Echo Tech PRN

  • Location FORT WAYNE, IN (Dupont Hospital)
    Part Time
  • Department Ultrasound
  • Field Radiology & Imaging
  • Location FORT WAYNE, IN (Dupont Hospital)

  • Department Ultrasound

  • Field Radiology & Imaging

  • Part Time

Job Description

Echocardiogram Technician - PRN in the Radiology/Imaging Unit at Lutheran Health Network - Dupont Hospital

  • Schedule: 2-8 hour shifts (7:30am-4pm) - shifts will vary. 
  • Call on 1 holiday per year - Response time: 30 minutes, other occasional call to help cover vacations/time off
  • Eligible for premium pay!
  • Eligible for shift differential during qualifying shifts. 

About us: 

  • Experience the Dupont Difference - join a tight-knit team of collaborative, talented technologists in a unit that is balanced and streamlined!

Dupont Hospital, part of the Lutheran Health Network, is a 131-bed facility that was designed by physicians and every detail was carefully thought out to provide better patient care and comfort. It's also built on a 5-Star Service philosophy. That's part of the reason the hospital has been designated as a 100 Top hospital by Watson Health™ multiple times.

Job Summary

  • Under the immediate direction of the Radiology Specialist, performs echocardiograms as ordered by the physician for information in the diagnosis and treatment of patient’s condition.
  • The Sonographer  performs complex technical duties requiring the use of analysis and the use of calculations and judgment in recognizing and identifying cross-sectional transverse anatomy on ultrasound images to obtain diagnostic results.
  • Demonstrates general working knowledge of non-invasive cardiac test procedures and ultrasound operations, as well as heart anatomy. Both visual and spatial acuity are required to perform critical measurements.
  • The Sonographer must use cognitive sonographic skills to identify, record, and adapt procedures as appropriate to anatomical, pathological, diagnostic information and images. 
  • They assume responsibility for the safety, mental and physical comfort of patients while they are in the sonographer's care.  They must fulfill the CME credits set by the credentialing organization. 
  • The sonographer must be able to select proper transducer and gain settings to produce diagnostic images. Each patient exam should be completed based on the exam type and patient limitations.
  • Team member will perform exams and will consult with the cardiologist as needed. 
  • Knowledge of both Radiology and Cardiac PACS systems.


  • Current registration by the American Registry of Diagnostic Medical Sonographers or American Registry of diagnostic Cardiac Sonographers or allied health credentialed and successful completion of ARDMS/ARDCS registration within two years.
  • BCLS within 60 days of hire


  • Adult and pediatric echocardiogram experience preferred


  • Graduate of an accredited allied health care program with work related experience in ultrasound; six months to one year of clinical experience with cardiac care patients.

Equal Opportunity Employer


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