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Thoracic/Cardiothoracic Radiologist

Company Name:Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical CenterTitle:Thoracic/Cardiothoracic RadiologistBrief Description:The Department of Diagnostic Radiology at Dartmouth-Hitchcock in Lebanon, New Hampshire is seeking one BC/BE Thoracic/Cardiothoracic Radiologist to join our established service of three radiologists.Full Description:The Department of Diagnostic Radiology at Dartmouth-Hitchcock in Lebanon, New Hampshire is seeking one BC/BE Thoracic/Cardiothoracic Radiologist to join our established service of three radiologists.Responsibilities include interpretation of chest imaging studies, including CT and MR, with option to supervise and interpret cardiac CT and MR imaging studies if the candidate is also a cardiac imager. The Cardiothoracic radiologists are actively involved in the supervision and teaching of radiology residents and medical students, as well as learners from other 

Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center

Lebanon, NH

Radiologist (Thoracic Imaging)

Cleveland Clinic invites highly qualified Board Certified Thoracic Radiologists to join the Imaging Institute. Cleveland Clinic, an internationally renowned subspecialty medical center located in Cleveland, OH, is composed of a 1,bed main campus, ambulatory care facilities, and the Lerner Research Institute. Cleveland Clinic Health System currently encompasses 9 community hospitals and 18 family health centers within the Cleveland metropolitan area. Over million radiological examinations are performed annually system-wide. At our main campus, the Imaging Institute is committed to sub-specialty care where over , chest imaging exams are performed each year, including nearly 20, thoracic CT studies (including approximately 4, lung cancer screening exams) and several hundred chest biopsies. An interest in performing percutaneous interventional procedures in the chest is 

Thoracic Radiologist - Bangor, Maine

 Spectrum Healthcare Partners is seeking a Board Eligible/Board Certified Diagnostic Radiologist with Thoracic fellowship training to join our highly profitable, progressive Radiology group. The successful candidate will also have strong general radiology skills and basic interventional skills. This is primarily a general radiology position with part focus on chest imaging. You will join our established group of 18 radiologists to provide primary coverage at hospitals serving Eastern & Coastal Maine communities. With recent and upcoming new sites of coverage, we aim to expand our group further over the next year. Along with a generous compensation and benefits package, this full-time position offers a two-year to partnership track opportunity, and very reasonable call expectations. All our new associates enjoy 10 weeks of vacation per year, increasing to 12 weeks/year for all partners 

Thoracic , Thoracic Radiologist needed in Cleveland, OH

 physicians of University Hospitals have renewed a promise to meeting our patients? health care needs. Our talented team is integral to our rich history of success and critical to our future in a dynamic environment. As stewards of the UH legacy for excellence in patient care, our physicians are guided by an unwavering commitment to our mission: The Department of Radiology at University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center is in search of a Thoracic Radiologist to help continue with our excellent patient care. Appointment at the level of Clinical Instructor, Assistant Professor, Associate Professor or full Professor is available commensurate with experience. Qualifications: Board-certified or Board-eligible Active Ohio Medical License in good standing upon effective date of employment Excellent clinical and teaching skills Academic appointment, rank and salary will be 

Thoracic , Chest Radiologist

 Ochsner?s Department of Radiology offers a full spectrum of radiological services provided by nationally recognized subspecialized radiologists. We offer a full array of diagnostic and treatment procedures using some of the most advanced technology available. We are also one of the leading radiologic academic centers in the world, as well as one of the busiest clinical departments in the country. Candidates with experience or those directly from  Retirement options ~c3 tuition reimbursement qualifications Highlights for our Chest Radiology Section: Lung screening program Lung transplant program Strong relationship with Pulmonary Medicine and Thoracic Surgery; having weekly conference with the teams Congenital Heart Surgical program Interventional Cardiology program for TAVR Join the 3 Chest Radiologist already in the department Remote reading opportunities 

