There is a wide variety of radiology careers, each specializing in certain medical imaging equipment and the types of diseases and conditions they are best suited for. These radiology disciplines include CT Technologist, Mammography Technologist, MRI Technologist, Nuclear Medicine Technologist, Medical Laboratory Technologist, Clinical Laboratory Scientist, Medical Technologist, and Phlebotomist.
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Computed Tomography Technologists work closely with doctors to prepare and execute CT scans. This includes positioning patients, administering sedatives, monitoring the scanning process, and discussing results with both the doctor and the patient. This is a promising, well-paid career projected to grow in the next few years. Click here to learn more and view current CT technologist jobs.
Mammography Technologists manage and operate mammography equipment to create diagnosable images of patients’ breasts for the doctor to treat them properly. The mammography technologist career has a great outlook and salary for those seeking a healthcare job in radiology. Click here to learn more and view current Mammography Technologist jobs.
MRI Technologists guide and monitor patients through the magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) process and safely manage equipment on behalf of doctors. The average pay and outlook of this career are positive, and as the population ages the need for such diagnostic imaging will increase. Click here to learn more and view current MRI Technologist jobs.
Nuclear Medicine Technologist
Nuclear Medicine Technologists have a highly specialized job within the medical field. These healthcare workers prepare and administer radiopharmaceuticals and capture images to be used to diagnose infections or disorders. Click here to learn more and view current Nuclear Medicine Technologist jobs.
Ultrasound Technicians perform sonograms to produce images for diagnosis or conduct tests. Also known as diagnostic medical sonographers, it is their responsibility to operate necessary equipment and interact with patients before, during, and after the procedure. To learn more, click here to view current Ultrasound Technician jobs.
Radiologic Technologists have the essential job of managing and producing x-ray images. These healthcare workers must maintain and operate the x-ray equipment, as well as caring for patients and guiding them through the imaging process. Click here to view current Radiologic Technician jobs and learn more.