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    The Rhode Island Hospital School of Medical Imaging offers an accredited certificate program in Nuclear Medicine Technology.

    In collaboration with Rhode Island College, students who successfully complete the requirements of the certificate program will be eligible for a Bachelor of Science (BS) in Medical Imaging. The BS in Medical Imaging degree is a four-year program consisting of two and a half years of general education and cognate (pre-clinical) courses taken at Rhode Island College followed by one and a half years of clinical education through the School of Medical Imaging.

    Students who successfully complete the Nuclear Medicine Technology program are awarded a certificate from the School of Medical Imaging and are then eligible to sit for the national certification examinations offered by the Nuclear Medicine Technology Certification Board (NMTCB) and the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT).

    For more information, please contact the program Director, Lisa Tetreault at or call 401-606-8531.