The Radiologic Technology associate degree program provides learning opportunities to develop academic, technical, and professional knowledge and skills required for job acquisition and retention. The RT provides direct patient care and is responsible for accurately positioning patients and ensuring that a quality diagnostic image is produced. The program emphasizes a combination of didactic and clinical instruction necessary to become a Radiographer. In order to begin the clinical requirements, students must complete tuberculosis skin test, supply proof of immunization, undergo a background check, and submit to a drug screen test. While most clinical assignments are done between 7 a.m. and 4 p.m., up to six weeks of clinical will be 2 p.m. to 10 p.m. All clinical assignments are within a 30 mile radius of the college.
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View our 2015-2016 course catalog and check out these offerings:
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Computed Tomography Clinical Specialist
Magnetic Resonance Imaging Specialist
Healthcare Science – Pre-Radiologic Technology
There are no diplomas available for this program.
Sally KnabProgram Director Radiologic TechnologySKnab@gwinnetttech.eduext 6479Chris KowtkoClinical Coordinator Radiologic TechnologyCKowtko@gwinnetttech.eduext 6696Don SummersClinical Coordinator678-226-6757
Radiologic technologists can become employed with general hospitals, veterans administration hospitals, medical laboratories, physicians and clinics, federal and state health agencies
Imaging Sciences Advisory Committee
Patrick Gilligan, MBA, R.T.
Tracy Wilkinson, R.T. (R)
Amandalena Rowe, R.T.(R)(M)
Terri Elliott, R.T.(R)(CT)
Marie Coker, R.T,(R)(T)
Aileen Walker, R.T.
Portia Dennis, R.T.
Valerie Rogers, R.T.
Nandita Mishra, R.T.
Christian Blevins, R.T.
Jamie Dennis, R.T.
Sally Knab, R.T.
Chris Kowtko R.T.
Don Summers, R.T.