Thoracic Imaging Radiologist

 Thoracic Imager Einstein Healthcare Network is a private, not-for-profit organization with three major inpatient facilities, including Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia, Einstein Medical Center Elkins Park (including the Moss Rehabilitation Center), and Einstein Medical Center Montgomery, and several outpatient imaging centers.   The radiology department, which is fully integrated across all sites, is a hybrid clinical practice with resident  training, education, and clinical research integral to the position. We pride ourselves on an egalitarian approach to physician scheduling and compensation and a high level of camaraderie and cooperation among staff radiologists, residents, and technologists.  THE POSITION : Clinical: Proficiency in all aspects of thoracic imaging including: Chest HRCT Interstitial lung disease Lung cancer CT screening Dual-Energy (Spectral) 

CARDIOVASCULAR AND THORACIC RADIOLOGIST - WORCESTER, MA

Description Cardiovascular and /or Thoracic RadiologistUMass Memorial Medical Center & UMASS Medical SchoolWorcester, MA  UMass Memorial Medical Center (UMMMC), the clinical partner of the University of Massachusetts Medical School is seeking a Fellowship-trained Cardiovascular and/or Thoracic Radiologist.  The Department of Radiology at UMass Memorial Medical Center www.umassmed.edu/radiology performs over , studies per year, across five hospitals and an outpatient imaging center. Current faculty include 65 fellowship trained Radiologists, all practicing in organ or modality-based divisions, including a 24/7/ Emergency Radiology Division. The department trains 5 Residents per year (20 total). The main department and outpatient imaging center in Worcester have 7 MRIs, 7 CTs, including a Siemens Definition FlashCT and two new Siemens Definition Edge CTs 

Cardiothoracic, Thoracic or Cardiothoracic Imaging Radiologist- Remote Evening Shift

 The  Allegheny Health Network (AHN)  is recruiting full time  Thoracic or Cardiothoracic Imaging Radiologist- Remote Evening Shift to join our team located in Pittsburgh PA . Job Duties: Providing a wide range of diagnostic services including plain film, chest CT (with cardiac CT, gated aortic CTA), TAVR and chest MR imaging (including cardiac MRI). Remote hours pm – pm EST, 7 days on, 7 days off Equipment includes 11 CT scanners, including 64 slice dual source CT, slice CT, multiple 64 slice CT scanners, dedicated procedure CT scanners, and 16 slice PET CT. Computed and digital radiography. Nine Tesla magnets. Up-to-date ultrasound equipment at all sites, generally Philips IU or HD units. Participate fully in a busy division which supplies services to nine hospitals and imaging centers in the greater Pittsburgh and Erie areas. Residents will 

Thoracic Radiologist - Detroit Medical Center - Fellows Welcome!

Thoracic Radiologist - Detroit Medical Center - Fellows Welcome!Subspecialty: Thoracic ImagingThoracic Radiologist - Detroit Medical Center - Fellows Welcome!Envision Physician Services is seeking a full-time subspecialty trained candidate in the Division of Thoracic Imaging at the Detroit Medical Center. We are accepting applications from motivated Board Certified or Eligible candidates interested in joining our team of Radiologists supporting the Detroit Medical Center (DMC).Primary duties of this position include interpreting chest imaging studies, including plain film, CT and MRI. Procedural skills are an asset, although not a requirement for this position. A passion for teaching is necessary as the education of our medical students, 40 residents and staff is at the heart of our program’s missions. The successful candidate will join a group of 60 faculty members. This is a non 

Cardiothoracic, Thoracic/Cardio Radiologist in Richmond, Virginia

 Seeking T horacic/Cardio Radiologist & Radiology Body Imaging Outstanding Benefits - Wonderful Quality of Life -Academic Affiliation In Gorgeous Richmond, Virginia limited call, residency program, cutting edge Recruitment Incentives The Richmond VA Medical Center is seeking an academic radiologist with expertise in thoracic/cardio Radiologist. We currently have 3 CT scanners (Siemens Edge, Siemens Force dual energy and Toshiba slice aquillion one). In addition, we currently have 2 GE MRIs (T and 3 T) and 1 Siemens MRI ( T wide bore) and are in the process of acquiring a fourth MRI system (3T high gradient). We utilize Syngo Via, ADW, Vitrea, Tera Recon and Dynacad workstations.   Attending radiologist in addition to their Cardio Thoracic specialty will also provide some General Radiology imaging expertise as needed within the Radiology Service 

