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Imaging and Diagnostic Careers at Bronson

Are you looking for an exciting new career? Become a part of Bronson's imaging and diagnostics team! Whether you are looking for an entry-level opportunity or have years of experience, Team Bronson has a spot for you.

For the health and safety of our workforce and our community, all new and current Bronson employees are required to be immunized for influenza and COVID-19.

As a member of Team Bronson, you will earn a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package, while also making a positive impact in your community. We will provide you with on-site learning, as well as help you obtain the certifications that may be required for the job you choose. So get started now and let us help you gain the skills needed to be successful today and to grow your career in the future.

Region’s Leading Employer

This means that as your skills grow, so can you! As part of our benefits package, employees can take advantage of tuition reimbursement, scholarship opportunities and more.

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Bronson is known for excellence. Bronson Methodist Hospital in Kalamazoo is a Level 1 Trauma Center and Magnet Recognized. Also, Bronson Battle Creek has received an ‘A’ Safety Grade from The Leapfrog Group (2021), and Bronson LakeView has been recognized with the Rural Hospital Top Performance Award (2016).

I feel supported at every level

Photo of Aaron, an Ultrasound Tech at BronsonAaron has been a member of Team Bronson for only a short period of time, and already feels the sense of community and support he needs to succeed.

"The work environment at Bronson is a friendly atmosphere with people who encourage one another and have patience when it comes to learning and teaching others. I’m motivated by the work we get to do, which is providing necessary care to people who need it most."

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Support, Pride and a Sense of Community

Photo of Jessi, a member of our imaging team at Bronson.

Jessi has been a proud member of Team Bronson for nearly 19 years!

"I would not be where I am today, in my career, without the support of my leadership team and coworkers. If you are looking to be a part of an organization that makes a difference, than Bronson is the place for you!"

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Open Positions

Whether you are currently enrolled in a radiology program and want to get a head start on your career, or you're experienced in your field, Bronson's imaging team has a spot for you! If you are a dedicated and detail-oriented individual who is passionate about helping others, check out our current openings. Several opportunities are available to meet your personal career goals and needs, including PRN (on-call), part time and full time positions.

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Diagnostic Imaging Associate


  • Designated for 1st/2nd year radiography students who are currently enrolled in an accredited school of radiologic technology program

Current openings:

Diagnostic Imaging Technologist


  • Associate’s degree in radiology technology or certificate of completion from a hospital-based program
  • AART certification

Current openings:



  • ARRT certification
  • If not certified in CT, certification is required within one year of employment

Current openings:

Imaging Technologist


  • High school diploma or GED
  • Associates degree or 2 years of formal education/training
  • 1-2 years of previous experience

Current openings:

MRI Imaging Technologist


  • Associate’s degree from an accredited school of Radiological Technology
  • Minimum of three months clinical or on-the-job training
  • Registry eligible or registered R.T (MR)
  • Registry eligible technologist must receive registration within six month of hire date
  • BLS required within six months of hire date

Current openings:

Nuclear Medicine Technologist


  • Associate’s, bachelor's or graduate degree
  • At least 3 months of previous experience
  • ARRT certification

Current openings:

Radiology Technologist


  • Associate’s degree in radiology technology
  • ARRT certification

Current openings:

Surgery Imaging Technologist


  • Associate’s degree in radiology technology
  • At least one year of previous experience highly desired
  • ARRT certification

Current openings:

Ultrasound Technologist


  • Associate’s degree from an accredited school of ultrasound/sonography or completion of an accredited sonography program
  • At least six months to one year of previous experience
  • Registry eligible or registered ARDMS in OB/GYN and abdomen (which includes Physics board exam)

Current openings:

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Living and Working in Southwest Michigan

Battle Creek

Battle Creek and other Calhoun County communities like Marshall have a lot to offer! Located in South Central Michigan, Battle Creek is small enough to be friendly and inviting, yet big enough to provide a variety of activities, events and opportunities to explore.

