Most radiologic jobs in Rhode Island likely require getting an education from an accredited radiology school. Radiology workers play a significant role in helping uncover illnesses and diseases through their skill at imaging various anatomical structures inside the body. These images are used by physicians in attempts to make an accurate diagnosis for their patients. Radiologic workers include technologists, sonographers and medical imaging workers, to name just a few.
Use our resources below to start you radiology career path today, and learn about radiology careers such as:
Here are a couple of schools in Rhode Island that have at least one radiology program available, according to the National Center for Education Statistics:
It helps to visit schools, if you can, for information from the source. Or, explore the listing of schools we’re providing.
It can help to connect with someone local who works in radiology, for firsthand feedback about a radiology career in Rhode Island.
Here is a snapshot of what you might expect to make working in the field of radiology in Rhode Island, per data from the BLS:
|Career||Total Employment||Annual Mean Wage|
|Cardiovascular Technologists and Technicians||380||71,920|
|Diagnostic Medical Sonographers||240||79,870|
|Magnetic Resonance Imaging Technologists||170||75,130|
|Nuclear Medicine Technologists||50||88,460|
Rhode Island Radiological Society 47 Yucca Lane
Placitas, NM 87043
Radiation Control Bureau
Rhode Island Environment Department
Harold S. Runnels Building, Room S2100
1190 St. Francis Drive
Santa Fe, Rhode Island 87505-4173