The Heritage College Kansas City medical assistant school offers a medical assistant program that also includes Limited-Scope X-Ray training. X-Ray Medical Technician® – Medical Assistant students will study a curriculum that consists of of medical assisting courses that include classes in limited-scope x-ray. They not only qualify as trained medical assistants, they also perform x-rays. Graduates of this Kansas City medical assistant school with limited-scope x-ray training can expect to enjoy a rewarding career and hold a valuable place in the medical community.
1200 E 104th St. Suite 300
Kansas City MO, 64131
Students attending the Kansas City medical assistant school and x-ray technician school (limited-scope) will be placed in internships while they are training. The Heritage job placement resources are available to both graduates during their careers and students in training.
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Disclaimer: Radiology and Radiography vs. X-Ray Medical Tech The Heritage X-Ray – Medical Technician® Medical Assistant program offers training in limited-scope x-ray, in addition to a traditional medical assistant curriculum. A limited-scope x-ray technician may also sometimes be known as a General X-ray Machine Operator (GXMO) or a Basic X-ray Machine Operator (BXMO). Limited-scope x-ray operators are not radiologists, radiographers, radiography technicians, or radiology technicians (“rad techs”), however they can do many of the routine x-ray tasks that are common in most medical offices.