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RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY

Welcome to Lakeland Community College's department of radiologic technology. The mission of the radiologic technology program is to educate and prepare competent entry-level radiographers with the skills necessary to effectively deliver quality care to patients with diverse health needs.

The radiologic technology program prepares competent entry-level radiographers who work under the supervision of qualified radiologists or physicians, perform imaging examinations, process radiographic films, evaluate radiographic equipment, manage quality assurance, provide patient education relevant to specific imaging procedures, and apply radiation protection principles to patients, self, and others. Most radiographers work in hospitals. Many, however, find employment in specialized imaging centers, urgent care clinics, private physician offices, industry, and civil service/public health centers.

The radiologic technology program is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology. Graduates are eligible to apply for examination by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists.

 


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