Radiology Nurse

A Radiology Nurse takes care of patients who are undergoing ultrasounds, MRIs, X-rays and radiation treatments.
Required education
ADN or BSN
Average annual salary
Attributes
Patient-facing
Work hands-on, directly with patients.
Structured
Follow a routine that allows you to anticipate and prepare for every situation.
Varied
Take on different tasks, patients, and situations every day.
You’ll stay up to date with the latest technological developments in your field and get the chance to work with innovative medical equipment.
What you’ll do
What you’ll do

Assessment

You’ll evaluate patients before their procedures.

Collaboration

You’ll be a liaison between patients, families, doctors, and specialists.

Education

You’ll help patients understand what their procedure entails and what they have to do to prepare

Treatment

You’ll insert IVs, inject dye, administer enemas prior to procedures, operate radiology machinery, such as ultrasounds and CT scans, and care for patients until they’re discharged.

Where you’ll work
  • Diagnostic imaging facilities
  • Hospitals
  • Outpatient care centers
How to become a Radiology Nurse

02

Pass the NCLEX-RN .

03

Work as a Registered Nurse, gaining 2,000 hours’ experience and 30 hours’ continuing education in Radiology.

04

Pass the Certified Radiology Nurse Exam through the Association for Radiologic & Imaging Nurses

05

You’re ready to work as a Radiology Nurse.

Join an Organization
Become a member of a Radiology Nurse organization to find career opportunities, learn from your colleagues, and support the profession.
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