As a critical member of the healthcare team, radiologic technologists utilizing various imaging technologies, acquire images of a patient’s body for radiologists who will then interpret the images.
Becoming a radiologic technologist typically requires an associate’s or bachelor’s degree. In addition to a degree, in most states, radiologic technologists must be licensed and/or certified to have careers in radiology.
This infographic by Get Your CEU looks at a career in Radiology.
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