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Answering Ultrasound Technician Questions

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Talk about your experiences working with Radiologists. Have you ever had a difficult situation in working with one?

Working as an Ultrasound Technician involves working with and communicating with Radiologists. Your interviewer will be looking for your comfort level in working with physicians and how you communicate effectively with them. Explain that you are comfortable in your abilities as a technician and at ease when speaking with Radiologists. If you have specific examples of a difficult situation that you worked through, talk about them in a positive light.


Answer Example

"In my time working as an Ultrasound Technician, I've been fortunate to work with a great group of Radiologists that are easy to communicate with. If they ever have a concern, I am approachable and very accepting of any feedback that they have. When I first started, one of the Radiologists had a specific preference for notes taken on the ultrasound images. After speaking to her directly, I had clear direction on how to proceed with her images into the future and she was appreciative of my work from there on out."

Entry Level

"I don't have a lot of direct experience working with physicians coming into my first job, but I am very comfortable working with all levels of an organization. We are all members of one large team that is working towards the goal of excellent patient care. I have my job to do that I am very comfortable with and I would never hesitate to talk directly to one of the Radiologists if needed."


"During my career, I've worked in both a small private practice and a large group practice working with a large group of physicians. In the large group practice, it was important to know and understand the preferences of each of the radiologist individually and I did this by personally talking to each one. By them understanding my methods and me understanding their preferences on the images, I was able to provide the best work that I could to each one individually."

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