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The application process has moved to an online format if you have not received your canvas application course invite please contact Deb Myers at firstname.lastname@example.org Please note: students are required to complete 32 observation hours at three different clinical sites. If you are currently working in Health Technologies these requirements may not apply. Please contact Deb Myers at 740.386.4106 email@example.com Program Description The Program – Radiologic Technology Produce x-ray images to help in the diagnosis of injury and disease; position patients for accurate imaging; administer special agents that produce greater contrast in biological tissues and structures; maintain strict standards for safety and quality control. Important Information for Program Radiologic Program Packet Radiologic Student Handbook Radiologic Admission Score Sheet Radiologic Advising Checklist Radiologic Clinical Hour Obligations Radiologic Observation Verification Radiologic Clinical Student Handbook What Will it Cost Grading System Radiologic Outcomes and Assessment Plan Definition of “not actively seeking” employment. The job placement rate is defined as the number of graduates employed in the radiologic sciences compared to the number of graduates actively seeking employment in the radiologic sciences. The JRCERT has defined not actively seeking employment as: 1) graduate fails to communicate with program officials regarding employment status after multiple attempts, 2) graduate is unwilling to seek employment that requires relocation, 3) graduate is unwilling to accept employment due to salary or hours, 4) graduate is on active military duty, and/or 5) graduate is continuing education. Radiologic Mission, and Assessments Radiologic Student Outcomes and Learning Goals Career Outlooks Transfer Opportunity The American Registry of Radiologic Technologists American Society of Radiologic Technologists Ohio Society of Radiologic Technologists Radiologic Program Definition of Effectiveness Data definition of “not actively seeking” from Standard Five -Objective 5.2 to assist the public in understanding why the number of graduates employed may differ from the number of graduates. Radiologic Program Effectiveness Data Understanding Program Effectiveness Data JRCERT Non-Compliance Allegations Reporting Form NRC Regulatory Guide What you’ll learn Demonstrate knowledge and skill to accurately position patients including necessary modifications and evaluation of imaging procedures. Practice radiation protection for patients, self, and others by determining exposure factors to obtain diagnostic quality images with minimum radiation exposure. Provide patient education, comfort, and basic patient care, anticipate patients’ needs, and recognize emergency conditions requiring initiation of first-aid and basic life support procedures. Demonstrate knowledge and skills related to quality assurance and quality improvement. State the safe limits of equipment operation and report malfunctions to the proper authority. Exercise independent judgment and discretion when performing imaging procedures. Practice effective communication with patients and other health professionals and MTC faculty and staff. Demonstrate an understanding of basic x-ray production and interactions. Demonstrate knowledge of human structure, function, and pathology. Support the profession’s code of ethics and comply with the profession’s standard of practice and scope of practice. Mission Statement To provide an environment for student radiographers to become qualified and competent technologists in a healthcare setting. We partner with the healthcare community to provide higher education for radiographers and the School encourages the process of life-long learning. Program Goals The program will ensure the graduates possess the entry-level skills of a radiographer. To provide the community with qualified technologists. The program will facilitate the development of effective communication, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills. To facilitate the development of professional attitudes, behaviors, and ethics. Your Degree Associate of Applied Science Two-year (six semesters) full-time degree schedule; a mixture of core technical and science courses, along with basic communications classes. Certification Program graduates are eligible to take the National Registry Examination, offered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT), 1255 Northland Dr., St. Paul, MN 55120, 651-687-0048, https://www.arrt.org. The ARRT Board reserves the right to deny admission to the ARRT examination if an individual has been convicted of a crime, including a felony, gross misdemeanor, misdemeanor, or drug-related arrest. Clinical sites, as well as potential employers, may require drug screens and criminal background investigations Application Process Limited Enrollment To qualify for MTC’s Radiography Program, applicants must have: Fulfilled all MTC general admission requirements, and submitted both the Radiography Program Application and the non-academic standards form. Application deadline May 17th. Successfully completed high school or certification or equivalent education by an organization recognized by the U.S. Department of Education. Acceptance into the Radiography program is contingent upon receipt of the official final high school transcript with posted graduation date or passing GED results. Earned an accumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2.5 (4.0 scale) in high school or GED examination equivalent, or completed a minimum of 12 semester hours (or equivalent) of college credit with an accumulative GPA of 2.5. Taken high school algebra, biology, and chemistry, or successful completion of equivalent college coursework. Successful completion of the ACT or Basic Skills Assessment (ACCUPLACER) in reading, writing, mathematics (algebra), and Technology Skills Test (TST). Reached 18 years of age by the end of the calendar year in which you are seeking admission into Radiography technical courses. Observed in an imaging department a minimum of 32 hours at three different clinical sites and submitted an ‘‘Observation Validation’’ form. (Form is available on the college website under the Radiography program) Transfer students to MTC must qualify in accordance with current Radiography program admission criteria. A listing of all requirements, policies, and procedures for the program is available in the Radiography Student Handbook located on the program’s page on MTC’s website. Program Accreditation RAD Accreditation: Joint Review Commission on Education in Radiologic Technology (JCERT) July 2018 thru the third quarter of 2026. Accreditation Status: Accredited The Associate’s degree radiography program at Marion Technical College is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT). The program’s current length of accreditation is 8 years. JRCERT contact information is: 20 North Wacker Drive, Suite 2850 Chicago, Illinois, 60606-3182; phone ; (312) 704-5300; email: firstname.lastname@example.org; web: www.jrcert.org JRCERT mission statement. The process of accreditation is a formalized review that assures that the College and individual programs meet stringent national standards of excellence. Individual program accreditation also ensures a quality curriculum that enables graduates to qualify for applicable certification examinations and/or licensures. Students who successfully complete MTC’s Radiography Program are eligible to take the National Registry Examination offered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT). This is a multiple-choice situational exam administered via computer. Successful examination results allow individuals to use the R.T. (Registered Technologist) credential, as well as pursue advanced employment opportunities. Periodic renewal of this credential is required. The ARRT Board reserves the right to deny admission to the ARRT examination if an individual has been convicted of a crime, including a felony, gross misdemeanor, misdemeanor, or drug-related arrest. Advisory Committee: Title First Last Job Title Company Rosemary Appelfeller Harding Health Technologies Marion Harding High School Sheryl Bacon Executive Secretary OSRT Amy Bidlack Clinical Instructor Radiography Dylan Black Imaging Manager Marion Medical Campus Russ Merrin, R.T.(R)(N), C.N.M.T., N.C.T, B.S. Radiology Manager Morrow County Hospital Brandy Page Academic Advisor Marion Technical College Kimlyn Queen-Weis, MBA, CRA, FAHRA Director Operations, Patient Logistics Services Transfer Center Dr. Alan Reier, MD Radiologist Marion General Hospital Valorie Shull Lead Radiographer Avita Bucyrus Ed Sweeny Retired Radiographer Retired / public member Patricia Wasserbeck Radiographic Technologist Marion General Hopsital Bob White, BSHCM, RT(R ), CV, CT, CRA Director of Cardiovascular Services Avita Galion Hospital Christy Stinehelfer, RT Program Director University of Findlay STUDENTS: Ellen Miller Hannah Bane Katrina Byram Collin Brown To receive more detailed information on the Radiography Program, please send an e-mail to email@example.com OR For More Information, Contact: Admission Office Marion Technical College 1467 Mt. Vernon Ave. Marion, OH 43302 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org 740.389.4636 Faculty Sorry no post found.