issues in a timely matter. They must be able to follow instructions/standardized work practices and communicate clearly, as well as establishing effective relationships with staff, patients, and their families. Viable candidates must have a strong understanding of equipment safety and maintenance, and be able to illustrate professional judgment at all times.​


Job responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:

•   Performing M-mode, 2-D, and full Doppler, including color flow echocardiograms

•   Documenting all measurements necessary to process examination

•   Working as a team member to accomplish departmental goals and perform all parameters of the position using good judgment

•   Identifying and reporting abnormal findings to the physician

•   Performing all procedures to insure and maintain a safe work environment

•   Reviewing medical records to identify significant medical history; anticipating possible impact on test

•   Communicating effectively with patients, their families, colleagues, and physicians

•   ​Ensuring the machinery is up to date with preventative maintenance and is performing in a serviceable manner


Graduate of an accredited echocardiography program or equivalent on the job training

One year of experience as a Cardiology Technician in Cardiac and/or Echocardiography service


Diagnostic Cardiac Sonographer (RDCS) certificate through the American Registry for Diagnostic Medical Sonography (ARDMS)

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