Born and raised in Haiti, the idea of leaving the motherland had never crossed my mind. Eight years prior to moving to the United States, in search for better care for my son, I was involved in managing high-risk pregnancies as an obstetrician, and I loved it (the scanning, interacting with my patients)!
Therefore, getting enrolled in a DMS (Diagnostic Medical Sonography) program was a no brainer for me. I chose Cambridge mainly because the staff made a better impression on me, and because there was no waiting list. My Anatomy and Physiology teacher and my classmates really made me feel welcome (as I had to quickly adapt to a new culture, way of doing things, etc.), which made the transition period smooth for me.
I couldn’t be part of a better group, as my classmates set the bar really high. The instructors at Cambridge are very knowledgeable and genuinely committed to helping us pass our boards. I honestly believe that by being exposed to all these different modalities, I am a far better healthcare worker than I was entering this program.