Medical Imaging Jobs
We provide a full spectrum of diagnostic imaging services. You can choose a research and academic centre in which leading technology, advanced practice and research go hand-in-hand, or practice in a small community where your broader skills are fully realized. You’ll find mentors among our skilled radiologists and sonographers as well as opportunities for continuing education by attending rounds, conferences and VCH courses.
Medical Radiation Technologists
As a technologist, you can provide diagnostic imaging support in various areas, including: Emergency trauma, orthopaedics, neurosciences, intensive care, cardiac sciences, urology, vascular sciences, transplants, and burns & plastic surgery
Vancouver Coastal Health provides a full spectrum of ultrasound services. You can choose to work in a research and academic centre where leading technology, advanced practice, and research go hand-in-hand, or practice in a small community setting where your broader skills will be fully utilized.
Meet our Team!
Tessa has been a Sonographer at Richmond Hospital for one year, working in general and cardiac ultrasound. She loves the investigative nature of the role, and enjoys finding evidence to support a diagnosis. “I love how dynamic ultrasound is – every patient is different, every exam is different, and there are so many mysteries to solve! This keeps my job interesting, and continues to challenge me,” says, Tessa.
As a new sonographer, Tessa wanted to work in an environment that would support her professional growth in both general ultrasound and echocardiography. “At Richmond Hospital I am able to perform a wide variety of exams, as well as help a range of inpatients, outpatient, and emergency patients. I had a clinical placement at Richmond Hospital as a student and was able to see how supportive and positive the work environment is. The team here is excellent – knowledgeable, skilled, and collaborative – and they manage to have a good time through it all as well! I feel supported because management and the booking teams ensure workloads are appropriate for each team member, which can be so important for a new sonographer like myself. My colleagues are always available to share their thoughts or offer guidance as needed.”