Nuclear Medicine Technology Program

First-Rate Instruction

Established in 1975, Aurora Health Care’s Nuclear Medicine Technology Program is fully accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Educational Programs in Nuclear Medicine Technology.

What is a Nuclear Technologist?

A nuclear medicine technologist is an important member of the allied health team. This health care professional is trained not only as a specialist in patient care, technical skills and administrative functions, but also as a health care specialist with a strong background in the medical sciences.

A nuclear medicine technologist uses special equipment, procedures and radiopharmaceuticals to analyze patients’ physiological problems. Under the supervision of a physician, a nuclear medicine technologist also directs or participates in the daily operation of the nuclear medicine department and works closely with other health professionals.

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Program Overview & Curriculum

The Nuclear Medicine Technology Program is a 12-month internship. The next program begins June 22, 2020.

Students receive both classroom and clinical education right at Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center in Milwaukee, and regularly interact with patients, technologists and doctors.

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Requirements & Affiliates

Applicants must be enrolled in a four-year, nuclear medicine technology degree-granting program from an affiliated university or have a bachelor's degree in a related field. Students from affiliated colleges are given preference.

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Tuition & Fees

For students transferring as seniors from one of our affiliated institutions:
Tuition and fees are based on 85% of the tuition from the affiliated academic institution. This fee covers all textbooks and supplies. The supplies include one set of hospital scrubs, radiation monitors and any other required daily supplies.

For students who have completed a bachelor’s degree in a related field from an accredited college or university:
Tuition and fees for the year are $6,000. This fee covers all textbooks and supplies. The supplies include one set of hospital scrubs, radiation monitors and any other required daily supplies. Financial aid is not available for tuition during the internship if you are not from an affiliated college.


Graduate outcomes are indicators of program effectiveness, demonstrating the extent to which a program achieves its goals. Programmatic graduate outcomes data reported on the JRCNMT website include:

  • Five-year time period of current report
  • Graduation rate
  • ARRT credentialing success
  • NMTCB credentialing success
  • Job placement rate

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Learn how to apply to the Nuclear Medicine Technology Program at Aurora St. Luke’s in Milwaukee and get information about the application process.

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