Medical Imaging majors

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Our program prepares the student to become a registered medical radiographer.

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Employment of radiographers is expected to grow by 28% through 2020, faster than the average for all occupations. (source)

Penn College graduate and
part-time staff MRI Technologist, Gettysburg Hospital, while continuing his educationMRI has sparked a curiosity which I have yet to satisfy. It has helped me realize what medicine is and what it can be. Most importantly, my MRI training has helped me understand my patients and their needs

Eric Danz, Penn College graduate
Part-time staff MRI Technologist, Gettysburg Hospital, while continuing his education

Choose a degree
Bachelor of Science (B.S.)

Applied Health Studies: Radiography Concentration

  • expanding current clinical role
  • health care practitioner
  • management, administration, or education
  • this program may also be used as a route of preparation for master's level studies

Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.)

Radiography

  • radiographer

Certificate

Magnetic Resonance Imaging New major

  • MRI technologist

Facility Photos

Radiography students prepare portable x-ray unit for a chest  radiograph on an Emergency Room patient. Radiography student positions patient for examination. Radiography student receives verbal report from radiologist. Radiography student prepares sterile tray for an invasive radiographic study with assistance from staff radiographer. Radiologist prepares patient for shoulder arthrogram while student operates fluoroscopic equipment. Radiologist, sadiography student and staff radiographer view fluoroscopic monitor while injecting contrast media into shoulder joint to complete arthrogram study. Radiography students position patient for a chest radiograph. A staff radiographer (far right) reviews the chest images with students. Radiologist reviews images with a radiography student. Two radiography students review anatomy and positioning of the wrist. CT Scans of the skull and brain provide the physician with vital information for proper neurological diagnosis. A former graduate at Children's Hospital in Philadelphia, PA. standing next to only one of three pediatric MRI scanners in the world that have been developed especially for imaging children. A former graduate prepares an MRI scan protocol for a pediatric patient. An anterior posterior abdomen radiograph demonstrating a diseased gall bladder filled with stones. Myopic radiographic skeleton used to help students prepare for positioning of phantom patient in the on-campus x ray laboratory. Radiography student setting x ray exposure technique in a general radiographic room at Evangelical Community Hospital's radiology department. A faculty member demonstrating radiographic positioning on a humanoid phantom in the on-campus laboratory.

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