Limited Medical Radiologic Technology with MA Skills – Certificate Program
Begin your career as a Limited Radiologic Technologist/ X-Ray Tech with a certificate from CHCP!
Limited Medical Radiologic Technology Program Length:
- Blended – 60 Weeks
Now Offered at our McAllen, TX and Dallas, TX Campuses!
The Limited Medical Radiologic Technologist with Medical Assisting skills program at The College of Health Care Professions provides high-quality X-ray training to students who wish to work directly with patients and are interested in radiology. Limited Medical Radiologic Technologists, also referred to as limited X-ray technologists or imaging technologists, take X-rays of patients’ various anatomy, then pass the images along to doctors for diagnosis. In the LMRT with MA Skills program, you will learn the clinical skills and technical knowledge necessary to become a successful Limited X-Ray Tech. Our LMRT program combines hands-on clinical training, demonstrations, and lectures, making training at CHCP a fun and interactive experience. Throughout the program you will receive a quality education that includes learning:
- Anatomy and Physiology
- Medical Terminology
- Radiation Protection and Safety
- HIPAA/OSHA/Infection Control
- How to obtain and record an accurate patient history
- Digital Image Acquisition, Display, and File
- Patient Care and Medical Assisting Skills and more!
Radiologic Technologist Career Growth
More than 30,300 new radiologic technologist jobs are expected to become available in the U.S. between 2016 and 2026 (13% growth), according to Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). Our LMRT with MA Skills graduates can work in an array of settings, such as hospitals, Diagnostic Imaging Offices, Medical Clinics, Chiropractor Offices and more. For additional career titles and earning potential, please visit www.bls.gov.
Certify Your Skills
We train you for your certification from a variety of accrediting bodies. Upon Graduation, you will be prepared to take the Limited Scope Medical Radiologic Technologist Exam through the Texas Medical Board which is included in your tuition costs.