Radiologist

Company Name:Oregon Health & Science UniversityTitle:RadiologistBrief Description:Attending Radiologist, OHSU-Hillsboro Medical Center: The Oregon Health and Science University (OHSU) Department of Diagnostic Radiology is seeking a full-time board-certified radiologist to join our team at Hillsboro Medical Center, located in the western Portland metropolitan area. Candidates should be comfortable reading all radiology modalities, including  Ad Submitted On/7/Profession:RadiologistSubSpecialties:Abdominal-gastrointestinal,Abdominal-genitourinary,Diagnostic,General,Mammography,Musculoskeletal Imaging,Neuroradiology,Nuclear Medicine,Pediatric Imaging,Thoracic Imaging,Vascular Imaging,Womens ImagingTechnologies:CT,Fluoroscopy,Mammography,MRI,Nuclear Medicine,UltrasoundAddress Location 1City:HillsboroState/Province:OregonCountry:United States 

Cardiothoracic, Cardiothoracic Radiologist

 Medical Center is seeking candidates for a full-time faculty position (Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor) in Cardiothoracic Imaging . The OSU Department of Radiology offers a competitive salary enhanced with an attractive benefits package, including educational opportunities through The Ohio State University.  The responsibilities of this position will focus on the performance of clinical Cardiovascular and Thoracic Imaging. Along with another cardiovascular radiologist, this faculty member will have a primary focus on clinical cardiovascular CT [Coronary CTA, CT Calcium Scoring, Pre-TAVI CT evaluations (3D Lab supported), Thoracic Aortic CTA] with a secondary focus on thoracic CT, MR and plain film radiography. Cardiovascular MR research opportunities are already available and there is future potential for new ambulatory-site cardiovascular MR clinical service development 

The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center

Columbus, OH

Physician - Radiology - Thoracic

 spectrum of service to our community, from primary though quaternary care. Our primary service area is North Philadelphia whose population has significant medical needs and other challenges. Einstein is known for its mission of commitment to community and has gained a reputation for excellence, compassion and innovation. Einstein Physicians Philadelphia, our employed specialty care practice group, is seeking to add a fellowship trained Thoracic Radiologist to our team of outstanding Radiologists. Join us; make a difference. Department Overview ~$30, Sign On Bonus ~ More than , cases per year ~6 MR scanners including two 3T units ~9 CT scanners with interactive software and a dual energy spectral scanner ~ State of the art Philips Epiq ultrasound scanners ~ Web based Fuji PACS with internal IT team ~ Home workstations: flexible work shifts ~ Nuance, Vocera, 

Thoracic Surgeon

Facility is seeking a BC/BE Thoracic Surgeon with Vascular (non-cardiac) experience to assume an existing practice. The surgeon, who will focus on both thoracic and vascular surgery, will enjoy the support of an Advanced Practice Provider and working in both the inpatient and outpatient settings. · Base salary + wRVU production incentive · Quality bonus · CME allowance · Sign-on bonus · Medical debt assistance · Relocation allowance · Residency stipend · Medical Director stipend · Health benefits + Retirement plan · Marketing + practice growth assistance Just 1 hour from Greensboro, Raleigh/Durham, Winston-Salem and hours to Roanoke, VA.

Radiologist

 Open to H1s. Looking for a BC/BE  Interventional Radiologist to join an affiliated group! No call coverage requirement Monday-Friday 8am-5pm schedule Office space located on hospital campus New graduates and practicing physicians encouraged to apply ABMS/AOA Board Certification or Eligible with Certification in Process Required Financial: - Base salary with productivity incentives & full employee benefits • Relocation &  Imaging, Mammography, Oncology and Radiation Therapy, Pediatrics, Urology, Family Practice Residency Program, Senior Health Center South Arkansas Center on Aging, Cardiac Catheterization, Interventional Cardiology, CV/Thoracic Surgery, Neonatal ICU, Orthopedics, Rehab, Women' s Services and Interventional Radiology. Location: - miles from Shreveport, LA - Friendly, home-town community - Low cost of living - It is a college town with excellent 

