Healthcare Education

Fort Worth’s College of Health Professions Adds Sonography Accreditation

The Bureau of Labor Statistics data says that diagnostic medical sonographers have a projected 10-year employment growth of 19 percent.

For-profit allied health professions institution The College of Health Professions in Fort Worth has been accredited for a diagnostic medical sonography program by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs. The Bureau of Labor Statistics data says that diagnostic medical sonographers have a projected 10-year employment growth of 19%.

“CAAHEP accreditation is a gold standard for employers seeking the highest quality professionals to provide healthcare in their communities,” said Dr. Scott Smith of Radiology Associates of North Texas via release. He is the medical advisor to the CHCP Fort Worth DMS program. “CHCP is an important partner in building a pipeline of talent for our workforce and offering lifelong learning opportunities. This accreditation is well-deserved by CHCP and is validation of their approach to quality education.”

CHCP has 30 years of experience educating various health professionals, and its programs include pharmacy technician, medical assistant, surgical technician, nurse aid, and more.

“CHCP is committed to preparing students not just for employment, but also for a career,” said Eric Bing, chief executive officer of CHCP via release. “We are honored to receive this prestigious accreditation that demonstrates our dedication to providing the highest quality healthcare education that meets the needs of our communities’ employers.”

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