Dr. Earl D. Smith School of Radiologic Technology
YOUR CAREER IN RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY
The field of radiologic technology blends the critical art of caring for people with the exacting science of specialized medical testing.
The School of Radiologic Technology at Arnot Ogden Medical Center offers you a high-quality educational program in preparation for your future professional career in radiologic technology.
In some health care professions, you have to choose between working with people and working with advanced scientific equipment. Radiologic technologists blend both qualities.
A CHALLENGING OPPORTUNITY
Arnot Ogden Medical Centerís School of Radiologic Technology is a reputable radiologic technology school that teaches every student to be competent, based on a solid education. Instructors provide a strong basic education in a stimulating environment that prepares students for a professional career and further education.
The radiographer contributes a special talent to the health care team. You'll conduct essential tests that assist in diagnosis and treatment. You'll assist physicians by using advanced applications of radiant energy to examine your patient for broken bones, ulcers and tumors. Radiologic technology is a responsible and rewarding profession.
You'll learn to understand state-of-the-art equipment and how to obtain images quickly and safely. At the same time, you'll experience the feelings of the child in pain or the adult who's anxious about what the image will reveal. In short, you'll experience compassion and technology working together to help people.
Radiologic technology draws from knowledge of many fields. As a student, you'll study anatomy, physiology, and psychology. You'll learn the skills of patient care, critical thinking and communication.
It's not an easy task. But if you'd like a rewarding career in a growing field with exciting new technology and employment opportunities around the world ... radiologic technology may be the profession for you.
An information pack, including application, can be downloaded above or you can contact Ronald Woodard, Director, School of Radiologic Techonology, at 607-737-4289 or by email at