Ultrasound Technician Interview Questions

29 Ultrasound Technician Questions and Answers by on June 25th, 2018

Heather Douglass has over 20 years of experience as a Career Coach, Recruiter, and HR Specialist. Much of her experience is as a Technical Recruiter in the healthcare industry.

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What sonography equipment do you have experience working on?

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Ultrasound Technician Interview Questions

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    What sonography equipment do you have experience working on?

      How to Answer

      For this question, your interviewer is looking to see what types of equipment you have experience working on. Be open and honest with your answer as they probably won't be able to tell what equipment you have worked on from your resume or application. There are no wrong answers for this question. Just be sure to reiterate that you are open and able to be trained on new equipment.

      Answer Examples

      Heather's Answer

      "In my time working in obstetrics, I have worked on basic 2-D, 3-D and transvaginal machines. I have also worked in a large hospital on a smaller portable machine where I performed exams in patient rooms. I have experience working on both Philips and Siemens machines and am confident in my ability to learn new machines."

      Ryan's Answer

      "During my clinical rotation in school, I feel fortunate to have been able to experience a variety of machines. I worked on 2-D and 3-D machines as well as a breast ultrasound machine. With a little bit of training, I was able to pick up smoothly on these pieces of equipment."

      Ryan's Answer

      "With my years of experience, I have seen all of the great advancements in our field and I feel very fortunate to have experience on a wide variety of equipment. I have experience on doppler, 2-D, 3-D and mobile machines.
      More recently, I have been trained on working on a transrectal scanner. I thrive on the variety of my current position and love the aspect of being able to hone a new craft in the field."