The Sonographer, working under the supervision of Aid for Women's Medical Director, serves as a medical imaging professional providing clinically relevant information to assist the staff with the care and treatment of our clients. The Sonographer's primary responsibility is to perform limited obstetrical medical sonography services consistent with the sonographer's education and training, and in accordance with center policies and procedures and applicable professional standards. The sonographer also assists with standard center activities including: client intake, support programs and client follow-up services.
Essential Qualifications | Sonographer
1) A current and active license as an RDMS or a Registered Nurse with a certificate of completion from an ultrasound course that adheres to AWHONN, ACOG, or AIUM guidelines 2) Demonstrated commitment to professional growth and learning within the industry, including continuing education and staff training 3) Demonstrated proficiency with computer skills and software programs used for documentation activities and report generation 4) OB/GYN experience a plus.
Aid for Women provides life-affirming pregnancy services and care to its clients. The Sonographer must fully support Aid for Women's pro-life mission and efforts. To learn more about Aid for Women, visit our website at: www.helpaidforwomen.org.