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Currently Open & Upcoming Examinations

You can apply now for the following examinations.

Once you apply, get familiar with the structure of the exam and take a practice exam (valued at $35). Sign in to MY ARDMS, click on Application Center and sign up for your practice test today! 

​Examination ​Application Period Ready to Apply? ​How to Take Exam
AB ​Year-Round Apply Now  At Home or At a Testing Center
BR ​Year-Round Apply Now At a Testing Center
AE  Year-Round Apply Now ​​At a Testing Center
OB/GYN ​ ​Year-Round Apply Now At a Testing Center
SPI ​Year-Round Apply Now At Home or At a Testing Center
VT ​Year-Round Apply Now ​​At a Testing Center
PE July 12, 2022 – September 20, 2022 Learn More ​​At Home or At a Testing Center
MSKS July 26, 2022 – October 4, 2022 Learn More At Home or At a Testing Center
FE June 7, 2022 – August 16, 2022 Learn More At Home or At a Testing Center
PS June 14, 2022 – August 23, 2022 ​Learn More At Home or At a Testing Center
Ultrasound Jobs by ARDMS

Registered Vascular Ultrasound Technologist | McGreevy NeuroHealth


Saint Augustine, Florida, Seeking (1) experienced Registered Vascular Ultrasound Technologist for a PRN, Part-Time, or Contract position with our private specialty office, specializing in Neurology and Interventional Pain Management.  LOCATION: Work will be done in either our World Golf Village/Saint Augustine clinic or Palm Coast clinic.  SCHEDULE/SHIFT: Weekdays between 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., PRN/PT/Contract. Schedule to be determined/flexible depending on patient schedule. EXPERIENCE: Scanning of all modalities, with preferred areas of carotid, aorta, upper/lower extremity arterial, venous, and TCD.  Requirements: RVT or RDMS required. RMSK recommended. Preferred: 1-year ultrasound tech experience and vascular experience.

Ultrasound SmartBrief

US finds swollen joints a proxy for synovitis in early PsA


Researchers conducted clinical and ultrasound assessments of patients with early psoriatic arthritis who are naive to disease-modifying antirheumatic drugs and found that those with swollen joints were more likely to have synovitis than those with tender joints. "These findings add to the understanding of how clinical examination relates to underlying pathologies on US imaging, which might help to improve the management of early PsA," the researchers wrote. Healio (free registration) (6/29)