College Profile: Saint Elizabeth College of Nursing
St. Elizabeth Medical Center School of Radiography is committed to providing excellence in academic and clinical education in the art and science of Radiologic Technology. Our mission is to prepare and guide our students by providing the knowledge, clinical skills and critical thinking that will foster competent and compassionate patient care.
The School of Radiologic Technology at St. Elizabeth Medical Center was originally established in 1945. With the support and guidance of the Sisters of St. Francis, the education of radiologic technologists became a formalized program in 1964. Successful completion of this program will lead to a certification in radiologic technology and eligibility to take the National licensing examination.
The faculty of the School of Radiologic Technology believes that the desire to learn is coupled with realistic goals, and is fundamental to the successful preparation for a career in Radiologic Technology.
The school offers students academic courses that will provide knowledge and technical skills in radiology, along with ample opportunity for direct student participation in the practical application of such skills. This is done without regard to race, color, religion, gender, age, disability or national origin.
The school endeavors to create a learning environment to foster the development of standards and values required of professionals in the health care field. A personal commitment to dedication and sacrifice with knowledge of one's self for the provision of compassion, patience and understanding toward those whom they serve.
The school will strive to develop the student's career with the aid of academic knowledge and technical skills. The students must also be committed to diligent application of the same to fully achieve their goal.
The school requires each student to complete 1,130 theory clock hours of instruction, maintaining a minimum average of 85% to be considered eligible for graduation. Classes are held five days per week.
St. Elizabeth's School of Diagnostic Radiography offers a wide range of clinical experiences -- in the Clinical Lab and in the Medical Center. Students are rotated on a regular basis throughout the six diagnostic suites in the Department of Radiology, and are allowed ample time in surgery, special radiographic procedures, cystoscopy, tomography, computerized axial tomography, mobile and darkroom areas. The students are supervised on a 1:1 ratio in all phases of routine, specialized and emergency clinical functions. Other clinical sites include Marian Medical Imaging, St. Elizabeth Family Practice, and Rome Memorial Hospital, Mohawk Correctional Facility.
A large classroom, Clinical Lab, a Computer Room and a School Library are available to the students for their studying purposes. Students also have free access to the Medical Staff Library, the College of Nursing Library as well as the general libraries at the State University of New York at the Utica/Rome Campuses, Utica College of Syracuse University, Mohawk Valley Community College and Herkimer County Community College.
2215 Genesee Street
315-798-8206 (financial aid)
St. Elizabeth Medical Center School of Radiography is committed to providing excellence in academic and clinical education in the art and science of Radiologic Technology.
Our mission is to prepare and guide our students by providing the knowledge, clinical skills, and critical thinking that will foster competent and compassionate patient care.
||Private not-for-profit, 2-year|
|Title IV Eligibility
||Participates in Title IV federal financial aid programs|
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||Employment services for students||No
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||On-campus day care for students' children||
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||ROTC: Air Force||
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|Open admission policy
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||Less than one year certificate||No
||One but less than two years certificate|
||Two but less than 4 years certificate|
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