New York Ultrasound Technician Schools - NY
By allied health world contributing writer
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There are New York ultrasound technician schools that are 1-4 years in length in which students receive a certificate, associates, or bachelors degree. These programs receive accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP). In these programs, students learn about basic anatomy and physiology, patient care, and ethics along with classes more specific to the profession. The more specific classes will teach the student about the technology of ultrasound, how to administer the technology, and interpreting the results. There are 6 programs throughout New York State, two of which offer baccalaureate degrees.
The level of education received can affect not only job opportunities but also certification. The certifying body for ultrasound technologists requires a degree, it can be an associates or bachelor degree. Depending on the education level decides what other prerequisites you must fulfill. Also, the higher level of education you possess can help you get hired or even receive a higher salary. So you can attend a certificate or associates ultrasound technology program in New York and transfer to one of the 2 bachelor programs and receive more education and training, making you a great candidate to employers. If you’re interested in learning more about New York ultrasound technician schools, complete the form below.
Through campus or online programs, aspiring Ultrasound Technicians in New York, Buffalo, Rochester, Yonkers and Syracuse, New York may be able to prepare themselves for the possibility of employment in some of the largest hospitals and healthcare facilities in the state including the Presbyterian Hospital, Bellevue Hospital, St. Luke's Hospital, Jamaica Hospital Medical Center and Brookdale Hospital.