By: Sayra Lopez
What is a Radiologist?
- Interpersonal skills
- Logic Skills
- Technological Skills
- Communication Skills
Radiologist must attend medical school after earning their bachelors degree. Following medical school, a four year residency is required. One all this is complete, radiologist must become board certified, pass the United States Medical Licensing Exam, and obtain a license to practice medicine in their state. Additional certifications in radiology can be obtained from the American Board of Radiologist.
- Radiologist salaries can vary depending on your experience, the location, company, industry, and benefits provided. Nationwide, most radiologists make between $112,000-$166,400+ per year or $53,86- $80+ per hour.
There are currently 691,000 radiologists in the United States, with 30,510 new radiologist job openings created each year.
Types of positions available in North Carolina
Carolina Healthcare System: Radiology Technologist located in Lincolnton, NC
technology that uses computer-processed x-rays to produce tomographic images of specific areas of the scanned object, allowing the user to see inside without cutting.
Fusion Imaging Radiology
Also known as Hybrid imaging refers to the fusion of two (or more) imaging modalities to form a new technique. By combining the innate advantages of the fused imaging technologies synergistically, usually a new and more powerful modality comes into being.
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