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  • What programs are being offered now?
    12 Hour Physician Sonography Courses are currently being offered on site at hospitals world wide. Due to high demand, there is limited availability. Schedule soon to get on the list for 2022-2023. The 12 Month Diagnostic Medical Sonography program is pending state application, review and approval.
  • How long are the programs?
    Diagnostic Medical Sonography 12 Months Infusion Therapy 12 Days CME Course 12 Hours
  • What days and times is the Diagnostic Medical Sonography program?
    Diagnostic Medical Sonography Lecture Remote reading and other assignments are due Sunday evening by 12am. Lab Tuesday through Thursday 9am to 5pm. Externships Monday through Friday 8am to 5pm or as scheduled totaling 40 hours per week.
  • Is Job Placement Assistance offered?
    Yes. Although we cannot guarantee job placement, we assist with resumes, cover letters, interview skills and coordinate initial interviews for our students.
  • What is the cost of the 12 Month Diagnostic Medical Sonography program?
    $60,000 INCLUDES Required Textbooks & Workbooks Uniforms x 2 Including Shirts, Pants and Coats. Badge and Badge Holder Credential Exam Fees Reimbursed for Passing Exams Clinical Fees BLS & CPR Certification Transportation / Travel Reimbursement for Clinical Sites that are out of state. Handheld Ultrasound Machines to use for Remote Lab during program.
  • Is Financial Aid available?
    Yes. Financial Aid is available in the form of monthly payment plans. Payment plans range from $1250/month to $5000/month. Federal Aid is not available at this time.
  • What are the average salaries for Diagnostic Medical Sonographers?
    The average salaries for Diagnostic Medical Sonographers nationwide in the USA are $80,680 per year according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The highest paid sonographers are in California and earn and average of $109,350 annually.​
  • When does the next class start?
    January 2023
  • How many students are accepted each year?
    Maximum enrollment is 100 students per year.
  • How many students are in each class?
    The maximum number of students per class is 25.
  • Is ADOM accredited?
    No. ADOM is a brand new school. Accreditation process has begun. Although ADOM is not yet accredited, all students are eligible to take a credentialing exam upon graduation with ARDMS. Graduates with a Bachelor's Degree are eligible to apply to take the ARDMS, ARRT and CCI credentialing exams immediately upon graduation. Graduates with a High School Diploma or GED are eligible to apply to take the Cardiovascular Credentialing Exam Registered Vascular Specialist under RVS235 after working in the field full time for 12 months.
  • Does ADOM offer night classes?
    Not at this time. ADOM offers day instruction for lecture and lab. Day Schedule Tuesday through Friday 9am to 5pm ADOM Clinical hours are Monday through Friday, 8am to 5pm or as scheduled by the clinical site.
  • Can I take a Credentialing Exam upon graduation?
    FOR GRADUATES WITH A BACHELOR'S DEGREE ​ American Registry of Diagnostic Medical Sonographers (ARDMS) Prerequisite 3A Education Bachelor’s degree (any major) or foreign degree equivalent to a Bachelor’s degree in the U.S. or Canada. Required Clinical Ultrasound/Vascular Experience ​ 12 months of full-time (35 hours per week for 48 weeks or equivalent totaling a minimum of 1680 hours) clinical ultrasound/vascular experience. ​ Registered Diagnostic Medical Sonographer (RDMS) ​ FOR GRADUATES WITH A HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA OR GED NOTE: This pathway does NOT allow for immediate credentialing eligibility upon graduation. However, upon successful completion of 12 Months of FULL time or equivalent work experience is required PLUS a minimum of 600 vascular ultrasound studies, graduates are eligible to apply to take the CCI credentialing exam. ​ Cardiovascular Credentialing International (CCI) RVS235 A graduate of a diploma, associate, or baccalaureate academic program in health science (including, but not limited to, cardiovascular technology, ultrasound, radiologic technology, respiratory therapy, or nursing) AND One year full-time or full-time equivalent work experience in vascular ultrasound AND Performance of a minimum of 600 vascular ultrasound studies* in their career, which is defined as work experience and/or clinical experience gained during a formal educational program. It is recommended, but not required, that the applicant have experience in the following areas: Carotid duplex ultrasound Transcranial Doppler Peripheral arterial physiologic Peripheral arterial duplex Venous duplex ultrasound Visceral vascular duplex ultrasound Registered Vascular Specialist (RVS) ​ Please contact ARDMS and CCI directly for specific information relative to your credentialing application. You can also review Ultrasound Credentialing pathways here.
  • Why should I choose ADOM Diagnostic Medical Sonography program?
    ADOM's Diagnostic Medical Sonography program is 12 months in total. Most DMS programs are approximately 2 years or greater. Why go to school for 2 years when you can learn the same thing in 1 year? ADOM's Diagnostic Medical Sonography program includes all WHOLE BODY ULTRASOUND. Most ultrasound schools only teach general and a little bit of vascular. ADOM Diagnostic Medical Sonography school includes: General Ultrasound Vascular Ultrasound Cardiac Ultrasound Obstetrics Ultrasound Gynecological Ultrasound Oncology Ultrasound Pediatric Ultrasound Superficial Structures Ultrasound Musculoskeletal Ultrasound Gastrointestinal Ultrasound Graduating from ADOM means becoming a Diagnostic Medical Sonographer, Vascular Technologist and Echocardiographer. All from ONE 12 month program. IMPORTANT INFORMATION: When seeking an ultrasound program, make sure they, at the very least, teach GENERAL, VASCULAR & CARDIAC in ONE PROGRAM to ensure that you learn the ENTIRE anatomy, pathology, physiology and pathophysiology of the body, and not just some of it. This is VITAL to ensuring your career as a confident, full body, fully educated Diagnostic Medical Sonographer, Vascular Technologist and Echocardiographer. (Imagine graduating with the ability to be all three! That's what ADOM offers!) We believe you can't learn general without learning vascular and you can't fully understand vascular without learning cardiac. Our bodies are a complete system that works together, not just in parts. In order to confidently be able to scan ultrasound exams, you need to learn ALL OF ULTRASOUND, not just some of it. Why do some other schools only teach some parts? We don't know. ADOM offers WHOLE BODY ULTRASOUND TRAINING. Whole Body Ultrasound Training can increases your chances of employment. When you are trained in head to toe ultrasound, you can apply work in ANY field of ultrasound upon graduation. We want you to become the best of the best. We want you to be a part of ADOM.
  • Can the Online Only Mastery Ultrasound Course lead me to a career in ultrasound?
    The online only course is not intended to be able to lead learners to a career in diagnostic medical sonography. This course is designed for medical professionals that wish to enhance their current medical profession.
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