Illustration of a doctor in an exam room working on a computer

You might hire a radiologic technologist to:

  • Assess and prepare patients for imaging procedures

  • Conduct medical imaging procedures
  • Perform administrative duties such as data entry on patients and procedures

  • Maintain imaging equipment and ensure adequate supplies of testing equipment


Required skills and qualifications
Preferred skills and qualifications
Professional certification in radiologic technology
Clinical experience working as a radiologic technologist
Qualifications for local licensing and registration requirements, such as AART
High degree of accuracy and attention to detail
In-depth knowledge of relevant radiologic equipment
Significant experience with radiology software such as PACS, RIS, CIS, or DICOM
Thorough understanding of radiologic safety standards and regulations
Certification in CPR
Excellent communication skills and bedside manner