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Associate in Radiologic Technology

X-rays are more than simply images of broken bones. Physicians use radiologic imaging to see inside the human body to assist in the diagnosis of diseases, medical conditions or bodily injuries.

FORTIS radiology technologist schools provide Radiologic Technology training to prepare you for entry-level positions in the in the imaging and radiological profession. The Radiologic Technologist is an important member of the healthcare team, and works closely with physicians to provide critical information, patient care and injury diagnostics.

Our radiology technology schools and programs in Florida, Louisiana, Texas, Tennessee and Ohio provide comprehensive and rigorous instruction in aspects of radiography designed to respond to the dynamic and evolving nature of the healthcare profession. The Fortis rad tech program emphasizes excellence in patient care and the use of safe radiation practice. Request information from Fortis today to get started on obtaining your radiologic technology education in Baton Rouge, Columbus, Nashville, or Cookeville!

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** Minimum of an Associate Degree required in order to enroll for this program at our Woodlawn, MD campus.

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