MRI / CT Clinical Training Arizona

Pulse Radiology offers clinical training to radiologic technologists, ARDMS sonographers, radiation therapists and nuclear medicine technologists in Arizona.  The clinical range is focused in Phoenix/Scottsdale with a 75 mile range.  These clinical locations are accessible for technologists based in the Phoenix/Scottsdale area.  There is currently a 1 year waiting list to start clinical training for both MRI and CT but do not hesitate to contact us via [email protected] for updates.

All radiologic technologists training within the Pulse Radiology network of clinical affiliates in MRI, CT & Mammography are required to display professionalism, superior patient care and acknowledge the importance of attendance.

What information will I need to provide?

You must submit and provide the following documentation to your clinical coordinator to become eligible for access to your clinical location:

  • Current State License
  • Current ARRT Registration
  • Current Resume/CV
  • HIPAA Compliance Agreement (via Pulse Radiology)
  • Tentative Clinical Schedule with a minimum of 2 days per week.

How does the clinical training process work?

Each radiologic technologist or imaging professional will be allotted 40 scheduled clinical sessions plus or minus 5 days.  If a technologist cannot complete clinical exams, we will request a certain amount of days to help complete ARRT Clinical Requirements.

You must complete the Pulse Radiology Online Structured Education program with a 75%+ grade before starting clinical training.  Please be advised not every clinical location can accommodate each modality.  Pulse Radiology believes in scheduled, one-on-one clinical training sessions.

Fact Sheet

  • 92% passing rate on 1st attempt test takers, 100% on 2nd attempt test takers, no Pulse student has ever taken the registry a 3rd time.
  • Pulse alumni are employed at some of the best hospitals and imaging centers in Arizona including: HonorHealth, Dignity Health and Scottsdale Medical Imaging.