Thoracic Surgeon

 Thoracic Surgeon Needed in South Central Pennsylvania South Central Pennsylvania medical center is seeking a board certified/board eligible Thoracic Surgeon to join their expanding team.  Opportunity Profile The ideal candidate should have skills and experience in surgery for both malignant and benign thoracic processes, including the full spectrum of pulmonary, esophageal, mediastinal and chest wall disease. Also, they should have experience in minimally invasive thoracic surgery (VATS) with robotic expertise. Strong referral base including Medical Oncology, Cardiology, Pulmonary, Gastroenterology, Interventional Radiology and General Surgery Access to state of the art technology such as Da Vinci Robot Xi, navigational bronchosopy, endobronchial suite Opportunity to teach residents, medical students and advanced practice providers Practice located in a new, modern 

Physician- Thoracic Surgeon

Summary Maine Medical Partners Surgical Oncology is seeking a Thoracic Surgeon to join their well-established practice at Maine Medical Center.  The Thoracic Surgery practice is located in MaineHealth’s Cancer Center Scarborough, ME, in close proximity to MaineHealth’s flagship hospital, Maine Medical Center.  The practice is currently comprised of two Thoracic Surgeons, who provide care for patients from across Maine.   In addition to caring  , the surgeons also have the expertise to perform advanced open operations and have support available as needed from other specialists throughout the MaineHealth system.  We have a strong and collaborative team of Radiologists, Pathologists, Pulmonologists, Surgeons, Medical and Radiation Oncologists and nurse navigators to assist with the customized plan of care for each patient as well as an integrated tumor board for thoracic malignancies 

Thoracic , Academic Radiology - Thoracic/Chest

 Academic Radiologist - Thoracic/Chest   The University of Missouri?s School of Medicine, Department of Radiology , chaired by Dr. Talissa Altes, is expanding and searching for a full-time Thoracic Radiologist to join our growing radiology practice. This is an excellent career opportunity for candidates just starting their careers, as well as experienced candidates to join a thriving academic radiology department. About MU Radiology: Faculty in our Thoracic division have responsibilities in cardiopulmonary radiology, including conventional radiographs with a full complement of advanced imaging, including CT and MRI. Involvement in a variety of multidisciplinary conferences is expected. Our Thoracic radiologists enjoy very collaborative relationships with referring providers and participate in multidisciplinary conferences. Details: ~ Number of available positions:  

Thoracic, Thoracic Surgeon

]] The Department of Thoracic Surgery and Lung Transplantation at Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas is seeking to add a new partner at the entry level. Baylor University Medical Center is the flagship hospital of the Baylor Scott and White Healthcare System, the largest not-for profit healthcare system in Texas. The department is committed to providing world-class thoracic surgical care. Case volumes have grown steadily and the case mix includes high volumes of esophageal surgery, resections for lung cancer, airway surgery, respiratory ECMO and lung transplantation. Since its inception as a department in , thoracic case volumes have increased from to over cases per year. The department is seeking a highly motivated general thoracic surgeon with a strong worth ethic and excellent interpersonal skills to continue to support the growth of the program. The applicant 

Baylor Scott & White Health - North Texas

Dallas, TX

Consulting Radiologist

 vision technology company focused on detecting lung cancer.  The output of your work and others will be used to validate and fine-tune computer-aided detection models for pulmonary nodules.  If you want to join us on our mission to improve lung cancer outcomes and save lives, we would love to hear from you. We are currently looking for board-certified radiologists (ABR or ABPS certified preferred) to assist in the adjudication and curation of medical images, both CT and radiograph. It is preferred to have a sub-specialty in thoracic radiology. Work can be performed remotely at your location.  International candidates considered.    You will be provided select cohorts of medical images that you will examine, characterize, and annotate for pulmonary nodules.  Work hours are flexible, on your own time with reasonable timelines to meet project goals.   It is required that you have 

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Radiology Careers: What is Radiology & Possible Career Paths

There are various career paths in the radiology field including radiologic technologists, radiology technicians, and radiologists. In this article, we will discuss more career options for radiology majors, their salaries and radiologic technology schools.

What is Radiology?
Radiology Career Options
What is a Radiologist?
What is a Radiologic Technologist?
What is a Radiology Technician?
What is a Radiology Nurse?
What is a Radiology Assistant?
Your GMercyU Path to a Career in Radiology

What is Radiology?

