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Program Description

Hendrick Medical Center School of Radiography is a 21-month hospital based program where students learn about the field of radiology with a primary focus in diagnostic radiography. This will include one day a week of classroom instruction and the remaining 4 days a week in clinical rotations. Rotations will allow the student to learn how to perform x-ray examinations, how to deliver quality patient care, and how to effectively communicate in the medical environment. Along with these rotations, students have the opportunity to observe in the other areas of radiology such as CT, ultrasound, MRI, nuclear medicine, radiation therapy, and interventional radiology.

Our classroom provides an open and friendly setting that allows students to contribute.

Program Hours and Length

Program hours are Monday through Friday, 8 a.m.–2 p.m.

Practicum 4 (48 weeks into the program) includes an evening (after 5 p.m.) clinical rotation scheduled one day per week until 88 hours have been completed.

The program is approximately 21 months in length, consisting of five consecutive 16-week terms and 43 semester hours. The program has start dates in summer and fall.

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