Below are professional resources pertaining to the field of Diagnostic Medical Sonography. To learn more about the program at Hunter Business School, please complete the Student Inquiries form or call our Medford campus at 631.736.7360.
Current students and graduates of the DMS program can tap to email Nancy Klein or call her at 631.736.7360, extension 221, for assistance with career development in the Diagnostic Medical Sonography field.
Employers are encouraged to reach out to Nancy to be connected with qualified candidates.
- The American Registry for Diagnostic Medical Sonography (ARDMS),
- ARDMS Career Center,
- Ultrasound Jobs,
- Sonographer Testimonials in the Field,
- Sonography Education Programs,
- Society of Diagnostic Medical Sonography (SDMS),
- The American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine,
- Society for Vascular Ultrasound,
- The American Society of Echocardiography,
Are you interested in these medical sonography (ultrasound) job listings and looking to attend a vocational school? The Diagnostic Medical Sonography program at Hunter Business School comprises extensive training and coursework in the areas of abdominal, OB/GYN, vascular, neonatal, and cardiac (echocardiographic) sonography, as well as sonography of superficial structures (e.g., thyroid gland, breast, testicles).
To supplement the classroom and lab work, a substantial portion of the Diagnostic Medical Sonography program is devoted also to placement at various clinical affiliates in Nassau and Suffolk counties, Queens, Brooklyn, and Manhattan for a range of scanning opportunities and experiences.
The diversity of clinical settings gives Diagnostic Medical Sonography students the opportunity to develop their scanning skills and helps them fully integrate didactic knowledge with direct, hands-on clinical experience. Diagnostic Medical Sonography students apply what they have learned in the classroom and labs to turn theoretical knowledge into practical skills.
The Career Services department at Hunter Business School does more than prepare students for employment. Staff members help students get started in exciting, rewarding careers and make the transition to the workplace as quickly and easily as possible. Questions about jobs are answered promptly and professionally, and any concerns are addressed.
- Job interviewing skills
- Résumé preparation
- Cover and thank you letter writing
- Clinical externship rotations
- Career counseling and support