Diagnostic Medical Sonography Student Wins Prestigious President’s Award

Keiser University congratulates David Sorenson, a Diagnostic Medical Sonography Fort Myers campus student who is the latest recipient of the coveted President’s Award.

“David is a second career student of the DMS program who has maintained excellence in his professionalism here at Keiser. His attitude toward becoming a qualified sonographer shows in his dedication to understand the material, as well as perform at his best, which will go a long way when it comes to his career,” said instructor Angela Chang, who’d nominated David due to his professionalism and dedication.

To learn more about Keiser university’s Diagnostic Medical Sonography program, please visit: https://keiser-education.com/programs/health-care/undergrad/diagnostic-medical-sonography

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