Ultrasound Technician Salary in Texas - TX

The average annual Texas ultrasound technician salary breaks down to $29.04 an hour.  This calculates to an average annual salary of $60,400, as noted by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.  The national average annual salary is $62,660.  Being specialized, experience, and longevity will play a role in salary figures. 

The list below from indeed.com shows cities within Texas and the parallel salary of a diagnostic medical sonographer.

Odessa, Texas Ultrasound Technician: $53,000
Victoria, Texas Ultrasound Technician: $56,000
Texarkana, Texas Ultrasound Technician: $54,000
San Angelo, Texas Ultrasound Technician: $59,000
Tyler, Texas Ultrasound Technician: $62,000
Lubbock, Texas Ultrasound Technician: $57,000
Brownsville, Texas Ultrasound Technician: $61,000
Sherman, Texas Ultrasound Technician: $57,000
Beaumont, Texas Ultrasound Technician: $62,000
Corpus Christi, TX Ultrasound Technician: $60,000
San Antonio, Texas Ultrasound Technician: $58,000
McAllen, Texas Ultrasound Technician: $60,000
Austin, Texas Ultrasound Technician: $61,000
El Paso, Texas Ultrasound Technician: $58,000
Houston, Texas Ultrasound Technician: $68,000
College Station, Texas Ultrasound Technician: $54,000
Fort Worth, Texas Ultrasound Technician: $56,000
Dallas, Texas Ultrasound Technician: $64,000

Texas Ultrasound Technician Continuing Education Requirements

There are no continuing educational requirements required due to the fact that Texas does not license the profession of diagnostic medical sonographer.  On the other hand, if you have obtained the RDMS credential, you are required to complete a minimum of 30 continuing medical education (CME) credits every 3-year period.


The acceptance of transfer credits is subject to review by the school and cannot be guaranteed.

Financial aid is only available for those who qualify.

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