POSTPRIMARY PATHWAY: VASCULAR INTERVENTIONAL RADIOGRAPHY
WORKING IN VASCULAR INTERVENTIONAL RADIOGRAPHY
As a vascular interventional radiographer, you’ll assist physicians with minimally invasive, image-guided vascular procedures, including angioplasty, stenting, thrombolysis, and more. Using sophisticated fluoroscopic equipment, you’ll be responsible for capturing images of the blood vessels.
Working in a hospital, clinic, lab, or outpatient center, you’ll have a rewarding job and be an important part of a medical team caring for patients.
GET STARTED ON YOUR CREDENTIAL
To earn credentials in Vascular Interventional Radiography using the postprimary pathway, you must maintain compliance with the ARRT Standards of Ethics and fulfill additional requirements in structured education, clinical experience, and examination. You must also meet a supporting discipline prerequisite. For Vascular Interventional Radiography, you must first be certified and registered in Radiography.
To get started, review these important Vascular Interventional Radiography documents:
- Postprimary Discipline Handbook
- Structured Education Requirements
- Clinical Experience Requirements
- Content Specifications
- Task Inventory
Next, use our online tool as a guide for completing and logging your clinical experience and structured education activities. Once you’ve finished those steps, you’ll be ready to apply online—and soon after that, you can schedule your exam.
Earning a postprimary credential is challenging, yet very rewarding. If you have questions along the way, we’re here to help. Take a look at our postprimary FAQs, send us a message, or call us for more information.