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Medical Imaging Technologist (radiology)

Medical Imaging Technologist (radiology) Radiology nurses perform a variety of nursing duties and responsibilities in an atypical specialty patient care setting that requires unique skills and versatility.

The RNs in the Radiology Department are cross-trained to provide care in the following modalities: Computed Tomography (CT), Diagnostics (Adult and Pediatric X-ray), Breast Imaging, Ultrasound, Nuclear Medicine, Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), Vascular/Neuro Interventional Radiology, Procedural Recovery Unit (PRU), Endovascular Clinic, Wound Care Clinic & Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBO).

These nurses work independently to provide specialized nursing treatment and care to a diverse population of acute, critical and non-acute patients. The duties include administering medications, (including moderate sedation and anxiolysis), monitoring and managing patient crisis, & patient education. Radiology nurses oversee patient care in a technically oriented environment. Thorough knowledge of patient assessment is required as the patient population spans every age and a wide variety of disease entity on any given day.


The education in Switzerland take place in a High Specialized College. It endures 3 years. The course has theoretical and practical teachings.