Imaging technologists at Gillette perform diagnostic imaging exams on patients who have varying degrees of physical and cognitive disabilities. Due to our patients’ specialized needs, they often require non-traditional imaging techniques and added comfort measures.
Our St. Paul-based advanced imaging facility offers CT, MRI, sonography and fluoroscopy exams. We also provide radiology and imaging services at our clinics in Burnsville, Minnetonka, Maple Grove and at our outpatient clinic for adults.
Imaging applicants should be certified and registered with the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) or the American Registry of Diagnostic Medical Sonography (ARDMS). Experience with pediatric or disabled populations, experience in a trauma/surgery environment, or previous work with digital imaging, is preferred but not required.