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Health technologists and technicians are involved in the diagnosis and treatment of patient's medical problems. The field has a variety of specialties and each specialty has specific training levels. Health technologists and technicians often work in collaboration with other health care providers. Health technicians, in some fields, focus primarily on administering medical therapy to patient's.

Health Technologist Schools, Certification and Licensing

The educational requirements vary for health technologist occupations. Some entry level assistant positions may require only a high school diploma, while most positions require certification or an associate degree or a bachelor's degree. Most health care workers need some type of licensure or certification related to their specialty. In specializations that do not require certifications, employers typically prefer certified health technicians. Health technologists that are employed in medical labs typically need to complete an appropriate two-year program.

Most cardiovascular technologists have completed a two-year program. Four year educational programs in the subject are becoming increasingly available. Some states require licensure for cardiovascular technologists. Certification is provided by the American Registry of Diagnostic Medical Sonographers and the Cardiovascular Credentialing International.

Training for diagnostic medical sonographers is provided by hospitals and one-year certificate programs and associate and bachelor's degree programs. Currently, no state requires licensure. Sonographers that are registered by ARDMS are registered Diagnostic Medical Sonographers.

The American Academy of Orthotists and Prosthetists lists a small number of O&P technician associate degree programs that have received accreditation from the National Commission on Orthotic & Prosthetic Education.

Training programs for surgical technologists last from 9 months to two years. Certificates, diplomas and associate degree programs are available. Most employers seek candidates that are certified technologists. Voluntary certification is provided by the Liaison Council on Certification for the Certification for the Surgical Technologist. Candidates for certification need to graduate from a program accredited by the CAAHEP and pass a national certification examination.

Radiologic technologists and technicians education programs are provided by certificate and associate and bachelor's degree programs. The curriculums range in length from one to four years. Two-year associate degree programs are most common. The majority of the states require licensure for practicing radiologic technologists.

Training is provided for Nuclear medicine technologists in one-year certificate programs and associate and bachelor's degree programs. The certificate programs are usually only available to health professionals that have earned an associate degree in diagnostic medical sonography or radiologic technology. Education and licensure requirements vary by state. More than half of the states require certification or licensing.

Job Characteristics

The work hours vary by the specialty. Good communication and interpersonal skills are important for many health technologist and technician positions. Being detailed oriented is important for these occupations.

Some of the specialties for health technologists and technicians are:

  • Diagnostic medical sonographers utilize specialized equipment in order to create images of structures inside the human body. These images are used by doctors to make a medical diagnosis. Diagnostic medical sonographers perform diagnostic procedures, analyze technical information and provide a summary of their technical findings to doctors.
  • Medical appliance technicians construct, fit, repair and maintain artificial limbs, braces, arch supports, joints and other types of medical and surgical appliances. Some medical appliance technicians are involved with medical appliances that are utilized to correct other medical problems such as hearing aids.
  • Cardiovascular technologists and technicians perform cardiovascular procedures under the supervision of a doctor. They perform tasks such as monitoring heart rates, explaining testing procedures and results to patients and reviewing patient files.
  • Surgical technologists are members of operating room teams and work under the supervision of surgeons, registered nurses and other surgical personnel. They also help prepare the operating room for surgeries. Surgical technologists may also help transport patients to recovery rooms and clean and restock the operating room.
  • Radiologic technologists and technicians, also known as radiographers, take x-rays and administer nonradioactive materials into their patent's bloodstream for diagnostic testing.
  • Nuclear medicine technologists administer radiopharmacueticals to their patients by injection, by mouth, inhalation or other techniques in order to measure the functions and characteristics of the organs and tissues in which the radiopharmaceuticals concentrate. They also sample serum or blood in order to determine the concentrations of drugs or hormones in the bloodstream.

Resources for Health Technologists and Technicians

Major Health Care Employers

The major employers for health technologists and technicians are hospitals and medical clinics.

Metro Areas Sorted by Total Employment for:
Health Technologists and Technicians

Listed below are metro areas sorted by the total number of people employed in Health Technologists and Technicians jobs , as of 2016

2016 Occupational Employment Statistics and 2014-24 Employment Projections, Bureau of Labor Statistics, BLS.gov; 2014-24 State Occupational Projections, Projections Central, projectionscentral.com

     
Metro Area (Alabama) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Birmingham 330 $44,190
Hoover 330 $44,190
Tuscaloosa 80 $28,860
Huntsville 70 $39,150
Montgomery 50 $32,590
Mobile 50 $35,300
     
Metro Area (Alaska) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Anchorage 110 $62,410
     
Metro Area (Arizona) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Scottsdale 3000 $39,200
Mesa 3000 $39,200
Phoenix 3000 $39,200
Tucson 530 $37,650
Flagstaff 140 $35,960
Yuma 110 $31,760
Lake Havasu City -2222 $62,230
Kingman -2222 $62,230
     
