Ultrasound Technician

Georgia Allied Health Institute – Excellence in Education Since 2003 GAHI

Ultrasound Technician program

The Ultrasound Technician program is a comprehensive program designed to prepare the graduate to become a certified ultrasound technician.  Students will learn skills in patient care as it applies to ultrasound techniques, while observing patient rights, as well as those needed to pass the requirements to become a certified ultrasound technician.  

All prospective students must complete the TABE test and score a 12.0 or higher

Program Objectives:

Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to perform the duties of a patient care technician to include:

To qualify for graduation from this program the students must demonstrate competency in ultrasound procedures and successfully complete 1000 hours of clinical externship. Graduates will receive the necessary training to work in diagnostic laboratories, doctor’s offices hospitals, mobiles imaging units and veterinary clinics.
PCT Syllabus

Total Clock Hours: 2796

Estimated Completion Time: 21 months

*Indicates prerequisite exists. Student must complete the prerequisite course prior to entry into this course of have the instructor’s permission to enter the course.”

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