Medtrust, LLC

  • Diagnostic Medical Sonographer

    Location US-FL-Pensacola
    Posted Date 5 months ago(6/22/2018 4:02 PM)
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    Diagnostic Medical Sonographer (Ultrasound Technologist)


    Are you an experienced Diagnostic Medical Sonographer? Would you like an opportunity to give back to our men and women in uniform?

    We are currently accepting resumes for Diagnostic Medical Sonographer to provide medical services at the Naval Hospital Pensacola, FL.  


    For consideration please send resumes to: Priscilla  at or call 210-319-4154


    MedTrust is committed to quality in everything we do. We carefully match our employees to the right opportunity. We have earned the Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval for Health-care Staffing Services


    Join a team whose business is built on a history of integrity, honesty, and reliability.



    As a MedTrust team member, you are eligible for the following benefits:





    Life Insurance

    Short and Long-term disability

    Paid Time Off (PTO)

    Federal Holidays

    CEU Reimbursement




    Monday through Friday from 0730 to 2000  (40 hour work week)


    On-call Services

    • On-call services after normal working hours and on weekends and holidays.
    • On-call services are a weekly rotation beginning at 2000 on Monday and extending to 0730 the following Monday.
    • Weekday on-call services will begin at 2000 and end at 0730 the following morning.
    • Weekend on-call services will begin at 2000 on Friday and end at 0730 the following Monday.
    • Provide on-call services every third week.


    Compassionate health-care to our Nations Heroes


    Provide services in support of TRICARE beneficiaries


    • A minimum of 1 year full-time experience as a Diagnostic Medical Sonographer (Ultrasound Technologist) within the last 3 years.


    • Current certification in Basic Life Support (BLS)

    MedTrust LLC is an Equal Opportunity Employer


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