What do they do?
Through this program, graduates are prepared to perform x-ray (radiographic) examinations used in patient diagnosis. They prepare patients for radiographic examinations by explaining the procedure, ensuring proper positioning of both the patient and the radiographic equipment. License requirements may vary from state to state.
Where do they work?
Limited Medical Radiography graduates typically work at clinics, public health institutions, and urgent care centers.
What are they paid?
Earnings in individual health care occupations vary as widely as the duties. Many factors play a role in determining the graduate's potential earnings, including years of experience, amount of responsibility required, and the size of the facility or practice of employment. Other factors that impact earnings vary from region to region, such as cost of living. Many areas are experiencing shortages in health care workers. This is having a major impact on earnings.