As a Radiologic Technologist (RAD), you’ll perform diagnostic imaging exams, like X-rays, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans, and computed tomography (CT) scans to look for patient issues. The RAD works with physicians in hospitals, healthcare facilities, local medical centers, or imaging centers to evaluate the images and determine if more need to be taken, keeps detailed patient records, prepares patients for procedures, and operates equipment for images.
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At our school, the Radiologic Technology Associate Degree program teaches students the technical skills needed to be successful in their jobs. Skills such as vital sign checks, CPR, medical terminology, the positioning of body and equipment, anatomy and physiology, and more are crucial for a certified Radiologic Technologist. The RAD program is offered at our Aurora, CO campus.
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Have you been thinking of a career in radiology, or are you searching for radiology technology programs near you? Concorde can help you realize your career aspirations through an associate degree in the exciting, growing field of diagnostic health care. Reach out and learn about our classes and requirements today!
*Program length can vary by Location, see specific Campus Catalog for program length
As a Radiologic Technologist, your daily tasks vary depending on the kind of environment in which you work. Concorde can prepare you comprehensively for successful entry into the field of radiology through comprehensive technical training.
Classroom-to-career skills training
Coursework emphasizes skills directly transferable to a real-world work setting, including the following focus areas:
- Vital sign checks
- Medical terminology
- Anatomy and physiology
Rad tech jobs are projected to grow at a faster-than-average rate of 7 percent. This field is forecast to continue its growth because of an increase in breaks and fractures due to osteoporosis and other medical conditions unique to a growing aging population. Find out more about what a career in radiologic technology looks like.
*Source: BLS.gov 2019-2029
Where can a radiologic technologist work?
Radiologic technologists are in demand in a variety of job settings, including:
- Private practices
- Group practices
Accreditation and Licensure
Accreditation and licensure are an important part of an academic institution’s operation. Visit our Accreditations and Licensure page for more details about our accreditations and licensure.
Below you will find campus-specific information about the Radiologic Technologist program.
FOR THE AURORA CAMPUS:
The Radiologic Technology program is accredited for 8 years by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT), 20 North Wacker Drive, Suite 2850, Chicago, IL 60606-3182; 312-704-5300 or firstname.lastname@example.org; http://www.jrcert.org.