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Colorado Nuclear Medicine Technician Salary - CO

Salaries for Nuclear Medicine Technologists in Colorado

That sounds like a lot of work.  Is it worth my time to bother with the nuclear medicine training?  Of course it is, my friend!  A nuclear medicine technologist salary in Colorado starts at $62,000 with basic certification and is comparable to the national average.  By furthering your education and job experience, you can easily increase your earning power.  Nuclear medicine technologists specializing in cardiology can make $70,000 or better.  If you specialize in positron emission tomography (PET), you may earn over $80,000.  Yes, there are substantial monetary rewards for earning an Associate’s Degree or Bachelor’s Degree in nuclear medicine technology.


Catastrophic illnesses such as cancer, Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, and heart disease can be diagnosed using nuclear medicine.  As the baby boomer population continues to age, these diseases are appearing at a rapid rate.  Colorado contains many metropolitan areas full of baby boomers, like Denver, Colorado Springs, Aurora, and Lakewood, each with endless possibilities for a budding nuclear medicine technologist like you. 

Throughout Colorado there are hundreds of wonderful health care facilities and clinics seeking nuclear medicine technologists.  High quality hospitals such as Memorial Hospital, Penrose Hospital, Exempla Saint Joseph Hospital, Presbyterian/Saint Luke's Medical Center, and University of Colorado Hospital are looking for dedicated, educated individuals to serve the public.  Complete your education and start serving today.


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