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Thinking about a career in medical radiologic technology? At The College of Health Care Professions, our certificate training program can give you the skills you need to pursue a career as a Limited Medical Radiologic Technologist (LMRT).

From operating high-tech equipment to keeping detailed records, LMRTs—such as X-ray and imaging techs—are critical to today’s healthcare field. The skills these professionals bring to the table help doctors and diagnosticians form a better picture of the root cause of patient distress. This certificate program can prepare you for a specialized career providing x-rays and radiographic images for diagnostic review.

With this certificate program from The College of Health Care Professions, you will be well prepared to pursue a career as an LMRT. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics* reports the job outlook for these medical specialists is on the rise. More than 16,800 new radiologic technologist jobs are expected to become available in the U.S. from 2019 - 2029. That is a rate of 7 percent—almost twice the 3.7 percent projected growth rate for all occupations total.

PROGRAM LENGTH
Complete the program on campus on weekdays in 56 weeks or on campus in the evenings in 75.

Limited Medical Radiologic Technologists, also known as limited X-ray technologists or imaging technologists

The LMRT with MA skills program combines hands-on clinical training, demonstrations, and lectures, making training a fun and interactive experience

More than 30,300 new radiologic technologist jobs are expected to become availabe in the U.S. between 2016 & 2026 (13% growth) according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics

Potential Occupations

  • Physician Offices
  • Diagnostic Imaging Centers
  • Medical Clinics
  • Orthopedic Offices
  • And More!

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

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