Friday, February 27, 2015

AMI Spotlight: Radiologic Technologists, Mays Landing Office



In this feature, the spotlight is on the Radiologic Technologists at the AMI Mays Landing office.  The technologists will ensure you have the best imaging experience possible.

Do you ever notice the R.T., MR, CT, or M, on the technologist uniforms?  These credentials designate that a technologist is certified in radiology (R.T.) and an area(s) of specialty.  All of our technologists have completed their training at an accredited Radiologic Technologist program and are licensed through the State of New Jersey.  An associate's degree is the most common educational path for radiologic technologists.  Most technologists start out as radiologic technologists and then go on to specialize in areas such as mammography, MRI, CT, sonography or nuclear medicine.

To stay up to date with the latest advances in radiology, our technologists complete mandatory continuing education requirements, as well as learning from daily interactions with our radiologists. No matter what the specialty area, all technologists are committed to providing you the highest level of imaging combined with unsurpassed patient care.  




Meet the Radiologic Technologists from the AMI Mays Landing office. This office offers x-ray, ultrasound, CT, MRI, mammogram, and DEXA scans (bone density). 

Gale and Julie are two of the x-ray technologists at the AMI Mays Landing office. They understand the needs of our patients and will ensure each patient has the best experience possible. 

Michelle is the MRI technologist in the Mays Landing office. Some patients may have fears about having an MRI.  Michelle is here to ensure you have the best MRI experience possible and will answer any questions you may have about your exam
Jenn is a CT technologist in the Mays Landing office.  She is responsible for preparing patients for their CT exam, conducting the exam to the physician's specifications and sending the images to the radiologist for interpretation

Christine is a mammography technologist in the Mays Landing office. She will guide you through your mammogram and explain why compression is necessary.

To learn more about our offices or a particular procedure please visit www.atlanticmedicalimaging.com/pages/our-services .

Continue to check back to learn more about the staff of our AMI Spotlight office!

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