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Nuclear Medicine Tech Travel Jobs

Nuclear medicine technologists use a scanner to create images of a patient's body. They prepare radioactive drugs and administer them to patients undergoing scans which cause designated areas of the body to appear different from normal areas in the images.  

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Specialty Requirements

Most employers require a bachelor's degree in nuclear medicine technology. Alternatively, a 12-month certificate program can meet the educational requirement, provided the candidate has an undergraduate degree in a related field. Additional certification may be required depending on the state. Nuclear Medicine Techs should have good interpersonal and critical thinking skills.

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Among other functions, a Nuclear Medicine Tech may perform organ imaging tests, such as skeletal, cardiac blood pool, and major vascular blood pool. They will inject radiopharmaceuticals under the direct supervision of a radiologist and subsequently monitor the patient to check for unusual reactions. They will check scanners to ensure that they are working properly and keep thorough procedural records.

Nuclear Medicine Tech Travel Job Description

In addition to their testing and imaging duties, Nuclear Medicine Technologists explain imaging procedures to patients and answering questions. Most positions are found in hospitals and diagnostic centers.

Nuclear Medicine Technologist Pay

The BLS reported that the median annual salary for a Nuclear Medicine Technologist in 2018 was $75,660. That number can reach into six figures for those at the top pay level for the profession. Pay varies with location, facility, and the duties required for a given position. Travelers typically earn a higher earlier or weekly rate than permanent staff, with pay reflecting the need for supplemental staffing.