School of Nuclear Medicine Technology
The Northwestern Medicine School of Nuclear Medicine Technology provides students with a comprehensive body of knowledge and skills and the opportunity for some of the finest clinical experiences. Each year approximately 20,000 imaging procedures and over 5,000 cardiac stress imaging procedures are performed by the sections of nuclear medicine and nuclear cardiology. The 12-month program begins in September. To ensure individual instruction, Northwestern Medicine reserves the right to limit the class size.
The Nuclear Medicine Technology program is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Educational Programs in Nuclear Medicine Technology. They can be reached at (405) 285-0546.
With Northwestern Medicine's state-of-the-art facility, students are taught with the most advanced technological and diagnostic equipment available, including:
Our experienced instructional staff includes:
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Northwestern Memorial Hospital is an academic medical center where the Patient Comes First. The quality of our services is enhanced through the integration with education and research in an environment that encourages excellence of practice, critical inquiry and learning.
The School of Nuclear Medicine Technology dedicates itself to providing and promoting academic and clinical excellence that ensures high quality instruction that ultimately contributes to the delivery of quality patient care.
The curriculum is designed to provide the student with the knowledge and skills needed for a lifetime of continued learning and rewarding careers, and it helps students become leaders in the nuclear medicine community. Our goal is to continually nurture education, research and healthcare delivery, and we evaluate our progress regularly.
Contact School of Nuclear Medicine Technology
541 N. Fairbanks Court, Suite 950
Chicago, Illinois 60611