Radiology is the study and practice of using radiological equipment and treatment to diagnose and treat diseases. In order to pursue a career in radiology, you must complete an associates, bachelor's or master's degree depending on the type radiology profession you wish to practice.

Radiology Career Options

Radiology is a branch of medicine that involves the use of medical imaging technology to diagnose and treat diseases and injuries. Radiology career options can range from being a radiologist, which is a medical doctor, to being a radiology technician who provides radiology services support. Some radiology career options are:

  • Radiologist
  • Radiologic technologist
  • Radiology technician
  • Radiology nurse
  • Radiology assistant

What is a Radiologist?

So, what does a radiologist do?  Radiologists are physicians who specialize in taking and analyzing medical images to diagnose and treat illnesses. Radiologists review diagnostic imaging, including ultrasounds, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and computed tomography (CT).

Job Description:A licensed physician who specializes in mammography, x-ray, ultrasounds, MRI and CT scans.
Educational Requirements:Doctorate
Relevant Certifications:State License, Board Certificate, Complete Residency Program
Average Salary:$,
Expected Job Growth ():14%

Radiologist Job Description

Radiologists do more than just read x-rays for broken bones; they can specialize in mammography, cardiovascular radiology, gastrointestinal radiology, musculoskeletal radiology, or oncology. Radiologists work as part of a team of health professionals that includes radiologic technologists, cardiovascular technologists, MRI technicians, and ultrasound technicians. As technology improves and medical imaging can be used for quicker and less invasive diagnostics, the need for radiologists will increase by 14% in the next few years.

Radiologist Education Requirements

Radiologists are physicians, so you’ll need to become a medical doctor before becoming a radiologist. After earning your bachelor’s degree, you should enroll in medical school. After you pass your medical licensing exams, you’ll complete a residency in radiology. Once your residency is complete, you’ll sit for your certification exams, offered through the American Board of Radiology. In total, you should expect to spend at least 10 years in school before becoming a certified radiologist.

Radiologist Salary Information

The Bureau of Labor Statistics includes radiologists among physicians and surgeons. The median annual salary of physicians and surgeons was $,

What is a Radiologic Technologist?

A Radiologic Technologist is a medical professional who uses sophisticated equipment and computers to take images of patients’ bodies to help radiologists diagnose diseases and conditions. Unlike radiologic technicians, radiologic technologists can also interpret results to further aid radiologists. Radiologic technologists are part of a larger team of medical professionals who work together to diagnose and treat patients.

Job Description:Operating medical imaging equipment and analyze test results
Educational Requirements:Associates Degree
Relevant Certifications:State License, ARRT Certification
Average Salary:$60,
Expected Job Growth ():13%

Radiologic Technologist Job Description

So, what does a radiologic technologist do? A radiologic technologist prepares patients for procedures such as x-rays that can help radiologists diagnose problems and determine the correct course of treatment. Radiologic technologists produce x-ray images to diagnose breaks and fractures in bones, use low-dose x-ray systems to conduct mammograms, and create cross-sectional images of patients’ bodies using CT scans.

Radiologic Technologist Education Requirements

Generally, you’ll need to earn at least an associates degree in Radiologic Technology, although a bachelor’s degree could help you stand out among a pool of applicants. After completing an educational program approved by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT), you’ll be eligible to sit for the licensure exam.

The ARRT certification and registration is different from state licensure. You should learn more about the requirements in the state in which you choose to work.

Radiologic Technologist Salary Information

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the national median salary for Radiologic Technologists was $60,

What is a Radiology Technician? 

Not to be confused with a radiologic technologist, a radiologic technician primarily produces x-rays for diagnostic purposes. Radiologic technicians primarily work in hospitals and diagnostic imaging centers.

Job Description:Operating medical imaging equipment
Educational Requirements:Associates Degree
Relevant Certifications:State License, ARRT Certification
Average Salary:$66,
Expected Job Growth ():14%

Radiologic Technician Job Description

So, what does a radiologic technician do? If you’ve ever been to the emergency room with a broken bone, it was probably a radiologic technician who explained the x-ray procedure to you, made sure all of your jewelry was removed, positioned you, and then took the x-ray. Radiologic technicians also maintain the x-ray machines and patient records.