Metro Area (Arkansas) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Conway 470 $39,250
North Little Rock 470 $39,250
Little Rock 470 $39,250
Jonesboro 50 $27,230
Hot Springs -2222 $32,750
     
Metro Area (California) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
San Bernardino 2870 $40,160
Riverside 2870 $40,160
Ontario 2870 $40,160
San Francisco 1900 $52,280
Oakland 1900 $52,280
Hayward 1900 $52,280
Carlsbad 1830 $42,900
San Diego 1830 $42,900
San Jose 990 $54,720
Sunnyvale 990 $54,720
Santa Clara 990 $54,720
Arden 900 $52,320
Roseville 900 $52,320
Sacramento 900 $52,320
Arcade 900 $52,320
Fresno 530 $50,750
Vallejo 470 $62,760
Fairfield 470 $62,760
Bakersfield 460 $37,560
Modesto 280 $42,470
Lodi 270 $44,270
Stockton 270 $44,270
Santa Rosa 240 $47,290
Salinas 230 $56,820
Ventura 190 $39,820
Oxnard 190 $39,820
Thousand Oaks 190 $39,820
Visalia 150 $37,720
Porterville 150 $37,720
Watsonville 110 $55,800
Santa Cruz 110 $55,800
Napa 100 $-1,111
Redding 100 $42,850
Corcoran 80 $27,070
Hanford 80 $27,070
Paso Robles 80 $39,730
Arroyo Grande 80 $39,730
San Luis Obispo 80 $39,730
Merced 70 $36,460
Yuba City -2222 $38,050
El Centro -2222 $38,310
Chico -2222 $39,090
Anaheim -2222 $41,370
Los Angeles -2222 $41,370
Long Beach -2222 $41,370
Santa Barbara -2222 $42,030
Santa Maria -2222 $42,030
     
Metro Area (Colorado) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Lakewood 1500 $45,620
Denver 1500 $45,620
Aurora 1500 $45,620
Colorado Springs 330 $43,280
Pueblo 90 $37,850
Grand Junction 80 $33,810
Fort Collins -2222 $42,460
Boulder -2222 $47,510
     
Metro Area (Connecticut) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
East Hartford 320 $47,770
West Hartford 320 $47,770
Hartford 320 $47,770
New Haven 160 $47,300
Stamford 150 $43,190
Norwalk 150 $43,190
Bridgeport 150 $43,190
Waterbury 50 $56,440
Danbury 40 $70,550
     
Metro Area (Delaware) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Dover 50 $53,360
     
Metro Area (Florida) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Fort Lauderdale 2740 $36,330
West Palm Beach 2740 $36,330
Miami 2740 $36,330
Tampa 1570 $34,040
Clearwater 1570 $34,040
St. Petersburg 1570 $34,040
Orlando 1520 $34,360
Kissimmee 1520 $34,360
Sanford 1520 $34,360
Jacksonville 1210 $39,440
Fort Myers 490 $37,290
Cape Coral 490 $37,290
Deltona 410 $30,080
Daytona Beach 410 $30,080
Ormond Beach 410 $30,080
Lakeland 410 $34,420
Winter Haven 410 $34,420
Sarasota 400 $33,500
North Port 400 $33,500
Bradenton 400 $33,500
Melbourne 250 $36,980
Palm Bay 250 $36,980
Titusville 250 $36,980
Ocala 230 $36,960
Gainesville 230 $48,770
Tallahassee 110 $36,610
Panama City 90 $32,880
Port St. Lucie 90 $34,990
Sebastian 70 $29,840
Vero Beach 70 $29,840
Punta Gorda 70 $30,560
Homosassa Springs 60 $31,060
Destin 50 $42,520
Crestview 50 $42,520
Fort Walton Beach 50 $42,520
Sebring 40 $31,050
The Villages -2222 $31,940
Ferry Pass -2222 $34,480
Brent -2222 $34,480
Pensacola -2222 $34,480
Immokalee -2222 $51,520
Naples -2222 $51,520
Marco Island -2222 $51,520
     
Metro Area (Georgia) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Sandy Springs 2110 $38,010
Atlanta 2110 $38,010
Roswell 2110 $38,010
Gainesville 150 $32,950
Clarke County 100 $35,140
Athens 100 $35,140
Savannah 100 $37,130
Macon 80 $40,350
Valdosta 50 $34,560
Warner Robins 40 $33,880
     
Metro Area (Hawaii) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Urban Honolulu 450 $47,860
     
Metro Area (Idaho) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Boise City 110 $46,440
Idaho Falls -2222 $44,220
     
