Clinical Training in South Florida, including Miami

Nationally Respected Hospital & Clinic Affiliations

The Radiologic Technologist program at Cambridge College of Healthcare & Technology provides students with a combination of classroom guidance and hands-on training at our new Miami clinic location and other southern Florida locations.

We have clinical affiliations at hospitals in Palm Beach County, Indian River County, Broward County and Miami-Dade County, meaning students are trained at some of the most respected healthcare facilities in the country. They also have the advantage of jump-starting their career by having an opportunity to work alongside and make valuable relationships with healthcare professionals throughout the Miami area.

Miami, Florida at Jackson Memorial Hospital – A Beautiful Place to Live, Work & Train

This Radiologic Technology program at our Delray Beach, Florida campus combines classroom training with clinical experience at our new clinical site located in Miami. Our new Miami clinic site is held at Jackson Memorial Hospital, which is one of the largest and most reputable hospitals in the area, specializing in trauma and ER services. This radiology training program also has clinical affiliations with hospitals in Palm Beach County, Indian River County and Broward County.

The Radiologic Technology program at Cambridge College of Healthcare & Technology is typically completed in just two years. The goal of the program is to enable students to become competent, entry-level Radiography professionals upon graduation.

How Students Train at Our New Clinical Location:

Radiologic Technology students spend 2-3 days per week at clinical and 1-2 days per week in the classroom at our Delray Beach campus. For added flexibility, students can complete most of their general education classes online.

About Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami, Florida:

This internationally respected hospital and surrounding medical center is ranked by U.S. News & World Report as the No. 1 hospital in the Miami-Fort Lauderdale area.

Easily accessible via the Civic Center Station of the Miami Metrorail, this state-of-the-art medical center features an academic health system comprised of six hospitals: Jackson Memorial Hospital, Holtz Children’s Hospital, Jackson North Medical Center, Jackson South Community Hospital, Jackson Rehabilitation Hospital and Jackson Behavioral Health Hospital. It’s also home to the Ryder Trauma Center, Miami-Dade County’s only Level 1 adult and pediatric trauma center; and the UM/JM Burn Center, one of the leading burn treatment centers in the nation and the only one in South Florida. Jackson Memorial’s network also consists of community clinics and several specialty centers throughout the Miami-Dade area.

Located in the Civic Center in the Northwest quadrant of the intersection of I-95 and FL-836, this hospital truly is one of the best places in the nation for a Radiologic Technologist to learn, train and begin working.

Serving one of Florida’s most diverse and vibrant cities, our newest and most advanced clinical location in Miami provides students with an incredible opportunity to gain experience at one of the top hospitals in the country within the exciting and fast-paced setting of one of America’s largest cities.

Miami is internationally respected as a major business center and a leader in finance, commerce, culture, media, entertainment, the arts, and international trade. It’s also one of the world’s most popular vacation spots.

On top of being home to some of the finest and most respected hospitals and healthcare facilities, the Miami area offers a variety of activities, making it truly a place for everyone. For example, Miami offers the South Beach nightlife and restaurants, the Art Deco district, Little Havana, professional sports teams and of course miles and miles of beautiful beaches.

Palm Beach County – In the Heart of South Florida

It’s the largest county in the state of Florida with a population near 1.5 million residents. The county border also includes the Miami metropolitan area, one of the most popular spots in the nation. Because this is such a large and populous area, there are an incredible amount of opportunities for healthcare professionals. Palm Beach County is home to some of the busiest hospitals and medical offices in the country, providing an amazing clinical experience for Cambridge students, and an unparalleled opportunity to network amongst the medical community.

Indian River County – Home of the Treasure Coast

Located in what’s called the “Treasure Coast” of Florida, Indian River County is commonly known for its affluent community and wonderful beach views. Here, Cambridge students are given clinical experience at some of the finest medical centers and not-for-profit hospitals in the state.

Broward County – Gateway to the Everglades

The second most populated area in the state of Florida, Broward County provides a variety of attractions. For example: the Museum of Discovery and Science, Butterfly World, and multiple entrances to the Everglades parks. Because of its 23 miles of beach, Broward County is also a popular destination for scuba diving and snorkeling. When not taking exploring the Everglades or relaxing on the beach, Cambridge students are provided hands-on clinical experience at a variety of reputable hospitals and medical facilities.