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Ready to take your next step toward a career in the vital field of medical radiology? A Limited Medical Radiologic Technologist with Medical Assisting Skills certificate program from The College of Health Care Professions can help you serve in a variety of medical and healthcare settings supporting patient diagnostic care.

As a student, your courses will include theory of diagnostic X-rays, radiation production and the operation and maintenance of radiology equipment. You will also be taught proper medical terminology and learn medical office skills that will ensure you become an integral part of a health care team. Limited Medical Radiologic Technologists perform routine diagnostic radiographs of the chest, bony thorax, extremities, skull, facial bones and vertebral column, and are responsible for explaining these procedures to patients, as well as for setting up and operating X-ray equipment.

With a Limited Medical Radiologic Technologist with Medical Assisting Skills certificate from CHCP, you can take on the rewarding challenges of roles such as Limited-Scope Radiologic Technologist. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics*, job openings for Radiologic Technologists are projected to grow 7 percent through 2029—a faster than average pace.

Complete the program in our blended delivery format in 58 weeks.


  • Medical Terminology
  • Introduction to Dental Assisting
  • Overview of Anatomy & Physiology
  • Radiographic Terminology
  • Radiation Protection and Safety
  • Imaging Equipment
  • Patient Care in Radiologic Sciences
  • Radiation Biology
  • Radiographic Math and Calculations
  • And More!


  • Chiropractic offices
  • Diagnostic imaging centers
  • Private physician offices
  • Group physician practices
  • Medical clinics
  • Urgent care facilities
  • Orthopedic offices
  • Outpatient clinics

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CHCP, founded by physicians, has been educating students for allied health careers for over 30 years.

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