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Radiologic Technologist Program:
School Mission: (10 June 2008):
We are committed to the community, the student, and the potential radiographer. We will provide the means to prepare students to become entry-level professionals in the field. We will provide the community with well-educated, fully competent, highly motivated medical imaging professionals. We will further attempt to instill the desire for continued professional growth and lifelong learning, the ability to work within a team environment, and the tools with which to venture beyond and chose to become dynamic members of the team or leaders in the field of medical imaging.
We will strive to develop professionals by fostering an environment of academic and clinical excellence and diversity. To facilitate a continued development of personal and professional goals we believe that the student must build upon a broad academic foundation of knowledge, skills, and abilities. Foremost we will foster a global knowledge base and promote the development of strong communication skills, creativity, self-direction, critical thinking, and commitment to life-long learning. Beyond this we will provide students with the technical education to safely and competently perform radiologic procedures and respond to the needs of patients with competence and compassion.
In fulfillment of our mission we nurture strong affiliations with the local San Joaquin Delta Community College as a source for all non-major supplementary and supporting coursework and with Clinical facilities housing state of the art modalities, digital imaging, and PACS.
To be considered for selection, please download and read the entire Prerequisite Verification Form (PVF) packet.
The PVF and supporting documents must be completed and submitted to the school office between
Wednesday, January 1, 2014
Send all materials at one time in a single packet before February 14. Packets must be received in the School office by the cutoff date.
Verification packets received after the February 14 deadline will not be accepted. Nor will supporting documentation be considered after this deadline date.
Radio Technologist Program
|John Job, Program Director||
Phone: (209) 468-6233 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
San Joaquin General Hospital
School of Radiologic Technology
P.O. Box 1020
Stockton, CA 95201
San Joaquin Delta College