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This institution is regulated by:

Office for Career and Technical Schools

10 N Senate Avenue, Suite SE 308

Indianapolis, IN 46204 

octs@dwd.in.gov

317-234-8338 or 317-232-1732

http://ww.in.gov/dwd/2731.htm

DMS COURSES

Echocardiography Course

The cardiac ultrasound program at Cardinal Tech prepares the student for a career as an integral part of the healthcare team. Our 12-month program consists of classroom, laboratory and simulator training - the likes of which are used at top hospitals and educational institutions such as Massachusetts General Hospital, UCLA Health, Duke University, Northwestern University, and Stanford University to name a few.  We also require an externship portion after the class/lab portion is complete. Most students finish within a 12-16 month period.

 

Graduates may accept jobs in hospitals, physician practices, mobile services and laboratories. Experienced cardiac sonographers may enjoy positions as managers, researchers, educators, or with equipment manufacturers.

 

The U.S. Department of Labor’s job outlook for diagnostic medical sonographers is a 44% increase from 2010-2020 - a significant higher rate than the average occupation at 14%, and at an average salary of $65,000-$75,000 for experienced sonographers, the future is bright!

Vascular Sonograhy Course - Coming Soon!

Just like our cardiac ultrasound program, our vascular program is geared to prepare our students to be ready for life after graduation by utilizing classroom, lab and simulator training.  

 

This 12-month program is designed for students looking for a rewarding career as part of the healthcare team. Ultrasound Technologists work closely with medical staff and physicians to provide their patients with the important care they need for diagnosis and treatment planning.

Our Vascular Program is Coming Soon!  Check back often.

EKG/Telemetry Tech - Coming Soon!

​The EKG/Telemetry course at Cardinal Tech

prepares the student for a career as an EKG

Monitor Tech. These technicians are responsible for accurate record keeping, observation of monitors and prompt recording of cardiac rhythm changes in healthcare and medical facilities.

 

The course is a 12-week program, enabling the student to be ready for job searches in just 3 short months.

 

The U.S. Department of Labor’s job outlook for

laboratory technicians is a 30% increase from 2010-2020 - a significant higher rate than the average occupation at 14%.

 

Our EKG/Telemetry Program is Coming Soon!  Check back often.