Ultrasound Solutions Corp. (USC) is offering a wide variety of CME seminars and workshops locally at our ultramodern Ronkonkoma headquarters.

  • Convenient location right here in Suffolk County (between the LIE and Veterans Highway; near Long Island MacArthur Airport)
  • Earn CME credits
  • Gain knowledge and insight
  • Enhance your skills
  • Network with colleagues – old & new!
  • Evening and weekend courses offered
  • Refreshments provided

Learn from the Experts:

  • MSK
  • Echo (Adult & Pediatric)
  • Vascular
  • OB/GYN & MFM
  • General Sonography
  • And more!

Mark your calendars! Our upcoming events include:

(Click on the Register Now link to access course details and registration forms, as they become available. PRE-REGISTRATION is required for ALL courses.)


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DATE & TIMECOURSE TYPECOURSE DESCRIPTIONREGISTRATIONDETAILS
February 5, 2020
7:00 – 9:30 PM
ECHOSo many of our Echocardiography patients present with pathology of their cardiac valves. How prepared are you to understand abnormal valve function signs demonstrated with M-mode, 2-D and Doppler imaging techniques? This presentation will cover not only those findings and how the systemic diseases affect the valves of the heart, but will also examine some of the more common artifacts associated with diseased valves.Register NowThis course has been approved for 2.5 SDMS CME credits.
February 26, 2020
7:00 PM – 8:00 PM
FREE EVENT! Ultrasound Assisted Fetal SurgeryDealing with complex pregnancies is a significant challenge. This 1 hour event will provide participants with a greater understanding of the role of ultrasound imaging as it is used to assist Obstetricians and Perinatologists in the management of the fetus during life-promoting surgical procedures. The latest pioneering advances in fetal surgery will be discussed. Presented by Dr. Martin R. Chavez, Chief of Maternal Fetal Medicine and Fetal Surgery at NYU Winthrop Hospital. Space is limited!Register NowThis course has been approved for 1.0 SDMS CME credit.
March 3, 2020
9:15 AM – 1:45 PM
What Lies Beneath – A Real Look at the Organs We ImageThis activity will take place in an actual Cadaver Lab and provides a practical review of gross anatomy, sectional anatomy, relational anatomy and how anatomy correlates with sonographic imaging.
The organs and cavities of the thorax, abdomen, pelvis, and intracranial compartment of a human female cadaver will be dissected and explored. Space is limited, sign up today!
Register NowThis activity has been approved for 3.5 SDMS CME credits.
March 28, 2020
8:00 AM – 5:15 PM
MSKHands-on MSK Workshop with Dr. Nandkumar Rawool. He brings his nationally recognized expertise from Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia to USC. Individual focused hands-on training will be done in small groups so enrollment must be limited to the first 12 people who register. The Shoulder, Elbow, Hand, Hip, Knee, Ankle, and Foot will be covered in both didactic and hands-on sessions.Register NowThis activity has been approved for 6 SDMS CME credits.

Attendee Feedback From Recent CME Events

“The content and speaker were excellent.”

“Instructor was very knowledgeable and patient. He took time to teach us.”

“I liked everything about the program – great overview and hands-on training.”

“I liked that it was specific to our needs and the doctor and staff responded to all our questions.”

“Quality content at a professional level.”

“I’m looking forward to attending another!”

“Very clear and well put together, extremely informative.”

“Wonderful! Dr. Wharton had great enthusiasm!”

“Liked the interactive Q & A style, great image quality, and very useful Doppler information.”

“Enjoyed being challenged; useful information that will help me to be a better and more knowledgeable Sonographer.”

More upcoming events!

Coping with the Stressful Demands of Working in Today’s Busy Imaging Department – Burnout Prevention for the Healthcare Provider; presented by Dr. Stacey Funt (Radiologist & Clinical Instructor in Lifestyle Medicine at Stony Brook University Medical Center’s Department of Family, Population, and Preventive Medicine). She lectures extensively to physicians, physicians-in-training, healthcare providers, and the general community to promote self-care, wellness, and work/life balance. Light dinner & networking from 6:15 – 7:00 PM; Presentation to follow from 7:00 – 8:00 PM.

TCD Basics – A Hands-on Workshop; presented by Dr. Florence Sheehan (Cardiologist and Director of Cardiovascular Research & Training from University of Washington) & Douglas Dunstatter, RDMS, RDCS, RVT (Clinical Assistant Professor at SUNY Downstate’s Diagnostic Medical Imaging Program). Through didactics and use of actual case-based TCD simulators, participants will learn the fundamentals of how to perform a TCD exam and distinguish normal from abnormal. Individual focused hands-on training will be done in small groups so enrollment must be limited to the first 12 people who register.

Wharton’s Wednesdays – Aortic Valve Disease and “Imitators” with Dr. Ronald Wharton (Clinical Cardiologist, Echocardiographer, and nationally recognized expert from New York’s own Northwell Health). Light dinner & networking from 6:15 – 7:00 PM; Presentation to follow from 7:00 – 9:30 PM.

Mastering the PVR – A Hands-on Workshop presented by renowned Vascular expert, Susan Gustavson, RDMS, RVT. Through didactics and hands-on use of PVR equipment, participants will learn the essentials of how to perform PVR exams and distinguish normal from abnormal. Individual focused hands-on training will be done in small groups so enrollment must be limited to the first 12 people who register.

Keep checking our website for updates to the schedule of upcoming course offerings.

New course details and Registration information will be made available here.

In need of expert technical or applications training for your ultrasound machine?

Hospitals and biomed organizations rely on USC to assist with many first call diagnosis of their problematic ultrasound machines. Our technical staff not only works in partnership with such organizations, but in many cases will provide one on one training with the person responsible for such onsite services. This reduces system down time giving the troubleshooting individual the comfort knowing that a technical staff representative from USC will work with them.

When a facility has taken delivery of a new system from USC or when an end user covers for a colleague there can be a few questions. Our applications staff is knowledgeable with the creation of presets, measurements, reporting and network administration of multivendor systems. They can program machines exactly to the liking of individuals. USC has many commonly used systems right at their corporate offices purposed to parallel any question a songrapher may have.