MEDICAL IMAGING TECHNOLOGIST

  • X-ray, Xray, tech, technologist, radiology, radiography, radiograph,
  • CT, computed tomography, cat scan, cat, scan,
  • interventional radiology, IR, Cath, cathlab,
    Interventional, specials, vascular, catheter, cathlab, cath, lab
  • nuc, med, nuclear, medicine, nuclear medicine, pet, PET CT
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  • Radiation, radiation therapy, rad therapy, therapist, radiation therapist
  • US, ultrasound, sono, sonography, echo, echocardiograph

This website was created to help you make informed decisions about becoming a Medical Imaging Technologist. You will find information on the modalities and Jobs in the different imaging fields. You will find Information on locating a school near you, the options that certain schools give, and the credentials that you will need to obtain for starting a successful career. You will find out about the different licensing you will need for each modality and whether or not you may need a national or state license. The site also provides links and information on what to study for the licensing exams (i.e. what book to purchase to ensure your success). You will get insight on what each career has to offer. You can get information on exactly what you want to know about beginning a successful career as a Medical Imaging Technologist.

Explore the Modalities section where you can find information on each modality. You will acquire in depth information on the work environment. You will also get a perspective on how your new career will impact your life.

Research the Schools section for information on your best approach to get the education necessary to enter these growing careers. Get informed on whether you need a 4year Bachelor’s degree, a two year Associates degree, or a Hospital Certificate program. Each one is different. Will it matter which one you get? Find out here.

Stay on top of it by checking out the License section. Do you know where you’ll want to work? What state will it be and do they require state licensing? Get information on state requires, license. Click the links to get started on making yourself employable in that state. You can find information on what modality is a primary license and what is a secondary. You can also get information on National licensing.

Once you’ve got all these things settled, finding a job might just be one click away. We have links to job searches. We recommend supplies you may need on your first day at work!

Whether you choose MRI or Ultrasound, you will find this site insightful and informative.

Have a question? Email us at: radguy1@gmail.com. We will answer it or point you in the right direction to keep you on track to discovering your new career.

4 Responses

  1. Norbert Henn
    Norbert Henn January 15, 2014 at 5:06 pm · Reply

    Looking into career change at age 51. Been working for school system maintenance for 20 years. Would like facts and opinions if this type of field is for me. Currently grossing about 50k annually. Don’t expect to make that much if I go to school and no experience, but would like to work to that level.
    Do have associates degree in business management thru classes that I took at night so I know that part won’t be an obstacle.
    BTW, I live in the Tampa, Florida area

  2. Courtney
    Courtney January 31, 2014 at 10:57 am · Reply

    Hi, just curious as to whether you know if Canadian citizens who complete their education and training in the US are able to obtain working visas? Is it possible or extremely difficult I. Your opinion. It is hard to find information for my situation, so any insight would be appreciated!

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