Radiologic Technician Education Requirements

Radiologic technicians generally have fewer years of education than radiologic technologists, though you’ll still need to meet some minimum requirements. Often, radiologic technicians hold associates degrees in radiology. You should make sure your desired program is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT). You also have the opportunity to achieve certification through the ARRT, provided your educational program is also ARRT approved.

Radiologic Technician Salary Information

The Bureau of Labor Statistics includes radiologic technician salary information with the radiologic technician information. The annual salary of radiologic technicians in was $66,

What is a Radiology Nurse?

A radiology nurse is a specialized nurse who prepares patients for procedures such as x-rays and MRIs, answers any questions they have, and monitors them during and after the procedure.

Job Description:Radiology treatment
Educational Requirements:Bachelor's Degree
Relevant Certifications:NCLEX Certification, CRN
Average Salary:$70,
Expected Job Growth ():14%

Radiology Nurse Job Description

So, what does a radiology nurse do? Mostly they work in hospitals or diagnostic imaging centers, where they counsel patients and their families, administer IVs and medication, and monitor outcomes.

Radiology Nurse Education Requirements

Before becoming a radiology nurse, you’ll need to complete an education program and achieve your NCLEX certification. To earn this certification, you’ll need to pass a standardized test given by the state board of nursing to ensure you are prepared to begin a career in nursing. In some cases, an associates degree is enough, but more employers today are encouraging their nurses to earn at least a bachelor’s in nursing (BSN) degree. After you pass your NCLEX exams, you should gain experience working as a nurse before sitting for the Certified Radiology Nurse (CRN) exam.

Radiology Nurse Salary Information

Registered nurses earn a national median salary of $70, per year, according to the BLS.

What is a Radiology Assistant?

A radiology assistant is a registered radiographer who has additional education and certification. Radiology assistants perform radiology exams under the supervision of the radiologist, as well as counsel patients and their families, evaluate images, and make initial observations.

Job Description:Assist radiologists, operate medical imaging equipment
Educational Requirements:Bachelor's Degree
Relevant Certifications:State License, ARRT Certification
Average Salary:$81,
Expected Job Growth ():13%

Radiology Assistant Job Description

So, what does a radiology assistant do? Radiology assistants prepare patients for procedures by explaining what to expect and advocate on their behalf. The radiology assistant might also be tasked with performing various procedures and evaluating the quality of selected images.

Radiology Assistant Education Requirements

To achieve certification as a radiologist assistant, you’ll need to first earn your bachelor’s degree. Your educational program should be ARRT approved and include clinical experiences under the guidance of a radiologist. Once you earn your bachelor’s degree, you will be eligible to sit for the certification exam. Upon successful completion of the exam, you will become a registered radiologist assistant (RRA).

Radiology Assistant Salary Information

The Bureau of Labor Statistics includes radiology assistant salary information with the radiologic technician information. In , the annual salary of radiologic technicians was $81,

Radiology Job Description and Salary Comparison

In the radiology field, there are various types of jobs you can pursue. Depending on the skills involved, each radiology job has different educational requirements and average salary information. In the chart below, you will find comparisons of radiology jobs to determine what career might interest you the most.
 

Job TitleJob DescriptionEducation RequirementsSalary Information
Radiologist
A licensed physician who specializes in mammography, x-ray, ultrasounds, MRI and CT scans.
Doctorate Degree$,
Radiologic TechnologistOperating medical imaging equipment and analyze test resultsAssociates Degree or Bachelor's Degree$60,
Radiology TechnicianOperating medical imaging equipmentAssociates Degree or Bachelor's Degree$66,
Radiology NurseRadiology treatmentBachelor's Degree$70,
Radiology AssistantAssist radiologists, analyze data and test resultsBachelor's Degree$58,

Your GMercyU Path to a Career in Radiology

Gwynedd Mercy University offers a 2+2 bachelor’s degree program in radiologic technology. During the first two years of the program, you’ll complete general education requirements, and then go on to apply to an affiliate radiologic technologist program. After four years, you’ll be eligible to sit for the ARRT certification exam. In fact, graduates of our program have a % pass rate on this exam over the past four years.

