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Radiologic Technologist - Section 6:  Information on Specific Occupations - A Guide to Healthcare Occupations in Maryland - Military Personnel and Spouses Relocating to Maryland - PROVET

 
Occupational code: 29-2034
Average Wage in Maryland: $46,530 ($22.40 an hour)
National Average Wage: $40,150 ($19.30 an hour)
 

The 14 institutions listed below offer variety of training in Radiologic Technology. Please check with individual schools to learn more about their programs.

Maryland institutions offering programs Radiologic Technology:

Private Career School (PCS) Certificate Programs -
Greater Baltimore Medical Center, Holy Cross Hospital School of Radiologic Technology, Maryland General Hospital School of Radiologic Technology, The Johns Hopkins Hospital Schools of Medical Imaging, and Washington Adventist Hospital School of Radiography.

Associate Degree Programs -
Allegany College of Maryland, Anne Arundel Community College, Chesapeake College, Community College of Baltimore County, Hagerstown Community College, Montgomery College, Prince George's Community College, and Wor-Wic Community College.

Bachelor's Degree Program -
College of Notre Dame of Maryland

Equivalent Military Training:

ARMY: MOS 91P - Radiology Specialist OR Radiologic Technologist

MOS 91P AIT (both Phase I and Phase II) Training is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education (JRCERT) and enables the student to apply for certification as a Registered Technologist (RT) by The American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT). MOS 91 P AIT training covers all exam topics. Exam sites in Maryland can be found at on the ARRT website.

NAVY: HM-8452 - Advanced Radiographer

Satisfactory completion of this course indicates the student has met the requirements as an Advanced Radiographer (HM-8452) and fulfills the standards set forth by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT). Course completion (1 year) enables the student to apply for certification as a Registered Technologist (RT) by The American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT).

Must be licensed to work in Maryland.

Credentialing Body: The American Registry of Radiologic Technologists
1255 Northland Drive
St. Paul, Minnesota 55120-1155 USA 
Phone (651) 687-0048

Licensing Body: Maryland Board of Physicians
P. O. Box 37217
Baltimore, MD 21297
410-764-4777, 1-800-492-6836

Credentialing and Licensure fees are covered by the Montgomery GI Bill.

 

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