For anyone who looking to find that ideal career choice that is the perfect blend of medicine, science, technology, and public service, a job in ultrasound diagnostics may be the perfect option. Anyone studying to be a sonographer right now, or working in the field currently, is working in one of the fastest growing careers […]
According to the BLS, diagnostic medical sonographers earned a median salary of $69,650 in 2016. The best-paid 10 percent earned more than $99,100, while the lowest-paid 10 percent earned less than $48,660.
The Institute of Ultrasound Diagnostics gave Arron a good fundamental background on which to build his ultrasound career. He returned to our hospital well prepared to work with us toward his becoming an important part of the diagnostic team.
Janis L. McGinnis, B.S., Ultrasound Supervisor Coos Bay, Oregon