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Certificate in Limited Medical Radiologic Technologist

Begin a career in medical imaging as a Limited Medical X-ray Technologist.

Our Limited Medical Radiologic Technologist program prepares you for a career as a Limited Medical Radiologic Technologist. As an LMRT (also known as a Limited X-ray Technologist), you will be responsible for performing routine diagnostic radiographs of the chest, bony thorax, extremities, skull, facial bones, and vertebral column. Radiographs, or X-rays, are a form of radiation that can penetrate the body, creating an image of the body’s interior.

A Limited X-ray Technologist is responsible for explaining procedures to patients, setting up and operating X-ray equipment, and analyzing X-rays before handing the imaging information off to radiologists. Once you complete your Limited Medical Radiologic Technologist training with The College of Health Care Professions, you will have the knowledge and skills necessary to pass the state licensing exam and begin a rewarding career as an entry-level Limited Medical Radiologic Technologist.

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