Employment for qualified Radiologic Technologists may be found in hospitals,
diagnostic imaging centers, health maintenance organizations (HMO) clinics
and physician's offices. Present salaries are competitive with other allied
health professions. Graduates may continue their education at Hudson Valley
Community College in the Diagnostic Sonography One-Year Certificate Program
or Echocardiography One-Year Certificate Program. Graduates also may transfer
to four-year colleges and universities or continue their studies in other
- Albany Medical Center, Albany
- Albany Memorial Hospital, Albany
- Benedictine Hospital, Kingston
- Columbia Memorial Hospital, Hudson
- Ellis Hospital, Schenectady
- St. Clare's, Schenectady
- St. Mary's Hospital, Troy
- St. Peter's Hospital, Albany
- Samaritan Hospital, Troy
- Saratoga Hospital, Saratoga Springs
- Veterans Administration Medical Center, Albany
Upon successful completion of the two-year program, an Associate in
Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree is awarded and the graduates are
qualified to take the American Registry of Radiologic Technologies
Examination, which qualifies them for a New York State license.
Application fees are charged by these credentialing agencies.
The Center for Careers and Transfer is available to students and graduates for placement in the field and career counseling.