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Vascular Sonography

Fotosearch_k7021887_1.jpgThis is a new program that is being developed. Please contact the Admissions Office to add your name to a contact list for more information once it is available. or (617)322-3575

Labouré's Professional Certificate in Vascular Sonography is the only vascular sonography program in Massachusetts.

The 16-month program combines theory with hands-on clinical learning. This will provide you with both the skills and knowledge to begin your first job as a competent vascular sonographer.

What is Vascular Sonography?

The vascular concentration of diagnostic medical sonography is non-invasive testing that images blood vessels within the circulatory system.

Vascular/Doppler sonography detects stenosis, atherosclerosis, blood clots (DVT), venous insufficiency, evaluation of stents and grafts, and blood flow perfusion abnormalities. 

The vascular sonographer is a highly specialized, nationally registered healthcare professional. Vascular technologists must posses and integrate a thorough understanding of patient care skills, ultrasound physics, Doppler sonography, cross sectional anatomy, both physiology, and exercise physiology, and pathophysiology.

Watch this video from the Society for Vascular Ultrasound to learn more about what Vascular Sonographers do each day!

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Who should apply?

Vascular Sonography Admission Requirements:

  • Bachelor degree in any field OR an associate degree in allied health with a patient care component
  • Interview with program chairperson

Patient care experience is recommended.

Applicants must have completed the following courses with grade of C or higher:

  • College level Algebra or higher math
  • College level English
  • College level general physics or radiography physics
  • Anatomy and Physiology 1 & 2 (within 5 years)

Applicants may have one outstanding prerequisite course that must be completed prior to the start of the program.

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For more information on this program please contact Cory Finn, Program Faculty, or email Admissions at