Radiologic Technologists capture images of the inside of the body using state of the art equipment in order to detect and diagnose diseases and illness. They play a vital role in the diagnosis process by pin pointing where the problem lies so that physicians can then create a treatment program. In Hawaii jobs for radiology professionals are expected to grow by 6% each year through 2016 according to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics. Related positions such as Diagnostic Medical Sonographers are expected to grow by 9% each year. On average, the annual salary for a Radiologic Tech is $47,000. Those who have multiple medical imaging skills such as MRI bring in higher compensation at about $63,000 per year.
Below you can request information directly from schools offering radiology programs in Hawaii. By requesting information, you will be contacted by a school representative who can explain program details such as course offerings, online options, time frames, and financial aid. Get your career in radiology started by gathering information on schools so you can feel confident that the program will meet your career goals.
|Radiology Job Title||Avg Salary in HI*|
|Nuclear Medicine Tech||$60,000|
*Salary data from Indeed.com
Hawaii Radiology License Information
Hawaii Department of Public Health
591 Ala Moana Blvd.
Honolulu, Hawaii 96813