From X-rays to more advanced diagnostic tests such as computed tomography, physicians and surgeons rely on accurate medical imaging to treat diseases and injuries; hospitals and medical clinics, in turn, rely on radiologic technologists to operate and maintain the sophisticated equipment that provide these vital tests. As employment in the health care sector continues to expand, so will the demand for radiologic technologists; in fact, according to the
"We are thrilled to now be offering the radiography program at ACC Ontario," said
Radiologic Technologists work in a variety of healthcare facilities, such as physicians' offices, outpatient imaging centers and hospitals. For more information visit http://americancareercollege.edu/programs/radiography.html.
Founded over 35 years ago,
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