ULTRASOUND TECHNICIAN

Ultrasound Technicians are trained to operate ultrasound equipment and to look for abnormal problem areas in an image. They must ensure the image is clear enough for the healthcare provider to make an accurate diagnosis. They may be required to obtain measurements, perform calculations and evaluate the results.

EDUCATION REQUIRED

Several options: 1- year certificate; 2-year associate’s degree; 4-year bachelor’s degree

PROGRAM LENGTH

1-4 years 

PLACES OF EMPLOYMENT
  • Hospitals

  • Physician offices

  • Medical/diagnostic labs

  • Outpatient centers.

SALARY RANGE

$23.92 - $35.64

For more information on this program, visit the Education page

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