Middle Tennessee Cardiovascular Institute
ABOUT MTCVI
Middle Tennessee Cardiovascular Institute is proud to offer their new 13 month Adult Echocardiography Program. Our first class of 2018 will prepare students for the exciting career of Diagnostic Cardiac Sonography. We want to ensure that a student’s time at Middle Tennessee Cardiovascular Institute is a enjoyable learning experience that provides lasting professional contacts and invaluable knowledge of Adult Echocardiography.
ENROLLMENT
Applicants must meet all of the requirements before being considered for admission to the the Middle Tennessee Cardiovascular Institute Adult Echocardiography program.

Program Requirements

Tuition and Fees
 
OUR PROGRAM
Middle Tennessee Cardiovascular Institute faculty and staff are committed to preparing quality and professional cardiac sonographers that will be successful in passing their Registry Exam for Certification, and thrive in an entry level position in Adult Echocardiography. The MTCVI curriculum allows students to have guided, hands-on training in patient care, anatomy, physiology, pathology, scanning, and all necessary career skills.

Middle Tennessee Cardiovascular Institute offers a thirteen (13) month Program that consists of 35 hours per week for 45 weeks resulting in a total of 1,110 clock hours.

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