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Associate Degree

 
A vascular technologist uses ultrasound to look at a woman's circulatory system

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    Contact Us

    Rachel Kendoll, Program Director
    Rachel.Kendoll@scc.spokane.edu
    509-533-8617

    Additional Application Requirements

    Program start: Fall (waitlist)
    Pre-requisites: Yes
    Program length: 7 quarters
    Number of students each start: 16
    Contact: Rachel Kendoll 509-533-8617
    Applications deadline: N/A
    Please note: Required to complete a six month, fulltime clinical internship as part of program. Employment rate excellent outside of Spokane. Program includes mandatory clinicals outside of Spokane

    About

    Are you interested in how our circulation system works? Do you want to work closely with physicians to diagnose and treat patients? Vascular technology is a growing field that might be for you. 

    Our vascular technology program will prepare you for a career as a vascular technologist, vascular sonographer or cardiovascular technologist. You will learn how to operate high-tech sonography equipment, perform vascular tests on patients to find abnormalities and develop a clinical understanding of major vascular diseases and disorders.

    Learn to evaluate and interpret data and communicate with physicians, patients and the rest of the healthcare team. You’ll be prepared for a career in a hospital, clinic or lab setting.