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PT Sonographer - Primary Care, Paid Echo Training, up to $52/hour + $5,000 Sign-On!

Imagen Technologies is a high growth healthcare startup enabling patients to be diagnosed, treated, and managed at their primary care appointment (vs. having to refer out to hospitals, imaging centers and other slow and expensive options). Today, we’ve built an AI-enabled platform that enables patients to receive immediate diagnostic tests, immediate results, and immediate next steps – all in a single Primary Care appointment. For example: through our platform, women across the U.S. are now receiving comprehensive breast imaging, results, and specialist-driven next steps at their local Primary Care office, condensing a multi-month diagnostic journey into 60 minutes. 

With over $160m in funding from Google Ventures and some of the largest clinical networks in the country, we are rapidly expanding this platform across the U.S. - from 16 states and 500,000 patients in 2023, to 20+ states and 1.5M patients in 2024. By 2026, we will be delivering care across 35 states and to more than 5m patients per year. 

We’re looking for a top-notch, part-time Sonographer to provide ultrasound and echo procedures at a primary care practice located in the Grand Junction, CO area. This individual will be joining a well established, forward-thinking practice that is providing ultrasound to their patients. Our ideal candidate is detail-oriented, flexible, and excited by our paid individualized echo training program in Georgia.

Position Details:

  • Flexible schedule of 20 hours per week between the hours of 8:30am-5:00pm MST
  • No night or weekend coverage and no on-call requirements
  • Primary care facility setting. This is NOT a mobile position
  • We offer competitive pay rate, CMU and ARDMS/ARRT/CCI certification reimbursement, and free parking
  • We offer cross-training!
    • This is a comprehensive, fully-paid training program. You will receive hands-on patient experience in general, vascular, or echo exams (a minimum of 7 patients per day). 
    • Additional training time in clinic from Lead Sonographer upon completion of cross-training program
    • Training is catered towards individual experience and will be shared during interview process

As a Sonographer you will:

  • Perform general and cardiovascular ultrasound procedures independently with remote support
  • Complete preliminary reports for interpreting physician review
  • Assist patients from check-in through exam completion and provide white glove, compassionate service
  • Operate as an Imagen liaison for the practice, building relationships with your patients, office staff, and medical providers

You will love this job if you:

  • Are motivated by the immeasurable impact of early detection for all patients 
  • Are excited to work in a primary care setting
  • Want to join a team that uses cutting edge technology to enable the highest level of patient care
  • Are action-oriented and possess a mentality of “no job is too big or too small”

You should get in touch if you:

  • Hold a certification in ultrasound in one of the following registries
    • General Ultrasound: ARDMS – (AB), (OB/GYN), (BR) or ARRT - RT(RDMS) and/or 
    • Vascular Ultrasound: ARDMS – RVT (VT), ARRT – RT (VS), or CCI – RVS
    • Echocardiography: ARDMS – RDCS or CCI – ACS or RCS 
  • Have at least 12 months sonographer clinical experience 
  • Are able to lift equipment and/or assist patients onto the exam table as needed

The hourly rate for this position is $42 to $52/hour. Please note that the hourly range is a guideline, and individual total compensation will vary based on factors such as qualifications, skill level, competencies, and work location.

Imagen Technologies is committed to the principle of equal employment opportunity for all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any kind without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws. Imagen Technologies  will not tolerate discrimination or harassment based on any of these characteristics. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation, and training.  

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