Nuclear Medicine Technology

Nuclear Medicine Technology

School of Medicine Health Professions Program

Nuclear medicine technologists are a part of the health care team as they provide care in diagnosing patients, performing organ imaging, and offering therapeutic services through ionizing radiation emanated from radioactive materials. These technologists are capable of performing quality control procedures on the instrumentation and radioactive materials. They also assist physicians in clinical procedures such as doing intravenous injections, drawing blood, assessing the technical quality of the studies, and providing basic patient care.

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Nuclear Medicine TechnologyFall 2015 and beyond

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