Are you CAHEA accredited?

This doesn’t apply to our institution The Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education (CAHEA) accredits only formal ultrasound programs of at least one year in length though Associates’ and Bachelor’s degreed schools are two and four-years, respectively.  Such programs build in “hands-on” experience over this time through clinical observation/performance rotations that fulfill credentialing agency prerequisites immediately upon graduation.

Even though there are over 200 schools in the U.S. alone, each of which qualifies you experientially to undertake any of the sonographer credentialing exam immediately, the overall pass/fail rate remains largely unchanged for the last three decades.

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