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To be eligible for graduation, the student must successfully complete the following:

 

  • Patient Care requirements (CPR, vital signs, sterile technique, venipuncture, patient transfers, care of patient medical equipment).
  • Terminal Competencies/Evaluation (average score of 2)
  • Required Clinical Competencies (>85% average)
  • Clinical courses with an accumulative of 85% or better
  • Clinical rotations and objectives
  • Program completion requirements
  • Didactic objectives with an accumulative GPA of 2.0 or better
  • Minimum number of clock hours
  • Required program evaluations

 

A student who has not completed all graduation requirements of the school by graduation date will not be confirmed to take their ARRT certification exam.  The student may be offered the option to complete needed requirements, if applicable.  Once the student has satisfactorily completed the program’s requirements, the ARRT will be notified of their eligibility.  If the student has not completed graduation requirements in a satisfactory time frame, they will be dismissed from the program.

The school is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology.  Any individual associated with the program has the right to submit allegations if there is reason to believe that the program has acted contrary to JRCERT accreditation standards and/or JRCERT polices.  Additionally, an individual has the right to submit allegations against the program if he/she believes that conditions at the program appear to jeopardize the quality of instruction or the general welfare of its students.

 

JRCERT
20 N. Wacker Drive, Suite 2850
Chicago, IL  60606-3182
Phone (312)704-5300
[email protected]

 

Current Accreditation Award:       8 Years
Next Scheduled Review:               02/01/2027

 

Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology: http://jrcert.org/

Program Details: https://portal.jrcertaccreditation.org/accredited-educational-programs/details/90ee6644-3a22-4495-9770-cdb7490cac99  

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The rotation through the various clinical areas of the Medical Center has been designed to provide the student with optimum exposure to the required as well as optional vocational fields available to them through this Program.  All students are given equitable opportunities to perform procedures incorporated in the clinical curriculum. 

 

Students will be assigned to radiographic rooms in the Imaging Services Department on a rotational basis.  The student to staff ratio will be 1:1. Room assignments will be noted on the schedules and also on the staff assignment list located in the work area by the charge tech area.

 

Students will be assigned to transport patients during initial rotations as means of evaluating student/ patient rapport and to observe patient clinical status and transportation safety.

 

Student performance during scheduled rotations will be evaluated by the supervisors, staff technologists, staff radiologists, and clinical instructors in a written evaluation form.

 

During the second year of training, the student will be assigned to clinical rotation in Operating room, CT Scanner, Ultrasound, MRI, Cardiac Cath Lab (optional), Interventional Radiography (optional), Radiation Therapy (optional), Nuclear Medicine (optional), Spine Center, Mammography (optional),and GI Lab (optional).  Operating room and CT rotations will be ongoing through the entire senior year.

 

CPR classes will be scheduled for all students during the week of orientation.

 

While on clinical rotation in the Imaging Services Department, the student will also be assigned to the office and file room for a period of one to two weeks to successively complete the rotational objectives for those areas.  The student will assist with any duties as determined by the clinical instructor/supervisor on duty to complete all necessary objectives.

2022

July      

              11th                     Junior Students begin

              13th                       Senior Students last day

              15th                       Graduation Ceremony

 

August              

              1st                      Didactic Semester I and III begin

 

September      

              5th                       Labor Day Holiday- School closed

              6th – 9th          Labor Day break- No Classes; Clinical Assignments only

 

October            

              14th                     Mid Semester I and III

 

November       

              21st –25th         Thanksgiving break- No Classes; Clinical Assignments only

              24th                     Thanksgiving Holiday- School closed

 

December

              12th – 16th         Finals week

              16th                     End Didactic Semester I and III

              19th – 23rd         Christmas break- No Classes; Clinical Assignments only

              26th                     Christmas Holiday Observed - School closed

              27th – 30th           New Year’s break- No Classes; Clinical Assignments only

             

2023

January

              2nd                        New Year’s Holiday Observed - School closed

              3rd – 6th              New Year’s break- No Classes; Clinical Assignments only

              9th                     Didactic Semester II and IV begin

 

March

              10th                     Mid Semester II and IV

              13th – 17th         Spring Class Break- No Classes; Clinical Assignments only

 

May

              22nd – 26th         Finals Week

              26th                     End Didactic Semester II and IV

             29th                     Memorial Day Holiday- School closed

 

July      

              10th                     Junior Students orientation - Tentative

              11th                     Senior Students last day

              14th                     Graduation Ceremony - Tentative

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Mercy Hospital St. Louis School of Radiologic Technology has established affiliations with several academic institutions to enable students to pursue an associate’s or a baccalaureate degree.

 

University of Central Missouri- Bachelor’s degree completion program

Missouri State University- Bachelor’s degree completion program

Missouri Baptist University- associate’s degree completion program

 

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