The city of Battle Creek is conveniently located along I-94 between larger cities like Detroit and Chicago, and Grand Rapids and Indianapolis are not too far away either. While you are not far from these major cities, you're also very close to amazing beaches along Lake Michigan, ethnic and community festivals, concerts and countless outdoor activities.

The overall cost of living in Battle Creek is 7 percent lower than the national average, and residents have an average commute of 20 minutes – making it a great place to live, work and raise a family.

Learn More at Battle Creek Unlimited

Learn More from the Battle Creek Area Chamber of Commerce


Kalamazoo, and the surrounding areas of Portage, Richland, Mattawan and Texas Township, have much to offer. Kalamazoo’s lively downtown boasts many great dining experiences, shops and local breweries. It is home to minor league sports teams like the Kalamazoo KWings (ice hockey) and Kalamazoo Growlers (baseball). For the outdoor enthusiasts, enjoy expansive nature trails, well-maintained parks and lakes, and other waterfront activities.

Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo College and Kalamazoo Valley Community College make the area an education hub. For growing families, Kalamazoo is home to the Kalamazoo Promise. The Kalamazoo Promise is a scholarship program that provides all Kalamazoo Public School graduate up to 100% tuition for post-secondary education. Created in 2005 through the generous donations of anonymous local donors, this is one of the most prolific scholarships this world has ever seen.

Kalamazoo is conveniently located along I-94 with larger cities like Detroit and Chicago only two hours away. Even closer, head 45 minutes north and enjoy a day trip to Grand Rapids to enjoy a lively art and entertainment scene. Or go 45 minutes west to enjoy the towns and beaches along Lake Michigan.

U.S. News recently rated Kalamazoo the #3 City to Live in Michigan, as well as the #14 Most Affordable Place to Live in the U.S. – making it a great place to live, work and raise a family.

Learn More at Discover Kalamazoo

Learn More from the Kalamazoo Regional Chamber of Commerce

South Haven

South Haven is a breath of fresh air for anyone looking to experience the comfort of small town living on the Great Lakes. Settled along Lake Michigan, this quaint lakefront community is home to pristine white sand beaches and offers year-round culture and charm. Some of the outdoor attractions South Haven residents enjoy include:

  • Miles of sandy beach and lakeshore parks to enjoy
  • Four marinas with 229 boating slips available for either seasonal or transient boaters
  • The Michigan Maritime Museum and the famous South Haven Lighthouse
  • A lively downtown, featuring local boutiques, restaurants and bars, as well as a summertime farmer’s market
  • Nature trails, ideal for walking, biking and exploring

South Haven is only 45 minutes from the cities of Kalamazoo and Grand Rapids making it easy to take excursions for dining, shopping and entertainment. Even closer are other lakeshore communities to explore like St. Joseph, Saugatuck, Holland and Grand Haven.

Though it is a beach town, South Haven still ranks slightly below Michigan’s average cost of living. With its affordability and endless opportunities for outdoor fun, it is an ideal setting to raise a family with a relaxing, peaceful lifestyle.

Learn More About the City of South Haven

Paw Paw

There is a lot to like about the picturesque village of Paw Paw. This small town is known for its warm community and endless opportunities to enjoy the beauty of southwest Michigan. Paw Paw is home to many inland lakes and is close to some of Michigan’s best wineries. Located within Van Buren County, Paw Paw is close to numerous nature trails for walking, biking and exploring, farms where you can purchase delicious fresh fruit and produce, and gorgeous golf courses that are perfect for some friendly competition.

Living in Paw Paw is affordable! It ranks 21% below the national average for cost of living, and 42% below the national average for cost of housing. It is located 20 miles west of Kalamazoo, along I-94. So, whether you want to plan a weekend getaway in Chicago, spend the day along the beaches of South Haven or Grand Haven, or venture north to Grand Rapids, Paw Paw is the perfect town for those looking to enjoy the simplicity of small-town living, while never being far from more big-city action.

Learn more from the Paw Paw Area Chamber of Commerce