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Medical Radiography

Medical Radiography

If I have previous college coursework, are those credits transferable?

Admissions and records evaluates transcripts to determine transferable credit.

What else should I know about this program?

This program is a full-time program that is time intensive.

What is the work environment like?

Radiographers assist and perform a variety of diagnostic procedures using ionizing radiation to image the human body. Radiographers are not limited to radiology departments.  They also work in emergency rooms, operating rooms, intensive care units, nurseries and patient rooms.

What skills are necessary for this field?

• Oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills.
• Good listening skills and hand dexterity.
• Physical agility, the strength to assist and move non- ambulatory
  patients and the ability to stand for long periods of time.

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Mary Jo
Ohrberg, M.S., R.T. (R)
Interim Program Chair
Assistant Professor
Campus Location: 
Main Campus
Phone: 
901-572-2651
Contact Email: 

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