Radiologic technologists (RADT) are specially trained healthcare professionals who assist radiologists by producing radiographs used to diagnose pathology and injury. Technologists focus on patient care and use technology to provide quality healthcare to our patients. The mission of our radiography program is to prepare competent, entry-level radiographers, with the ability to function within the healthcare community.
Our two-year Radiologic Technology Program is a Memorial Health System sponsored Certificate Award Program with articulation from Washington State Community College (WSCC) for the A.A.S. degree. RADT courses begin each fall and consist of six consecutive semesters of study. RADT didactic courses are held at Washington State Community College; labs and clinical rotations are held at Memorial Health System's campuses (including Belpre Medical Campus, Marietta Memorial Hospital, Selby General Hospital, and Wayne Street Medical Campus), Camden Clark Medical Center (Memorial Campus), and Camden Clark Medical Center (Garfield Medical Complex).
Students complete the program in July of their second year. Graduates of the program (Certificate Award and A.A.S. degree) are eligible to sit for the ARRT national certification exam to become a registered radiologic technologist. All non-RADT courses are open enrollment classes and may be completed prior to or during the program. Our program is accredited by The Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT), 20 North Wacker Drive, Suite 2850, Chicago, IL 60606-3182. Telephone number is (312) 704-5300. URL is www.jrcert.org.
Accreditation status; The program’s current length of accreditation is 8 years, awarded in 2021.
Program Mission and Goals 2021
To learn more about our Radiologic Technology Program, please contact:
Aimee J. Phillips
RADT Student Academic Advisor