The Medical Imaging Program is a JRCERT accredited twenty-three month full-time certificate program with articulations that will assist in obtaining either an Associate or Bachelor degree. The program will prepare you to enter the field of diagnostic medical imaging. A new class begins each May. Classroom activities, laboratory, and clinical activities assist in learning radiography. Patient care, radiation protection, and technical skills are emphasized throughout the curriculum. Classes are conducted on the Lower Bucks Campus and Clinical experiences are varied in location.
Current clinical sites are Grand View Hospital, St. Mary Medical Center, and Aria Healthcare System Hospitals, Lower Bucks Hospital, Abington Lansdale Hospital, Rothman Institute , Tri State Imaging and Doylestown Hospital. You will receive a certificate at the successful completion of the program and will be eligible to sit for the examination given by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists. Upon passing the examination, you can become a registered Radiographer or Radiologic Technologist and may work in a variety of settings: hospitals, clinics, physician’s offices, mobile x-ray companies, public health, and industry.
Visit the Program Information Page to read about Mission and Goals, Education Plan, Clinical Affiliations, Program Effectiveness Outcomes, Tuition and Expenses, Accreditation, and Non-Discriminatory Clause.
For information on all Imaging Programs offered,
Marie Leodore, Director of Medical Imaging Programs,
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