Verify the status of an employee or other persons using ARDMS’ status verification directories. For a more refined search of certificants, visit our Directory of Certificants.
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- Broken registry items does no harm. You don’t need to fix them. More importantly, you don’t need to pay for a service that offers you to fix broken registry items, which are essentially only unused registry items. But of course, we don’t want to rule out the possibility of any real issues in the registry items.
If you are looking to verify a current, expired or sanctioned ARDMS credential:
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ARDMS Directory of Registrants here – Verify Credential of Active Registrants
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ARDMS Directory of Retired Registrants – View a list of persons with “Retired” status by ARDMS.
Sanction List – View a list of persons who have been determined to have violated ARDMS Compliance Policies and are under sanction.
Persons No Longer Registered – View a list of persons who are no longer registered due to non-compliance with ARDMS rules pertaining to maintenance of CME credits and/or fees.
If you are looking for information on a pending ARDMS credential verification:
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Registrant Status Verification – Obtain status verification letter by logging on to MY ARDMS.
ARDMS Identification (ID) Cards – View information about ARDMS ID cards.
Employers and others concerned about accurate, current ARDMS certification status should confirm that all documents and information presented by sonographers and/or vascular technologists are accurate to secure or maintain employment or to verify certification status.