|Desired Industry: Healthcare
|Desired Job Location: Alexandria, Virginia
||Date Posted: 11/21/2006
|Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent
||Availability Date: ASAP
|Desired Wage: 40,000
||U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
|Job Level: New Grad/Entry Level
||Willing to Travel: Yes, More Than 75%
|Highest Degree Attained: Other
||Willing to Relocate: Yes
Obtain a position as a Diagnostic Medical Sonographer that will give me the opportunity to implore my knowledge and help in the diagnostic and treatment of patients.
Prince Georges Hospital Center Cheverly, MD
Clinical Internship (900 hours) March 06
Perform detailed sonographic evaluations of the abdomen, pelvis, and small parts.
Evaluate organs specific to protocol, including related anatomy as necessary.
Measure anatomy accurately and document pathology seen.
Write detailed report with findings to present to radiologist.
Performed all studies with the use of GE Logic 9 machine.
Greater Southeast Community Hospital Washington, DC
Radiology Assistant 10/00-Present
Schedule outpatients procedures.
Check inpatients and outpatients in the computer.
Assist patients when needed.
File and pull film jackets for doctors.
Process films to be copied.
Transport ER patients.
Use Meditech software.
Wolpoff and Abramson Law Office Bethesda. MD
Execute special projects given by supervisor.
Classify clients file whether it will be closed, sued or put back into the system for a follow up call.
Make sure that correct information is put back in the system for the attorney to look at.
Sanford Brown Institute, Landover Maryland March 2005-Oct 2006
Diagnostic Medical Ultrasound Certificate received on Oct 2006
Lecture: Anatomy and Physiology, General Pathology, Basic Ultrasound Scan Techniques, Ultrasound Physics and Instrumentation
Lab: 560 hours of diagnostic scanning of abdomen, femoral and carotid duplex, small parts, obstetrics, female and male reproductive organs
Equipment: HP,ATL/HDI 3000, Seimans, Panasonic, Sequoia 512, GE Logic 9
Sanford Brown Institute, Landover Maryland Aug 2003-June 2004
Medical Assistant Certificate received on June 2004
Clinical Skills: Monitoring vital signs, EKG recording, handling of biomedical waste, and CPR
Lab Procedures: Microscope usage, collecting specimens, smear procedures, glucose test, urinalysis, venipuncture and giving injections
Administrative Skills: Computer applications, coding, billing, patient scheduling and office management
Medical Terminology, Anatomy and Physiology
Available upon request.
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