Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare – St. Joseph School of Radiologic Technology
The Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare St. Joseph School of Radiologic Technology is dedicated to educating and developing students to their individual potentials so they may perform cognitively, technically, effectively, and with problem-solving skills necessary to practice as a competent radiographer with confidence and personal satisfaction.
- The graduate will posses didactic and clinical knowledge necessary to achieve entry- level competency in radiologic technology.
- The graduate will communicate effectively and professionally in the medical environment and function as a team member in the radiology department.
- The graduate will possess the critical thinking, film critiquing and problem solving skills necessary to act appropriately in non-routine and emergency situations.
- The students will participate in professional development and continuing education to promote lifelong learning.
Froedtert Memorial Lutheran Hospital
The School of Radiologic Technology provides a high quality academic and clinical education that will prepare medical imaging practitioners to be:
- Critical thinkers.
- Ethical individuals.
- Technically competent.
- Compassionate and empathetic.
- Dedicated to the radiologic sciences.
- Committed to professional growth and lifelong learning.
In support of the mission and with quality improvement as our basis:
- The graduate will possess the didactic and clinical knowledge of the principles of radiation protection in order to limit radiation exposure to themselves, patients and the general public.
- The graduate will apply the knowledge of anatomy, positioning, and radiographic technique to produce high quality radiographic images.
- The graduate will be able to evaluate radiographic images for proper technique, positioning and technical quality.
- The graduates will abide by moral, legal and professional ethics.
- The graduates will provide basic nursing and patient care during radiologic procedures.
- The graduate will be able to problem solve and independently utilize critical thinking skills to effectively participate in the health care environment.