Employment of Radiologic Technologists Expected to Grow by 28%

Employment of radiologic technologists is expected to grow faster than the average for all occupations An increasing aging population will have more medical conditions, such as breaks and fractures caused by osteoporosis, which require imaging to diagnose and treat. Radiologic technologists will be needed to maintain and use the diagnostic equipment. Although hospitals will remain the main employer of radiologic technologists, a number of new jobs will be in physicians’ offices and in imaging centers. Employment… Read More

Broward Career Fair

Recently, Cambridge Institute of Allied Health & Technology attended the Broward County College Fair.  Approximately 7,000 high school students attended from all over Broward and Miami Dade.  Students were curious to know what our school and programs had to offer. Our Interim Campus Director Dominique Werner, Director of Admissions Norlan Tolon, Director of Career Services James Andrews, and Director of Radiologic Technology Program Stacy Kopso were busy answering many questions that students had about our… Read More

Cambridge Health Supports Athleader’s Breast Cancer Run

Take pride in Our Community On Saturday October 5th, Cambridge took part in the Athleader’s Breast Cancer Run/ Walk 5 Miler.  Several supporters showed up to walk Stone Mountain for the 5K. It was a beautiful morning and each person was there for the same purpose, we walked in support of Cancer survivors and End the Fight with Cancer. Together, the walkers and runners took on the mountain. Approximately 80 supporters on each team cheered… Read More

Become a Radiologic Technologist at Cambridge Institute

Who can apply to the Radiology program at Cambridge? Anyone with a High school diploma looking for a rewarding career in healthcare What does a Radiologic Technologists do? Radiologic technologists typically do the following: Adjust and maintain imaging equipment Precisely follow orders from physicians on what areas of the body to image Prepare patients for procedures, including taking a medical history and answering questions about the procedure Protect the patient by shielding exposed areas that… Read More