Careers & Alumni
"Promise of Success" - Graduates of Allied Health programs at Keystone College have been accepted into bachelor degree programs at Florida Gulf Coast University, Keiser University, Marywood University, Milikan University, Misericordia University, Penn State University, Robert Marris University, SUNY Upstate Medical, Thomas Jefferson University, the University of Scranton, and William Patterson.
Keystone graduates of the Allied Health Program have been hired by Allied Services, CMC Hopsital, Gentex, Moses Taylor Hospital, St. Joseph's Center, and Tyler Memorial Hospital.
Is this career for me?
Mechanical and technological aptitude is important as is the desire to help people by providing respectful, competent, and compassionate care. Medical Imaging technologists are part of the healthcare team and are required to interact with patients, families, physicians, and other medical personnel. Physical stamina is important because technologists are on their feet for long periods of time and may be required to help lift persons with disabilities.
Careers in this field are highly paid and highly sought after. Members of these professions typically work in hospitals, imaging centers, clinics, doctor's offices, mobile imaging companies, education, research, or enjoy careers in technical sales and support of medical instrumentation and supplies.
Sample Annual Salaries
In Pennsylvania there is an average of 346 medical imaging job openings each year.
- Cardiovascular Technicians $40,190
- Diagnostic Medical Sonographers $50,650
- Nuclear Medicine Technologists $55,230
- Radiation Therapists $62,950
- Radiologic Technologists $43,960
"The Keystone College Promise"
A pledge to first-time, full-time students in good academic, financial, and social standing.
Keystone College asserts that within six months after graduating from Keystone and fulfilling the requirements of the