Radiologic Technologist Training Program Chicago, IL
Become a Radiologic Technologist (Rad Tech) and control your career by opting for the U.S.’s most in-demand health care career. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, an expected increase of 9% is anticipated from 2018 to 2028.
Radiologic technology is a diagnostic modality used for medical imaging procedures. A radiologic technologist, also known as a radiographer or x-ray tech, performs diagnostic imaging examinations, such as x-rays, on patients. It is a powerful tool that can offer a wealth of information about the human body. This program prepares individuals to provide medical imaging services to patients. Includes instruction in applied anatomy and physiology, patient positioning, radiologic technique, radiation biology, safety, and emergency procedures, equipment operation and maintenance, quality assurance, patient education, and medical imaging/radiologic services management. Radiologic technologists are responsible for handling infectious and radioactive materials and ensuring that safety measures meet government regulations. They may oversee radiologic staff, assigning duties, supervising the work, and help the facility in various administration related activities. Radiologic technologists and technicians work in hospitals, doctor’s offices or clinics and laboratories.
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Additional requirements for MRI, Radiology, DMS, NICVS, and Surgical Programs:
Applicants who don’t have at least 30 college credits will have to take and pass a free placement test of Stellar Career College to qualify for the admission into MRI, Radiology, DMS, NICVS, or Surgical program. Placement test can be taken online or at the College campus by appointment.
- Applicants must complete an application for admission
- Applicants should schedule an appointment for an application interview
- Applicants must complete a nationally recognized basic skills assessment or have a High School diploma
- Applicants must complete and sign an enrollment agreement
Graduates who will pass all courses included in the program as per college’s Satisfactory Academic Requirements and fulfill their financial obligation towards the college will receive a Certificate of Completion. Graduates may be eligible to challenge national certification exam to become certified by passing the credentialing examination provided they meet all additional requirements of the credentialing agency including but not limited to the background check requirements. Please check credentialing eligibility requirements by contacting the credentialing agency directly.