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... mtelsey, It takes 2 years to become a registered radiographic technologist (associates degree). I don't know where you're from, but most of the x-ray programs i've seen are located in community type colleges or a branch of a big university. Usually, you must take an entrance type exam to which your score will be compared and considered with the rest of the applicants. The... (11 replies)
... I am too wanting to become and xray tech, but i dont want to do the nine month schooling... What is the Assicoates degree taht you can get becoming an x-ray tech? please let me know. (11 replies)
... Limited techs are only "legally" allowed to take regular x-rays (I say legally because i've heard of some doctors allowing LMR's to do MRI's etc; beware of this because you could get into potential legal trouble--shady area). LMR's are not allowed to perform ultrasounds, MRI's or even special procedures (e.g. artery catherizations, kidneys etc.) Even though it's only 9... (11 replies)

... Hello XRay Man! Thank you for the response. I went for the rad tech program at Port Huron Hospital. I had tried back in 96, but didn't make it. ... (13 replies)
X-ray techs
Jan 21, 2008
... Any info is appreciated thanks! ... (7 replies)

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