How to Become a Sonography Technician

If you are looking to become a sonography technician, there are a couple of different routes to achieve your goal. Many sonographers choose to complete a certificate program, while others look to an Associate’s program in diagnostic sonography. Regardless of which educational route you choose, once you complete your sonography training, you should be prepared to apply for a position in a variety of settings.

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Diagnostic medical sonographers can work in hospitals, clinics, doctors’ offices and even in mobile imaging settings. You will also be able to choose from a variety of specialty areas of focus. Your options for working as a diagnostic medical sonographer extend far beyond performing ultrasounds for expectant mothers…

Take a look at the infographic below to learn more about your options. Then, contact the schools at the bottom of this page to get more details.

infographic with illustrations of what medical sonographers do

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