Cardiac Sonography Salaries in Michigan - MI
Michigan has the third highest concentration of cardiac sonographers of any state in the United States, according to the U.S. Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). Its 2510 cardiac technologists, technicians and sonographers earn an average annual wage of $47,730. This places the cardiac sonographer salary in Michigan close to the national average of $49,730 (per the BLS).
Cardiac sonographers can find employment all across the state of Michigan, in cities including Detroit, Grand Rapids, Warren, Sterling Heights, Ann Arbor and Lansing. Employment for cardiac sonographers is commonly found in general medical and surgical hospitals, physicians’ offices, medical and diagnostic laboratories, outpatient and ambulatory care centers, employment services, specialty hospitals and the offices of other health practitioners. Some hospitals across Michigan where cardiac sonographers are employed include William Beaumont Hospital, Traverse City State Hospital, Children's Hospital of Michigan and Henry Ford Hospital. Salaries tend to vary from one setting to another, depending upon the type of facility a cardiac sonographer works in, the supply of and demand in the metropolitan (or rural) area for cardiac sonographers, the average educational level of most cardiac sonographers in the area, whether or not most cardiac sonographers in that area are credentialed, and other factors. When we take a look at average salaries for cardiac sonographers working in some of the biggest cities in Michigan (taken from indeed.com), this becomes evident:
Grand Rapids: $50,000
Sterling Heights: $60,000
Ann Arbor: $50,000