Radiologic Technologist Reviews

Q: What is it like working as a Radiologic Technologist?

Radiologic Technologist in Houston:
"Making a difference."
Pros: The opportunity to make a positive difference to a patient's quality of life and well being.
Cons: Personal issues discussed by coworkers around the workplace.

Radiologic Technologist in Anderson:
"Stress level."
Pros: I like that I am able to help patients and the hours are great.
Cons: There is a great deal of drama in the facility. The issues brought to management are addressed but nothing changes.

Radiologic Technologist in Chattanooga:
Pros: Thinking on your feet, seeing someone walk again.
Cons: In orthopedics, the responsibilities of the tech are subtly absolved. You can contest an xray order for a legitimate reason all you want, but you'll only waste time contesting a doctor.

Radiologic Technologist in Dallas:
"Easy going job with minimal interaction with patents."
Pros: My current job involves radiography, medical assisting, phlebotomy, immunizations, and more. Doing more than radiography makes my workday more exciting and involves greater interaction with patients.
Cons: Dealing with dramatic and immature coworkers who hate their jobs but are unwilling to quit and finding a more satisfying job.

Radiologic Technologist in Springfield:
"Not getting raises."
Be sure you know policies of company you will be working for.

Radiologic Technologist in Durango:
Pros: Half days on Fridays.
Cons: Cronyism, nepotism, disorganization of some staff as well as a lack of passion for the job.

Radiologic Technologist in Gloucester:
Pros: Taking care of people.
Cons: Rude people.