Echocardiographer Cardiac Sonographer Jobs

Earn more with a ultrasound technician certificate from the American Registry of Diagnostic Medical Sonography.

Job seekers with an associates degree from a ultrasound tech school will find that student enrollment for vocational institutions is high because diagnostic imaging is an alternative method used in healthcare to replace radiological procedures.
Ultrasonography careers

The interesting thing about ultrasonography is that it is used for therapeutic procedures to diagnose abmoralities of soft tissue in the body with higher frequency sound waves and a transducer.
Many are probably familiar with ultrasound physical therapy for pain as well as usage for producing pictures of fetuses in the womb.

Medical professionals like the flexibility of the equipment which produces live images and is more cost effective and less invasive than the Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) or X-Rays.

Your job duties will consist of documenting any changes in the patients muscles or bones for biopsies by showing the structure of the organs.
Physicians need the diagnostic sonographic scanner equipment to be handled by a healthcare professional with skill and experience.

It is important to note that the use of sound waves to generate an image is an alternative to more costly methods for diagnosing ailments and medical conditions in the body.
Cardiac Sonographer Employment projections

This is why there is projected to be employment growth and a need for more qualified Cardiac Sonographers to adjust and maintain equipment at hospitals, nursing homes and health clinics.

Make sure that the school that you attend is part of the Accreditation of Allied Health Education Program.
You will notice that many 2-year vocational or community colleges offer coursework in anatomy, physiology, instrumentation, basic physics, patient care, and medical ethics.

Higher paid positions go to graduates who are credentialed as a echocardiographer, cardiac and vascular sonographer. The position will require you to document abnormalities in patients with heart murmurs, heart disease or heart defects.

This specialty involves the anatomy and function of the heart, where imaging technology is used to examine and evaluate the heart chambers, valves and muscle function. Any findings and documentations are then reported to a cardiologist for further analysis.
Imaging Technicians Education Requirements

Certificate based training programs can be completed in 1 year with a starting salary of  $50,000 annually and goes up to $70,000 or more depending on how much experience you gain assisting physicians in diagnosing and treating cardiac and peripheral vascular ailments.

Personally I feel that anyone considering a career in the medical profession should definitely take advantage of this opportunity not just for the high earning potential but for the opportunity to work in this growing field of cardiology.
Cardiac Ultrasound Tech Job openings

The demand to fill job openings come from the prevalence of heart disease and the aging population. Students who gain knowledge of Holter monitoring and stress testing will be prime candidates for employers needing cardiac ultrasound technologists.

Better employment opportunities will always be for those who are willing to travel and relocate to such places as the United Kingdom, New Zealand, Texas, Nebraska, Florida or Arizona. 
If your searching for work online then careerbuilder is probably the best option because they list occupations by company name, city, state and job description. Some of the employers included Schryver Medical, Medical City Dallas Hospital, Memorial Hermann Healthcare System and Vein Clinics of America, Inc.