Diagnostic Medical Sonography
UPDATE!!! DMS APPLICANTS
DMS Program has a new pre-requisite: Medical Terminology (AH 105).
Students applying during the March 1st-15th, 2020 application period will need to have completed AH 105 prior to submitting an application. Please check the MSJC schedule of classes for AH 105 offerings in Spring 2019, Summer 2019, and Fall 2019.
Please see a Nursing and Allied Health Counselor if you have any questions. (951) 639-5577.
The DMS program will continually strive to provide students with high quality education through coursework, laboratory and excellent clinical training, to prepare the student for future employment as a Diagnostic Medical Sonographer.
The DMS program is dedicated to student preparation for the American Registry of Diagnostic Medical Sonographer exams to become a registered sonographer.
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Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs
25400 US Highway 19 N., Suite 158
Clearwater, FL 33763
The current Joint Review Committee on Education in Diagnostic Medical Sonography (JRCDMS) report can be found here.
Student Information Workshops are offered once per semester with an online link to workshop information if unable to attend in person. A summary of the information on this site can also be found in this DMS brochure and on the Graduation Requirements page.
Students who complete the Diagnostic Medical Sonography Program on the Menifee Valley Campus of Mt. San Jacinto College are able to do the following:
- Complete the American Registry of Diagnostic Medical Sonographers Ultrasound Physics
and Instrumentation exam, abdomen and small parts, and the obstetrics/gynecology
- Demonstrate proper use of ultrasound equipment and image improvement. Document proper
imaging of the abdomen, small parts, obstetrics and gynecology ultrasound exams, include
differential diagnosis of pathologies seen.
- Utilize therapeutic verbal and nonverbal communication with patients, families, staff and physicians. Demonstrate professional behavior as outlined by the AIUM guidelines, honoring all HIPPA laws.