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Radiology Schools in Alabama

The state of Alabama needs more skilled radiology professionals to fill the jobs that are becoming available each year. We've listed some campus and online radiology school options to obtain your formal training from. In addition, you can take a look at what the different radiology jobs in Alabama are paying on average, the job outlook and growth, as well as instructions and resources for becoming licensed in the state of Alabama. Use the links below to get additional information and request information from radiology schools in Alabama:

Attending Radiology School in Popular Cities in Alabama

Radiology Schools in Birmingham, AL

While attending radiology school in Birmingham, AL, you will be a part of a major cultural and economic center for the state of Alabama. Birmingham is the largest city in Alabama and has become a much more diverse city than it's stirring history might suggest. The downtown part of Birmingham and the Five Points South are exciting areas to hang out in this city. When you're not attending radiology school in Birmingham, check out SoHo in Hoover and go out with some friends to the Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame, especially if you are a music lover.

Radiology Schools in Montgomery, AL

Montgomery Alabama is the state capital, and the county seat of Montgomery County. The city is located along the southern bank of the Alabama River, and is dotted with historic neighborhoods which in recent years have undergone significant urban renewal, as the cities young professionals and arts community has grown. The healthcare community and job opportunities for medical workers in Montgomery is also on the rise. The city is home to some of the regions top hospitals & medical centers. Notable facilities include:

  • Baptist Medical Center East - 150 400 Taylor Road, Montgomery, AL 36124
  • Baptist Medical Center South - 454 2105 E. South Boulevard, Montgomery, AL 36111
  • Greil Memorial Psychiatric Hospital - 2140 Upper Wetumpka Road, Montgomery, AL 36107
  • HealthSouth Rehabilitation Hospital of Montgomery - 4465 Narrow Lane Road- Montgomery, AL 36116
  • Jackson Hospital and Clinic - 1725 Pine Street - Montgomery, AL 36106

South University in Montgomery offers several allied healthcare programs & degrees. Students attending the SU College of Health Professions can choose to study Medical Assisting (AS), Physical Therapist Assisting (AS), and Health Science (BS). Located on the east side of the city, South University boasts modern classrooms, a student center, bookstore, and library. You can use the above "Request Information" to learn more about their Montgomery campus, schedule a campus visit , and learn more about your educational options.

Radiology Schools in Mobile, AL

Mobile is located on the Mobile River and the central Gulf Coast of the United States. Originally the city was the capital of colonial French Louisiana in 1702, and became part of the U.S. in 1813. Modern Mobile, also known as The Port City of Mobile Alabama is home to many cultural and recreational attractions. Outdoor recreation, fishing, sailing, art galleries, eco-tourism, and historic museums. If you're thinking about studying radiology in Alabama, Mobile is a city to consider.

Remington College â?? Mobile Campus is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC), and offers several different degree types and programs. One of the most popular programs offered is their Medical Assisting with X-Ray Tech (Limited Scope) & EKG. Select Remington from the above list to request free information and learn more about your options.

Alabama Radiology Salary

The average salary for a Radiologic Technologist in Alabama is $61,000 per year according to indeed.com. This average includes basic Radiographers and higher level positions for MRI Tech's and CT Tech's. That is a bit higher than the national average for this particular job and is significantly higher than the average annual salary for Alabama. The following chart will get you acquainted with the average salaries of radiology jobs in Kentucky:

Radiology Job in AlabamaAvg Radiology Salary Alabama
Radiologic Technologist $ 61,000
X-ray Technician $46,000
Ultrasound Technician $67,000
MRI Technician $82,000
Nuclear Medicine Tech $79,000
Radiologist (M.D.) $349,000

The following chart is an example of average annual salaries for a Radiologic Technologist in Alabama. The data was taken from citytowninfo.org and the salaries are average annual wages.

Alabama Cities - Radiology Salaries ALAvg Salary
Dothan, AL $47,650
Huntsville, AL $46,720
Tuscaloosa, AL $45,220
Birmingham, AL $45,130
Montgomery, AL $42,530
Mobile, AL $45,190

Radiology Job Outlook in Alabama

The state of Alabama's Department of Labor projects that jobs for Radiologic Technologists will grow at a rate of approximately 1. 8 percent each year. Ultrasound Technician jobs will grow in the state by about 2.2 percent and Nuclear Medicine Tech's will grow at a rate of 2.31 percent. Job openings for these positions will occur from both newly formed positions and from existing professionals changing careers, getting promoted, or retiring. There is a trend in Alabama towards even higher growth rates for Cardiovascular Technologists and Technicians. Medical Assistants are in high demand in the state of Alabama and are on their list of top 40 fastest growing occupations.

How To Become a Radiology Technician in Alabama

Any individual who will be operating x-ray equipment needs to be licensed through the state of Alabama's Radiation Control Program. The Bureau of Radiation Control issues id cards to those who have met their licensing requirements. You will first need to get formal education and training from a radiology school and be able to document practice using radiology equipment. Once you receive your id card to operate radiology equipment in the Alabama, it will be good for five years. After the five year period has elapsed, you will need to retest in order to get your license renewed. Use the links below to get more detailed information.

Alabama State Radiological Society
P.O. Box 473
Suite 1100
Northport , AL 35476
web : http://www.alsrt.org/

Alabama State Radiology Licensing
RSA Tower
201 Monroe St., Suite 700
Montgomery, Alabama 36104
(334) 206-5391
web: http://www.adph.org/RADIATION/

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