Radiologic Technologists are trained in such procedures as diagnostic x-rays, fluoroscopy, CT scans, digital radiography, cardiac catheterizations and angiographies. They assist and educate patients, maintain patient records and are responsible for radiation safety. Upon completion of this program, students will:
- Provide patient care during the x-ray examination, which includes positioning the patient and setting and operating controls on the x-ray machines;
- Work as a self-directed, reflective, competent and professional health care provider, who is dedicated to the highest health care standards;
- Work as hospital-based or private radiological office technologists upon passing the registry exam and applying for state licensure where applicable; and
- Possess the potential to continue education in radiation therapy, nuclear medicine, ultrasound and MRI.
NOTE: Students must apply for select admission to this program.
Dr. Sue Justis
For general information, contact the Admissions office: (406) 756-3847.