Phone: 346-426-1530 Email:
Jessica Adger, BSRS, (RDMS)(AB)(OB/GYN), instructor
Ajana Clayton, MBA, MEd, senior learning and education development specialist
Faye Vance, senior operations manager
Goals and Student Learning Outcomes
Goal 1: Students will be clinically competent.
Goal 2: Students will demonstrate professionalism and lifelong learning.
Goal 3: Students will communicate on a professional level.
Goal 4: Students will demonstrate critical thinking skills.
Abdominal sonographers specialize in imaging a patient’s abdominal cavity and nearby organs, such as the kidney, liver, gallbladder, pancreas, and spleen. Abdominal sonographers may assist with biopsies or other examinations requiring ultrasound guidance.
Breast sonographers specialize in imaging a patient’s breast tissue. Sonography can confirm the presence of cysts and tumors that may have been detected by the patient, the physician, or a mammogram. Breast sonographers assist with procedures that track tumors and help to provide information that will aid physicians in making decisions about treatment options for breast cancer patients.
Obstetric and gynecologic sonographers specialize in imaging the female reproductive system. For example, many pregnant women receive sonograms to track the baby’s growth and health.
Vascular technologists (vascular sonographers) create images of blood vessels and collect data that help physicians diagnose disorders affecting blood flow. Vascular technologists often evaluate blood flow and identify blocked arteries or blood clots.