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Diagnostic Radiologic Technologist (Diagnostic Ultrasound)
This position is located at the Imaging Department on the Grand Island VA campus. Ultrasound/DRTs perform procedures and examinations in the Radiology Department under the direction of radiologists and other medical officers. The objective of the examinations and procedures is to produce diagnostic ultrasound and radiographic studies that are used in medical diagnosis and interpreted by medical officers to locate pathological conditions, lesions, injuries, or foreign objects within the body. Duties performed by the Ultrasound/DRT may include, but are not limited to: Properly identifies the patient and the images. This includes the use of correct annotation on imaging, such as left and right markers. This is essential to prevent mistaken identity and misdiagnosis of the wrong body part. Re


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