Radiology Technologists Education: Interventional Radiology

An IR technician meets with a patient in a waiting room

Charles J. Tegtmeyer School of Interventional Radiology and Special Procedures

Established in 1973 by Dr. Charles J. Tegtmeyer, the postgraduate Interventional Radiology and Special Procedures Program offered at the University of Virginia Medical Center provides a challenging and rewarding opportunity for dedicated Radiology Technologists interested in pursuing a career in the field of Interventional Radiology.

The Program was founded upon the idea that as the field of Interventional Radiology continued to evolve and expand, technologists that were proficient in all facets of patient care would be an invaluable asset to the collaborative team required to provide excellent and innovative patient care.

Thorough clinical and academic instruction from nationally and internationally recognized staff and faculty ensures successful graduates that possess the fundamental knowledge and skillset required to pursue a rewarding career in Interventional Radiology.

Update (4/2/20)In response to the evolving COVID-19 situation, we are relaxing both our deadline for application as well as the resources that must be provided in the application packet. As the situation remains fluid, we ask that all interested applicants reach out to us directly at for the most up to date instructions and deadlines.

For more information on UVA’s Angiography and Interventional Radiology Division click here.


Alisha Hawrylack, RT(R)(VI)
Program Director
The Charles J. Tegtmeyer, MD Program of Interventional Radiography and Special Procedures
University of Virginia Health System
Box 800377
Charlottesville, VA 22980