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Mayo Clinic Radiology provides a multitude of professionally challenging opportunities in diagnostic imaging. These opportunities are supported by highly trained and skilled leaders in the industry. Mayo Clinic Radiology provides the latest technologies and innovative equipment along with experience of working with the best clinical and support teams in the world.
- Breast Imaging Technologists
- Computed Tomography (CT) Technologists
- Interventional Radiologic (IR) Technologists
- Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) Technologists
- Nuclear Medicine Technologists
- Radiologic Technologists
- Quality Control Technologists
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Mayo Clinic Radiology is a multi-specialty department where an individual can expand their medical imaging skills and deliver top quality patient care experiences. These Mayo Clinic imaging roles are professionally challenging and highly rewarding. Each modality description is highlighted below.
Career mobility for technologists is excellent! Opportunities exist for technologists to generalize or to specialize and obtain certification in advanced imaging modalities including computed tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), interventional radiography (IR), breast imaging, and positron emission tomography (PET).
Professional Growth Tracks
- Professional opportunities in this track include: Program Coordinator, Clinical Coordinator, Program Manager, Education Coordinator, and Staff Development Coordinator.
- Mayo Clinic provides continuing education opportunities for technologists in radiology. These educational opportunities are offered by Radiology Education and developed as part of Mayo’s commitment to advance the knowledge and skills of health care professionals.
- Professional opportunities in this track include lead technologists, assistant supervisors, supervisors, operations coordinators, and operations managers.
- Mayo Clinic provides leadership development opportunities for technologists working in radiology to support, nurture, and encourage internal growth. In addition to providing organizational development opportunities at the institutional level, the department of radiology offers an innovative leadership development program specifically designed for radiology employees.
- Professional opportunities in this track include medical imaging technical service technologists, project managers, quality improvement education specialists, and radiology systems analysts.
Careers in Radiology require independent judgment, ingenuity and initiative to obtain diagnostic images in a professional atmosphere while emphasizing patient care. Students of Mayo Clinic School of Health Sciences (MCSHS) Radiology education programs are immersed in a world-class education, led by world-class educators, utilizing world-class resources. As a student in our radiology education programs, we will position you at the heart of premier patient care and cutting-edge research to ensure you achieve your potential and accomplish your professional goals.
Sonography Program: Mayo School of Health Sciences offers a 21-month Sonography Program in Jacksonville, Florida. Academic lectures originate primarily from the Rochester campus and are made available to students in Florida using interactive video-enabled classrooms. Offers clinical experiences needed to create a competent entry-level sonographer.
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