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Company: HCA Florida JFK North Hospital
Location: West Palm Beach, FL
Career Level: Entry Level
Industries: Healthcare, Pharmaceutical, Biotech



Ultrasound Technologist

Ultrasound Department

PRN, Shifts Vary, 0.001 FTE HCA Florida JFK North Hospital West Palm Beach, FL


  Facility Description: JFK North Hospital is a part of HCA Florida Healthcare, the largest provider of healthcare in the state, offering patients an extensive network of personalized care.  Located in the heart of West Palm Beach, HCA Florida JFK North Hospital  is a 280-bed acute care facility with an adjoining 124-bed behavioral health/mental health unit.

For more than 46 years, JFK North Hospital has been serving the healthcare needs of Palm Beach County.  Our specialty trained and compassionate staff utilize leading-edge technology to offer patients superior outcomes, less pain and improved recovery times. Services include; 24-hour Emergency Department, Advanced Primary Certified Stroke Center, Orthopedic Institute, Critical Care Unit, Interventional Vascular Suite, Inpatient Diabetes Care, State-of-the-Art Diagnostic Imaging, Outpatient Rehabilitation Services, Center for Pain Care and a full spectrum of surgical services. In addition, JFK North Hospital offers a full continuum of prevention, treatment and support to address mental health and wellness for children, adolescents, adults and seniors.

With more than 600 colleagues and 900 medical staff, we are dedicated to our mission; Above all else, we are committed to the care and improvement of human life.

  Job Summary: Under the direction of the Radiology Director and Radiology  Supervisor, performs those duties directly involved with a variety of  Ultrasound imaging procedures and applying high frequency wound waves to provide static, real time, and doppler images/wave forms of the internal human anatomy to aid in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases and pathology.  Ultrasound exams are dependent upon the quality of images produced which is relative to the skill of the sonographer.   Is responsible for ensuring compliance with regulatory standards.  Carries out policies and procedures in accordance with all regulatory bodies.  Operates the equipment used to produce optimal images.  Operates equipment safely and maintains standards while performing all types of procedures within the scope of the A.R. D.M.S.  Establishes and maintains a good rapport and professional relationship with fellow employees, other departments and medical staff.


  • RDMS- Abdomen and Vascular     
  • 2 Year/Associates Degree or equivalent Accredited Ultrasound program
  • 1 – 3 years of experience. 
  • BLS

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