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Becoming an Ultrasound Technician in Kansas - KS
By Joanna Pelletier, allied health world contributing writer
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Steps to Become an Ultrasound Tech in Kansas
- Receive a high school diploma or obtain a GED. All associate’s, bachelor's, and certificate candidates in Kansas must obtain a high school diploma or its GED equivalent before they begin a sonography training program. Their academic record should include visible achievement in all of their classes and leadership roles in their high school, which can help a university or certification program measure a student's strengths, weaknesses, and potential for growth in their program.
- Be in good physical condition and up-to-date with all vaccinations. Kansas' diagnostic medical ultrasound programs require all their students to be dexterous and mentally healthy, have good vision and motor skills, and to be in good physical condition overall. They must also have a record of their vaccinations on file with the admitting institution, and begin their hepatitis b vaccination series if they have not already had it.
- Acquire a certificate or Bachelor's degree from a CAAHEP or JRCDMS-approved program. The State of Kansas allows ultrasound technicians to practice with a bachelor's degree or certificate in Diagnostic Medical Sonography. Unlike programs in other States, Kansas' programs allow students to specialize in a program of their interest before they take the SPI and ARDMS exams. These programs also allow students to pursue clinical internships in their fields of interest.
- Plan an alternate route of study. Diagnostic medical sonography training programs in Kansas can only take a certain number of people each term, so students should prepare themselves in another area of study. Some programs may allow them to reapply each semester, but their academic record, clinical reviews, and prior test scores will ultimately determine whether they are fit for the program.
- Get certified as an RDMS through the American Registry for Diagnostic Medical Sonography. Candidates in Kansas must take the Sonography Principles and Instrumentation (SPI) exam and RDMS examination. The RDMS exam is split into the different specialties (echocardiography, neurosonography, and vascular, gynecological and abdominal ultrasound), and is offered regularly.
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