Metro Area (Illinois) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Springfield 240 $35,740
Rockford 180 $46,090
Urbana 150 $39,000
Champaign 150 $39,000
Carbondale 130 $35,810
Marion 130 $35,810
Bloomington 60 $33,900
Decatur -2222 $34,050
     
Metro Area (Indiana) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Anderson 840 $40,070
Carmel 840 $40,070
Indianapolis 840 $40,070
Fort Wayne 140 $48,400
Goshen 70 $31,140
Elkhart 70 $31,140
Muncie 50 $28,970
La Porte 40 $31,590
Michigan City 40 $31,590
Kokomo 30 $40,640
Lafayette -2222 $30,800
West Lafayette -2222 $30,800
Bloomington -2222 $34,910
Terre Haute -2222 $35,790
     
Metro Area (Iowa) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Des Moines 210 $43,360
West Des Moines 210 $43,360
Iowa City 110 $48,280
Cedar Falls 50 $45,480
Waterloo 50 $45,480
Dubuque 40 $35,700
Cedar Rapids 40 $36,800
     
Metro Area (Kansas) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Topeka 80 $33,790
Wichita -2222 $40,140
     
Metro Area (Kentucky) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Fayette 320 $49,790
Lexington 320 $49,790
     
Metro Area (Louisiana) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Metairie 840 $29,400
New Orleans 840 $29,400
Baton Rouge 460 $30,010
Shreveport 240 $28,130
Bossier City 240 $28,130
Lafayette 140 $29,000
Hammond 140 $32,040
Alexandria 110 $28,530
Lake Charles 80 $26,650
Monroe 70 $27,610
Thibodaux 50 $27,380
Houma 50 $27,380
     
Metro Area (Maine) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Portland 240 $48,720
South Portland 240 $48,720
Bangor 130 $51,000
Auburn 40 $49,330
Lewiston 40 $49,330
     
Metro Area (Maryland) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Towson 1260 $45,810
Columbia 1260 $45,810
Baltimore 1260 $45,810
     
Metro Area (Massachusetts) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Barnstable Town 130 $56,590
New Bedford -2222 $44,890
     
Metro Area (Michigan) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Dearborn 1310 $36,110
Warren 1310 $36,110
Detroit 1310 $36,110
Wyoming 520 $37,980
Grand Rapids 520 $37,980
Ann Arbor 260 $52,780
Kalamazoo 110 $37,630
Portage 110 $37,630
East Lansing 100 $38,380
Lansing 100 $38,380
Saginaw 70 $43,390
Flint -2222 $37,180
     
Metro Area (Minnesota) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Rochester 140 $57,490
     
Metro Area (Mississippi) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Jackson 150 $33,050
Pascagoula 120 $34,000
Gulfport 120 $34,000
Biloxi 120 $34,000
     
Metro Area (Missouri) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Springfield 280 $32,650
Columbia 50 $50,900
Joplin -2222 $53,610
     
Metro Area (Montana) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Missoula 80 $30,210
Billings 70 $38,190
     
Metro Area (Nebraska) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Lincoln 50 $38,740
     
Metro Area (Nevada) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Paradise 1300 $41,260
Henderson 1300 $41,260
Las Vegas 1300 $41,260
Reno 160 $45,010
     
Metro Area (New Jersey) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Trenton 250 $59,580
Atlantic City 90 $45,220
Hammonton 90 $45,220
Ocean City 90 $53,440
Bridgeton 70 $54,700
Vineland 70 $54,700
     
Metro Area (New Mexico) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Albuquerque 470 $35,880
     
Metro Area (New York) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Rochester 410 $37,720
Albany 370 $39,380
Troy 370 $39,380
Schenectady 370 $39,380
Niagara Falls 290 $48,610
Cheektowaga 290 $48,610
Buffalo 290 $48,610
Syracuse 270 $53,430
Fort Drum 50 $33,650
Watertown 50 $33,650
     
Metro Area (North Carolina) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Raleigh 670 $35,620
Chapel Hill 610 $40,130
Durham 610 $40,130
High Point 420 $34,750
Greensboro 420 $34,750
Salem 370 $30,280
Winston 370 $30,280
Fayetteville 270 $35,030
Asheville 250 $41,710
Lenoir 190 $42,450
Hickory 190 $42,450
Morganton 190 $42,450
Wilmington 160 $35,920
Greenville 140 $48,640
Goldsboro 80 $29,150
Rocky Mount 70 $27,030
Burlington 70 $33,950
New Bern 50 $30,580
Jacksonville 40 $40,680
     
Metro Area (North Dakota) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Bismarck 30 $48,660
     
Metro Area (Ohio) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Elyria 890 $40,580
Cleveland 890 $40,580
Columbus 850 $36,370
Dayton 430 $38,370
Akron 260 $37,370
Toledo 220 $40,570
Canton 110 $40,390
Massillon 110 $40,390
Lima 50 $36,510
Springfield 40 $37,290
Mansfield 30 $31,340
     
