Medical Imaging Jobs
The need for high-performing imaging technologists is strong, and we have immediate job opportunities in every region of the country, in every kind of facility, for full- and part-time medical imaging professionals.
As an imaging technology professional, you balance the sometimes conflicting needs of gently calming your patients’ fears and capturing high-tech images that are as crisp and revealing as possible. It’s rewarding work that demands a lot, and it gives a lot back.
At Soliant we understand the delicate balance you maintain every day. That’s why we’re dedicated to placing imaging technologists into the most desirable and rewarding jobs in the country.
Medical Imaging Duties
A medical imaging specialist plays an important role in diagnostics and improved patient health. Essential duties include creating images inside the patient’s body to create accurate diagnoses, assess medically affected areas and plan for the proper treatments. A medical imaging professional must know how to use such technologies as sonography and radiography to take internal images of a patient’s body. Typical daily tasks include processing images of internal organs, analyzing tissues and reading other bodily function levels on a screen in order to make an accurate diagnosis. Most medical imaging professionals choose to specialize in specific areas of imaging, which comes with its own set of daily duties and requirements.
Medical Imaging Education Requirements
A medical imaging expert is required to have a licensed certificate or an associate’s degree in order to be considered for candidacy for a professional position in a hospital or medical clinic. Most states require certification from a national board as well, and acquiring it is heavily advised. Finally, a medical imaging professional must acquire certification from the American Registry of Diagnostic Medical Sonographers, or the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists, depending on the area of specialization that the medical imaging student chooses to pursue. Most prospective medical imaging individuals choose to attend courses that will give them hands-on experience with imaging technologies and patient interaction in order to develop necessary abilities such as critical thinking skills, compassionate patient communication and effective teamwork.
Medical Imaging Job Market
Depending on the area of specialization, the national salary averages medical imaging professionals can vary greatly depending on the individual’s experience, level of education and state of hire. Since a certificate or associate’s degree is required, higher levels of education can greatly impact the individual’s pay scale. The Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts a 26% growth for sonography, and a 9% growth for radiologic technology, making it an ideal time to enter the growing market.
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