Remington College’s Medical Assisting with X-Ray Tech (Limited Scope) diploma program was designed to help prepare you for a career within the health care industry.(2) This diploma program offers classroom instruction as well as hands-on lab and clinical experiences. Study limited X-Ray procedures, medical insurance and coding, patient billing, and more!Call or request information to learn more about our Medical Assisting with X-Ray Tech (Limited Scope) Program.
X-ray technology is more than just looking at the structure and shape of bones; it is an important way to see inside of the human body and to assist in the diagnosis of diseases, conditions, or injuries.
With the hands-on training provided in Remington College's X-ray classes, you can participate in both classroom and laboratory study of limited X-ray procedures. You'll have the opportunity to learn how to apply your medical assisting skills to correctly operate x-ray equipment, position patients, and develop X-rays of their internal structure.
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Remington College’s Medical Assisting with X-Ray Tech (Limited Scope) diploma program helps to prepare you for this important health care specialty area. Our program includes classroom study, several hands-on X-ray labs, and clinical experiences, along with key general education skills like written and oral communication, psychology, and more.
In addition, an externship opportunity lets you gain valuable practice on the job, in an actual medical office setting.(2,3) During the program, you’ll also have a chance to brush up on your career development, general education, and office skills and learn about healthcare insurance, medical laboratory procedures, and more
Once you complete the program, you'll be eligible to pursue limited radiographer, limited X-ray machine operator, or limited scope X-ray tech certification or licensure in your state.(5) As a registered, state-certified/licensed X-ray technician, you may be called on to operate fixed and portable X-ray equipment, position people so that the best X-rays can be taken, develop X-rays, or provide general assistance to X-ray technologists or other medical office personnel. (2,5)
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A great opportunity to train as a limited X-ray tech/radiographer is waiting for you at Remington College.
Remington College offers alternative educational routes that may help expand your education and potential career options.(2,6)
Remington College's Medical Assisting diploma program offers a combination of classroom medical assistant training, hands-on laboratory experiences, and an opportunity to work win an externship to learn the key skills you will need to pursue entry-level medical assisting roles.(2,3,4)
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(1) This program should not be confused with an X-ray technologist program.(2) Employment is not guaranteed for students or graduates. State certification/licensure may be required.(3) Must meet minimum GPA requirements to quality for externship program. Additional requirements may apply.(4) Certain restrictions may apply.(5) Licensure and/or certification may vary by state. Requirements may vary by state. The State of Alabama does not require certification, licensure, or registry for X-ray professionals. A safety course is required to gain employment as an X-ray operator, which Remington College includes in the Medical Assisting with X-Ray Tech (Limited Scope) diploma curriculum.(6) Program availability varies by campus.
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