As a sonographer, you’ll work closely with other physicians and obstetricians to monitor various medical conditions. Many sonographers have medical degrees, but you may also work as a technician which would not necessarily require MD status. However, you will need some type of formal training if you want to work in this field. Many medical schools and large universities offer coursework in radiologic technology and sonography, so you have some options at your disposal. If you are serious about this career, don’t waste any time. The health care industry is poised for tremendous growth, and sonography will benefit as a result. Now is the time to start training for this exciting career.
Publish date: April 18, 2009