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... if a patient ask you why you taking another x ray what do you tell them as a xray tech (3 replies)
... Is an XRay Technician a good career choice? ... (13 replies)
... im about to start my program and be a licensed limited xray really interested in this field and wanted to acually get Radiologist Tech and get into Nuclear Medicine... ... (4 replies)

... Melissa, I am not aware that you need any college courses. It depends on where you go to school and what their requirements are. My daugter is a registered sonographer as well as a radiographer. The sonographers I have worked with have all been radiographers first and then went into ultrasound. I am sure you already know you most certainly do not have to be an RT first but... (1 replies)
... thanks jennifer... Well I was considering Wayne State University because it's closer to home. But I can't find the exact course that I would need to take there. But my friends mom (who monitors the mother and baby in the delivery rooms at one of the hospitals around here..) told me that she knows some ultrasoundographers that have went to WSU for schooling, but I can't seem... (11 replies)
... gram is 18mths long. So, if you were intrested in Ultrasound I would look into that also. Not sure about GA, but I have never heard that you would have to be an Xray tech before becomming an Ultrasound tech. I attend Sanford Brown Institute, I know they are all over the US try looking into that before making any choices. ... (6 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)
... From what I know about all of it from my research, you can get a 2 year associate degree in applied science, or technology, or radiology, depending on where you go to get your schooling, and what they call your particular degree. (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)
... I wanted to add, that I got more info from a local college here (spencerian college that seems to be on all the radiography websites as the college in ky to get certified) that offers LMR training and certification. I figured that since I do not know if we will be here for long, this would be good to start w/, then according to the college info, after 9 months I will be done... (11 replies)
... wow I didn't even know, but thank you so much for telling me! my doc told me I couldn't lift 30lbs or above a few years ago but he never took me off this restriction! I guess it is permanent! (4 replies)
... Respiratory Therapist, phlebotomist, xray tech... Stay away from PT and OT. ... (4 replies)
... You will need a 4 year college degree to have your application considered. Most programs do not tell you this up front, but applications are scored so that this is the primary qualification, it accounts for something like 90% of the score. Applications people without a 4 year college degree is pretty much tossed. You can have 20 years of job experience in a highly technical... (2 replies)
... Hi I work as a Radiographer in England. It's a really rewarding career, and is what you make of it. If you want the excitement of trauma situation you work as part of the trauma team, taking initial films on portable x-ray equipment, and trying to acheive the nearly impossible of getting good images of badly deformed, limbs all the while remembering that the broken bit is... (13 replies)
... I'm not sure what area you're in but in my area if you talk to the hospital admin. or a department boss *lab, x-ray, etc....* they may let you come in once or twice to see what goes on in the department. Since HIPPA is such a big thing I don't know if that still goes on much or not. You could try. At least ask for a walk through and look at the department, talk to the workers,... (13 replies)
... I hear a lot of people even from other fields say they want to go into real estate...too bad this is not the forum to discuss that option. i wish i could learn more. (13 replies)
... Go for something that will make you happy and something you enjoy. As much as I love the field I am so unhappy where I work. It affects every aspect of my life. I recently took a real estate course and passed my exam today. I'm thinking about throwing in the towel on x-ray for the time being to take a mental break. Healthcare is a very stressful field to be in. Think about the... (13 replies)
... I looked up a reputable school's Pharmacy program and wow, it's almost like Brain Surgeon! Ugh, I don't want to go to school for 6 years at my age! I dunno, right now I am just so confused about where to go career-wise. I'm out of work...... (13 replies)
... There are many different support positions in medicine. Even in nursing there are different levels. What are you interested in knowing? Help us out by giving us guidelines as to your interests, e.g. hours, education requirements, salary, hospital vs private setting, working with people or not, adrenalin-junkie or laid-back, whatever seems important. (13 replies)
... Hey, Have you checked into your local community college and see if they offer a course for Phlebotomy Technician. Phlebotomist are part of the Labortory Technician group. I'm going to school right now for it.. And enjoy it.... I was afford a job at william beaumont hospital here in Michigan starting at $30,000 a year. But, desided to go back to school full time. You can... (13 replies)

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