ARDMS office July 3 Closure

The ARDMS office will be closed on Friday, July 3, 2020 and will re-open on Monday, July 6 in observance of the July 4th holiday. Please contact us via our Contact Us form if you have any questions and a member of the Customer Care team will address your question when the office is back open.

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Statement on Racism, Social Injustice, Inequality and Inequity

Racism and social injustices in all forms must end. Inteleos and its family of certification Councils, the American Registry for Diagnostic Medical Sonography (ARDMS), the Alliance for Physician Certification & Advancement (APCA) and the Point-Of-Care Ultrasound Certification Academy (PCA), support peaceful protests and the implementation of lasting solutions to end racism, social injustice, inequality and inequity.

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Important Update on COVID-19

ARDMS is currently accepting, processing and approving applications for all ARDMS examinations. Pearson VUE our test vendor is open and operating, however at limited capacity and locations. Please visit the ARDMS COVID-19 page for the latest information.

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Ultrasound Jobs by ARDMS

Instructor / Clinical Coordinator, Diagnostic Medical Sonography Program | Laramie County Community College


Cheyenne, Wyoming, The Instructor / Clinical Coordinator of LCCC’s Diagnostic Medical Sonography Program is a full time-benefited position that is responsible for program instruction, curriculum development, overall coordination of clinical instruction and clinical rotations for the DMS Program. These responsibilities include but are not limited to: develop clinical site contacts; understand and communicate the program’s clinical needs to all stakeholders; coordinate, plan, and communicate the clinical schedules each semester; evaluate and ensure the effectiveness of the clinical affiliate/clinical education centers; assist with tracking student clinical progress; conduct clinical site visits, and report the overall status for the areas of responsibility to the Program Director. In addition, this position will instruct and develop and curriculum that is student-centered, hands-on, with active instruction in didactic and laboratory courses to meet the standards of the College, state regulatory, and national accreditation requirements. This position participates in recruitment, retention, and academic advising of students, serving on various committees; coordinating and/or participating in school-based community events and service-learning activities and participating in local, state, regional, or national professional activities and organizations, and comprehensive program assessment. The essential functions of this position require the ability to work a variable work schedule including day, evening, and weekend courses, which may be located on the Cheyenne campus, Outreach campuses, and clinical sites as assigned. This is an 11-month faculty position with faculty having 206 assigned duty days. Laramie County Community College is dedicated to student success and aspires to develop world-class community college faculty.  The College’s faculty positions have the primary responsibilities of teaching assigned courses, holding regular office hours, being available for students, advising, and collaborating on departmental objectives. In addition, all faculty work in alignment with the College’s mission, vision, and values to continuously improve as professional educators and experts in their field. Faculty further serve the College in collaborative and collegial relationships across the institution. Full-time faculty are offered provisional status upon employment. All LCCC faculty are supported by the Faculty Academy within the Center for Excellence in Teaching.   LCCC in its strategic plan has identified important Core Values and Aspirational Values, which are inherent in the cultural fabric of the College.  The person fulfilling this role is expected to bear these qualities and advocate for them.    Minimum: Associate degree from a regionally accredited institution in an Allied Health Discipline Two (2) years of full-time professional experience as a general and vascular sonographer Two (2) years of experience instructing of sonography student in a CAAHEP-accrediting program Completion of a sonography training program from a CAAHEP – accredited school of Diagnostic Medical Sonography Current ARDMS certification in both Abdomen, OB/GYN, and Vascular Current CPR for Healthcare Providers or ability to obtain CPR certification within 12 months from hire date Preferred: Bachelor’s degree or higher from a regionally accredited institution in an Allied Health Discipline or related field Two (2) years of instructional experience in a clinical or educational setting to include online course work Current Breast, Pediatric or Musculoskeletal certification Knowledge of Committee on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP) and Joint Review Committee on Education in Diagnostic Medical Sonography (JRCDMS) Active in professional organization(s) at the local, state, and/or national level 30% on top of salary come in benefits

Ultrasound SmartBrief

3D ultrasound shows promise in blood flow measurement


A study in the journal Radiology found that three 3D color-flow ultrasound systems yielded accurate, reproducible blood flow measurements, two of which were within 10% for flow response measurement. "These are fantastic results that show that, from a technology point of view, some systems could be ready to go to the clinic," lead researcher Oliver Kripfgans said. AuntMinnie (free registration) (7/1)