Metro Area (Oklahoma) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Oklahoma City 640 $42,780
Tulsa 240 $45,140
     
Metro Area (Oregon) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Salem 160 $48,470
Eugene 150 $52,590
Medford 110 $39,660
Redmond 70 $41,330
Bend 70 $41,330
     
Metro Area (Pennsylvania) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Pittsburgh 810 $41,830
Reading 170 $52,510
York 100 $43,610
Hanover 100 $43,610
Hazleton 80 $39,640
Barre 80 $39,640
Scranton 80 $39,640
Wilkes 80 $39,640
Williamsport 50 $41,430
State College -2222 $34,490
Lebanon -2222 $46,650
     
Metro Area (Puerto Rico) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Caguas 220 $31,640
Carolina 220 $31,640
San Juan 220 $31,640
     
Metro Area (South Carolina) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Columbia 240 $37,110
Anderson 70 $47,580
Mauldin 70 $47,580
Greenville 70 $47,580
Florence 60 $31,030
North Charleston -2222 $37,340
Charleston -2222 $37,340
     
Metro Area (South Dakota) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Sioux Falls 90 $53,830
     
Metro Area (Tennessee) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Franklin 270 $48,360
Murfreesboro 270 $48,360
Davidson 270 $48,360
Nashville 270 $48,360
Knoxville 110 $54,080
Johnson City 40 $44,040
Jackson 30 $33,530
     
Metro Area (Texas) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Sugar Land 2380 $45,760
Houston 2380 $45,760
The Woodlands 2380 $45,760
Fort Worth 2070 $36,400
Arlington 2070 $36,400
Dallas 2070 $36,400
San Antonio 1100 $40,100
New Braunfels 1100 $40,100
El Paso 480 $28,450
Austin 400 $30,790
Round Rock 400 $30,790
McAllen 220 $30,910
Edinburg 220 $30,910
Mission 220 $30,910
Temple 220 $41,660
Killeen 220 $41,660
Corpus Christi 180 $33,690
Lubbock 160 $38,810
Longview 140 $29,630
Amarillo 130 $-1,111
Port Arthur 120 $30,450
Beaumont 120 $30,450
Tyler 100 $33,250
San Angelo 80 $32,350
Harlingen 70 $34,700
Brownsville 70 $34,700
Abilene 60 $35,900
Denison 50 $26,370
Sherman 50 $26,370
Waco 50 $35,850
Victoria -2222 $26,960
College Station -2222 $40,080
Bryan -2222 $40,080
     
Metro Area (Utah) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Salt Lake City 340 $36,790
Clearfield 130 $40,830
Ogden 130 $40,830
St. George 70 $31,040
Orem 70 $31,250
Provo 70 $31,250
     
Metro Area (Virginia) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Richmond 360 $45,270
Charlottesville 170 $41,010
Roanoke 130 $50,240
Lynchburg 50 $43,650
Radford 40 $41,110
Blacksburg 40 $41,110
Christiansburg 40 $41,110
     
Metro Area (Washington) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Bellevue 1440 $52,320
Seattle 1440 $52,320
Tacoma 1440 $52,320
Kennewick 340 $-1,111
Richland 340 $-1,111
Spokane Valley 310 $51,350
Spokane 310 $51,350
Wenatchee 140 $35,560
Tumwater 80 $38,860
Olympia 80 $38,860
Yakima 50 $41,150
     
Metro Area (West Virginia) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Morgantown 90 $-1,111
Charleston 90 $34,350
     
Metro Area (Wisconsin) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
West Allis 1480 $56,490
Milwaukee 1480 $56,490
Waukesha 1480 $56,490
Green Bay 570 $-2,222
Eau Claire 90 $42,810
Wausau 70 $51,540
Neenah 60 $51,960
Oshkosh 60 $51,960
Racine 40 $38,640
Madison -2222 $46,500
Appleton -2222 $63,330
     
Metro Area (Wyoming) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Cheyenne 40 $35,080

Career Stories (Job Profiles) for Health Technologists and Technicians

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Health Technologists and Technicians

Industries representing at least 1% of total jobs for the occupation.

2016 Occupational Employment Statistics and 2014-24 Employment Projections, Bureau of Labor Statistics, BLS.gov; 2014-24 State Occupational Projections, Projections Central, projectionscentral.com

Industry Jobs Percent Annual Median Salary
Hospital 36,130 48% $38,440
Medical Office 26,810 36% $35,320
Government 3,910 5% $47,910
Education 2,400 3% $37,100
Drug Stores 1,260 1% $42,410
Professional And Technical Services 900 1% $43,290
Office Services And Staffing 820 1% $38,580
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