IMAGING FELLOWSHIP

IMAGING FELLOWSHIP
Advance Your Imaging Career 

The Memorial Hermann Imaging Fellowship is designed to transition experienced radiology modality clinicians to Computed Tomography (CT) Technologists through a three month program offering professional development, curriculum and on-the-job training. The program is led by a licensed imaging educator and dedicated clinical education resource specialists to help you advance your career and support your professional advancement.

Program Details

Eligibility/ Minimum Qualifications:
  • One year of imaging technologist experience is preferred. Recent radiology tech (X-ray) graduates will also be considered.
  • Must be registered as an ARRT-RT
  • Must complete a shadow shift after your interview
Important Dates:  Fall 2024 Cohort
  • Applications will be open from April 14 to May 3, 2024
  • Individuals selected for the fellowship will move into the position July 2024. This applies to both external hires and existing Memorial Hermann employees selected for the program 
  • Coursework begins August 2024


A Career with Memorial Hermann

Here, you’ll find a collaborative environment, and you’ll have the tools you need to rise to any challenge and an entire network of support. You’ll find a range of career opportunities that stretch across specialties and locations along with support, training and the kind of growth opportunities you’d expect from a national leader in health care.


When you’re a part of our team, you’ll enjoy a culture of collaboration, compassion and innovation. Other benefits include:

  • Certification reimbursement
  • No out-of-pocket cost education assistance 
  • Student Loan Repayment for degrees earned in the last five years
  • Focus on employee wellness & resiliency with enhanced benefits & perks

Want to Learn More?

For more information and details about the program, reach out to ImagingFellowship@memorialhermann.org
What does a Computed Tomography (CT) Technologist do? Computed Tomography Technologists use computerized tomography (CT) scanners to produce cross-section images of patients’ internal organs and tissues for the diagnosis of medical issues. A CT scan technologist must be able to accurately interpret a physician’s scanning instructions, administer contrast materials, prepare and operate the CT scan equipment, and position the patient to capture the appropriate images.
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