Mission

To provide the highest quality diagnostic ultrasound in the most comfortable and convenient environment for patient and provider. 

Vision

A+ Mobile Ultrasound was created by Joseph S. Augustyn as a means to bring ultrasound to the patient. We strive  to make the diagnosis capable and convenient for the provider and patient. We encourage the patient to become involved and feel like they are part of their medical care and diagnosis. We recognize the need to drive dollars out of the healthcare system and promote ultrasound first instead of more expensive, time consuming, radiation emitting and often times, unnecessary advanced imaging modalities. We plan to make ultrasound more accessible to the population as costs and radiation concerns in medical imaging rise. We recognize the value in Home Healthcare and Telemedicine and plan to merge the two with mobile imaging.

A+ Mobile Ultrasound Services is committed to providing the best possible ultrasound service in the most comfortable environment to people of the community. We bring ultrasound to you. We use the latest technology to meet the imaging needs of today’s active individual. We work hand in hand with patient and provider to ensure timely and accurate results and experiences. We provide service in a familiar environment within the provider’s office, the patient's home or our state of the art mobile ultrasound lab (coming soon). Our goal is to provide fast and accurate ultrasound services and results while saving the patient and the referring provider time and expense.

Accreditation

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A+ Mobile Ultrasound Services has become the first facility awarded accreditation by the American Institute for Ultrasound in Medicine (AIUM) in the Pacific Northwest (WA, OR, ID, MT, AK, HI) and the only current accredited facility on the entire West Coast.

 

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Joseph S. Augustyn, BA, RDCS, RDMS, RMSKS, RVT

Founder and Sonographer

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Joseph was born and raised in Seattle, Wa. He studied Biology and Chemistry at Western Washington University and recieved a Bachelor of Arts degree in 2005. He decided he wanted to join the health care profession and fell in love with ultrasound after an intense job shadowing visit to California Pacific Medical Center in San Fransisco, CA with his uncle, the late Dr. Damian H. Augustyn, MD. He immediately applied for and was accepted to the Bellevue College Diagnostic Ultrasound Program in Bellevue, WA. He was elected class Vice President, maintained a 3.97 G.P.A. and was inducted into the Phi Beta Kappa Honor's Society. He graduated with an Associate of Arts degree in Diagnostic Ultrasound in 2008. He immediately took and passed five registry exams earning the credentials of Registered in Diagnostic Medical Sonography (RDMS in Abdomen and OBGYN) and Registered in Vascular Technology (RVT).

Six months after graduating, Joseph was asked back to Bellevue College to teach ultrasound classes. He accepted and began teaching Small Parts, Vascular and MSK ultrasound courses and managing clinical internship sites.

Joseph spent four years at Madigan Army Medical Center performing Vascular and Abdominal Ultrasound. He was instrumental in the implementations of new equipment, software and technology. He was part of a research study that compared the results of carotid duplex ultrasound with computed tomography angiography (CTA) and digitally subtracted arteriography (DSA). The results were published as a poster at the annual Society of Vascular Surgery (SVS) annual conference. He quickly learned Intravascular Ultrasound (IVUS) and published a case study on IVUS and AAA repair in the Journal of Diagnostic Medical Sonography (JDMS) in June 2012. [Click here to view article]. He was the creator and first program director of the Vascular Ultrasound Breakout Session at the annual Pacific Northwest Endovascular Conference (PNEC) and was awarded the Civilian Medal of Achievement by the United States Army for his efforts. 

Joseph was one of the first individuals in the nation to take the Registered in Musculoskeletal Ultrasound (RMSK) exam. He took and passed the second offering of the exam in April 2012.  He is now certified in Musculoskeletal Ultrasound and has worked with Orthopedic Surgeons, Podiatric Surgeons, Rheumatologists, Physiatrists, Chiropractor and Physical Therapists performing MSK ultrasound. He is the first sonographer ever to be certified in MSK in Washington state and among the first 20 in the nation. 

 

Amy Bailey, BS, RDMS, RMSKS, RVT

Sonographer

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Amy Bailey was born and raised in Bothell, WA. Amy graduated from the Diagnostic Ultrasound Program at Seattle University with a Bachelor's of Science degree. She specialized in vascular and general ultrasound. Upon graduation she spent a year in a local outpatient facility performing vascular, general and breast ultrasound exams and honing her skills. Following this she spent four years in vascular surgery at Swedish Medical Center. She left Swedish in 2016 to join A+ Mobile Ultrasound Services. She was carefully trained in Musculoskeletal Ultrasound by Joseph Augustyn. She took and passed the RMSKS exam and became the second sonographer in WA state to be certified in Musculoskeletal Ultrasound.