Background : The officer radiology at risk for exposure to radiation. Health monitoring and dose the radiology staff must be conducted to identify the presence of early symptoms or signs of early damage due to exposure to radiation and to ensure the safety and health of radiology staff. This study aims to increase awareness of the risks of radiation exposure in radiology staff based on the results of hematology and dose monitoring.Methods : The study used a descriptive design with cross sectional method. The subjects used in this study consists of radiologists, radiographers and administrators who work in Radiology, Prof. RSPI Dr. Sulianti Saroso period 2014-2015. The data used is secondary data from periodic health examination results year 2014-2015, in the form of data on demographic characteristics and laboratory tests. The results of the laboratory measurement of radiation dose monitoring individual dose - Safety Center HealthFacilities and Technology Center Safety and Radiation Metrology - National Nuclear Energy Agency (BATAN).Results : The number of male officers radiology equal to the number of women officers, as many as 58.4% of 31-40-year-old clerk, 75% of the officers educated DIII radiology, 33.3% of the officers working with 11-15 years old. Examination results hematocrit levels, leukocytes, and LEDs indicate all the officers are still within normal limits. Officers who have low Hb level increased to 33.3% in 2015 from 2014 (25%). Officers who are anemic normositik increased from 16.5% (2014) to 25% (2015). A total of 16.6% of the officers had serum iron levels are low, as many as 25% of the officers had a low reticulocyte count. Radiation dose monitoring results in 2014 and 2015 shows all radiology staff is still below the dose limit value.Conclusion : Overall results of the monitoring of hematology and radiology staff doses are within normal limits.