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With the medical field growing in Alabama at a wonderful rate across the country, there is plenty of opportunities available for people who would like to become an ultrasound technician in Alabama. There is tremendous growth in the country for allied health careers and we could not be more excited about it! The time for getting in to one of the great careers today. See how to get on the pathway to diagnostic medical sonography licensing and more below.

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How to Become an ultrasound technician in Alabama

Each of the four actions needed to become an ultrasound tech in Alabama are examined below.

Step 1: Finish high school or get your G.E.D.

You must have graduated from high school or have your GED to gain entry in to any accredited ultrasound technician schools in Alabama.

Step 2: Enroll in an accredited ultrasound technician school in Alabama

H Councill Trenholm State Community College 1225 Air Base Blvd Montgomery AL 36108-3199 334-420-4200 Diagnostic Medical Sonography/Sonographer and Ultrasound Technician
Cardiac and Vascular Institute of Ultrasound 2936 North McVay Drive Mobile AL 36606 251-433-1600 Diagnostic Medical Sonography/Sonographer and Ultrasound Technician
Virginia College-Birmingham 488 Palisades Blvd. Birmingham AL 35209 205-802-1200 Diagnostic Medical Sonography/Sonographer and Ultrasound Technician
Lurleen B Wallace Community College 1000 Dannelly Blvd. Andalusia AL 36420-1418 334-222-6591 Diagnostic Medical Sonography/Sonographer and Ultrasound Technician
George C Wallace State Community College-Hanceville 801 Main St NW Hanceville AL 35077-2000 256-352-8000 Diagnostic Medical Sonography/Sonographer and Ultrasound Technician

Step 3: Graduate from the training course in Alabama and all required training hours

Finishing an authorized training program is mandatory to become an ultrasound tech in the state of Alabama.Most training programs mandate that prospective ultrasound technicians finish a pre-determined number of training hours in a clinical setting to be able to take the licensing test in the state of Alabama.

Step 4: Get an RDMS certification in Alabama

Each of the major national certification tests administered in Alabama are outlined here and we cover them all in full detail and we also get in to what to do to have success in the licensing process in Alabama.

Ultrasound technician salary and jobs in Alabama

There’s a higher than average demand for ultrasound technicians throughout the U.S. and in Alabama. The Bureau of Labor Statistics expects a 28% in the State of Alabama through 2026. The expected places that employers will hire in Alabama are at offices of other healthcare practitioners, hospitals and physicians offices are projected to fill the bulk of the added jobs. No matter the job setting, these jobs will likely allow for considerable time learning under the guidance of physicians, specialized medical personnel and various other professionals the ultrasound technician in Alabama might like to ultimately advance into. To compare pay statistics for Alabama by location and county, please take a look at the table below that uses the latest statistics.

LocationPay TypeLowMedianHigh
United StatesHourly$23.39$33.49$47.64
Birmingham-Hoover, AL MSAHourly$21.85$28.62$37.05
Northwest Alabama BOSHourly$20.33$28.41$36.38
Huntsville, AL MSAHourly$18.08$27.53$37.33
Tuscaloosa, AL MSAHourly$20.76$26.92$37.61
Columbus, GA-AL MSAHourly$16.80$26.84$35.63
Mobile, AL MSAHourly$14.88$25.06$35.73
Northeast Alabama BOSHourly$19.76$24.23$30.14
Southeast Alabama BOSHourly$16.51$23.91$30.22
Dothan, AL MSAHourly$17.78$23.46$31.03
Montgomery, AL MSAHourly$17.39$23.09$32.35