If becoming a radiologist is your dream, you could earn your bachelor’s degree at GMercyU in a field, such as biology, before going on to earn your doctoral degree. Graduates of GMercyU’s biology program have gone on to study medicine at schools across the country. For the past 11  years, GMercyU biology graduates have scored above the national average on the ETS Major Field Test in the areas of cell biology and molecular biology and genetics, making a degree from GMercyU a good first step to preparing for the rigorous coursework in medical school.

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How much does a Cardiac Catheterization Technologist make in the United States? The average Cardiac Catheterization Technologist salary in the United States is $72, as of September 27, , but the range typically falls between $64, and $82,. Salary ranges can vary widely depending on many important factors, including education, certifications, additional skills, the number of years you have spent in your profession. With more online, real-time compensation data than any other website, Salary.com helps you determine your exact pay target. 

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Cardiac Catheterization Technologist performs diagnostic and interventional cardiac catheterizations and other related procedures. Inserts small catheters through a needle into the blood vessels and into the heart so that X-rays, angiograms and other recordings can be taken to determine the heart's structure and function. Being a Cardiac Catheterization Technologist assist physicians with patient monitoring during surgery or procedures. Documents evaluation results, progress reports, treatment plans and other data using appropriate formats and systems. Additionally, Cardiac Catheterization Technologist some positions may require additional certifications such as: Registered Cardiac Electrophysiology Specialist (RCES). Requires an associate degree. Requires Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS). Requires Registered Cardiovascular Invasive Specialist (RCIS). Typically Requires State License. Typically reports to a manager. Cardiac Catheterization Technologist's years of experience requirement may be unspecified. Certification and/or licensing in the position's specialty is the main requirement. (Copyright Salary.com) View full job description

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Cardiologist Vs. Radiologist

Cardiologists and radiologists are both physician specialists, but they perform very different functions in modern medicine. A cardiologist is a physician who specializes in the treatment of diseases relating to the heart and circulatory system. Radiologists, on the other hand, specialize in the analysis of medical images such as X-rays and MRI scans, as well as forms of interventional treatment.

What Cardiologists Do

Cardiologists see and diagnose patients who have conditions affecting the heart, such as coronary artery disease, high blood pressure, heart arrhythmia, aneurysms or valvular heart disease. In some cases, treatment is noninvasive; however, cardiologists trained as surgeons – sometimes called cardiac surgeons – also operate on patients to treat severe heart problems. Cardiologists spend most of their time treating patients; according to a Medscape survey, only one percent of cardiologists reported that they did not see patients.

What Radiologists Do

Radiologists analyze images produced by radiologic technicians. They are trained to analyze X-rays, MRI scans, CT or CAT scans, images produced by ultrasound, and mammograms. They often consult with a patient's primary physician, or other specialists, before arriving at a final diagnosis.

While most radiologists meet directly with patients, others do not, which can be a significant difference from the practice of cardiology. In general, radiologists spend 32 to 34 hours a week seeing patients face to face, reports Medscape. Radiologists who do meet directly with patients are known as interventional radiologists. In addition to analyzing radiological images, they administer a wide variety of treatments, including angioplasty, the insertion of catheters or gastronomy tubes and cancer treatments.

Radiologists may specialize within their own profession. For instance a heart radiologist will perform medical imaging to diagnose conditions of the heart.

Education and Training

Both radiology and cardiology are careers that require a great deal of education. Both cardiologists and radiologists need to complete a medical degree, which requires four years of undergraduate premedical study and four years of medical school. Following this, a career in radiology requires an additional five years of schooling and clinical practice, reports the American Board of Radiology. Cardiologists need at least six more years of training and practice, and those who intend to practice as cardiac surgeons need up to eight more years of training and practice after medical school.

Interventional Cardiology vs Interventional Radiology Salary

According to Medscape, cardiologists earned an average pay of $, per year in They were the fourth-highest paid type of physician specialist; only orthopedists, plastic surgeons and ear, nose and throat specialists reported higher wages. Six in every 10 cardiologists told Medscape researchers that they felt fairly compensated.

As the fifth-highest paid medical specialty surveyed by Medscape in , radiologists earned nearly as much. They reported an average salary of $, per year, and 67 percent felt they were fairly compensated.

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