Saint Augustine, Florida – Pulse Radiology Institute (PRI), a Florida-based MRI Tech School located at 175 Hampton Point Drive, Suite 4, Saint Augustine, Florida 32092. It is now providing high school graduates and individuals seeking career change an opportunity to get an MRI Associates Degree in as little as 18-months. The MRI program includes comprehensive courses via Canvas LMS, a virtual scanning lab, and clinical training in the discipline of MRI. Upon completion, students will be assigned to one of the over one thousand MRI facilities supporting the program to complete the 540 clinical required hours.
Becoming a certified Magnetic Resonance Imaging technologist will lead to a prestigious and rewarding career in high demand. You will work side-by-side with doctors on the front lines of the diagnostic process. There was a shortage of certified MRI technologists, and the COVID pandemic did more to highlight this deficit. An MRI exam is fundamental in not only the diagnosis of extreme pathology such as cancer but many other issues such as neurologic, orthopedic, and abdominal disorders. According to USA NEWS – before the pandemic, MRI Technologists’ salaries were $73,410 on average in 2019. The best-paid 25 percent earned $87,280 that year, while the lowest-paid 25 percent made $61,030. Due to the high demand, it is foreseeable that these numbers may increase as much as thirty percent by 2022.
Those who have never heard of Pulse Radiology Institute (PRI) should know that they are the Florida branch of the New York-based Pulse Radiology Education. A company considered by many in radiology as the #1 National Provider of Online MRI, CT, and Mammography Structured Education.
Since 2016, Pulse Radiology has offered programs approved to fulfill the ARRT Structured Education requirements and approved by the ASRT for 25+ Category A CE Credits. These MRI programs are designed to help those in the radiology field advance their careers in hospital and private imaging centers from a radiologic technologist to an advanced certified MRI technologist in as little as 14-weeks. Pulse Radiology’s ARRT approved MRI, CT, and Mammography courses also offer clinical training in more than 30 states.
Neil Huber, Campus President of Pulse Radiology Institute said – “we look forward to training the next generation of MRI technologists and will do our best to see that everyone one our graduates have a well-paying job waiting for them upon completion of curriculum and requirement.”
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