Cardiac Ultrasound Technology

Cardiac Ultrasound Technology

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Your career opportunities include working for hospitals, specialized health facilities, clinics laboratories and outpatient care centers. The region’s leading employers are seeking out our graduates!
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$54,870.00
Award Types: AAS Degree
Total Credit Required to Graduate: 98 (AAS)

Does the medical world intrigue you? Are you ready to respond to a higher calling? At Southeast Tech, get to where you want to be in just twenty-four months with a Cardiac Ultrasound Technology degree. A highly-sophisticated and focused degree that plays an important role in the diagnosis of all forms of heart disease; you’ll develop skills in obtaining structural, functional and hemodynamic information about the heart for interpretation by a cardiologist. You’ll become proficient in utilizing state-of-the-art technology with hands-on scanning experience focused on an academic curriculum in echocardiographic principles, technology, ultrasound physics and instrumentation. 

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This degree is a Bring Your Own Laptop (BYOL) program, meaning you can purchase a laptop on your own or from the Southeast Tech Support Center.

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Award Types: AAS Degree
Total Credit Required to Graduate: 98 (AAS)

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Pam Boyd, BS, RVT, RDCS
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Pam has been teaching at Southeast Tech as the Cardiac Ultrasound program director since 2001. Pam began her medical career at McKennan Hospital’s school or Respiratory Therapy. After working in Respiratory Therapy for two years, she helped with the launch of the non-invasive vascular lab. She was fortunate to attend many seminars around the country to hone her skills as a vascular sonographer. Pam became a registered vascular technologist in 1986. Due to rapid growth in cardiac ultrasound services, she cross trained into cardiac ultrasound and became a registered diagnostic cardiac sonographer in 1992. Rapid growth in the cardiovascular services department created a need for additional management staff and Pam became manager in 1995.  

Pam is fully committed to preparing her students for employment and successful completion of national board exams.

“Cardiac ultrasound is a challenging yet highly gratifying profession, I love to share my passion with my students.”

Education: BS, Bellevue University; Registered Vascular Technologist; Registered Diagnostic Cardiac Sonographer
 

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