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Cleveland Clinic School of Diagnostic Imaging

Euclid Hospital Health Center 

Room 306

18901 Lakeshore Blvd. Euclid, OH 44119  

 

For more information contact Gloria Albrecht, MS, RT(R)

216-692-7512 [email protected] or fill out the on-line contact form.

Computed Tomography & Magnetic Resonance Imaging

Computed tomography (CT) technologists operate advanced imaging equipment to obtain computer generated sectional images of the human body. CT technologists must be able to provide quality patient care while working closely with the radiologist in a fast-paced, high volume area.

Students enrolled in the Computed Tomography program will complete the following courses: Introduction to Computed Tomography (a prerequisite to the clinical experience), Cross Sectional Anatomy & Pathology, and CT Physics. In addition, the student will complete a clinical education experience that will be done at two approved sites where they will obtain the required clinical competencies for Computed Tomography. Upon completion of coursework, clinical education and required competencies, the student will be awarded a certificate of completion and will be eligible to take the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) Computed Tomography (CT) post-primary certification exam.

To practice in the state of Ohio as a Computed Tomography (CT) technologist you must be  registered as a radiographer by the ARRT and carry a radiologic license from the Ohio Department of Health.  Many hospitals and imaging centers are now requiring their CT technologists be registered in CT by the ARRT.  

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) technologists are highly skilled professionals who use powerful magnets to obtain detailed images of the various structures in the human body. MRI technologists must have the ability to interact effectively with physicians and compassionately with their patients.

Students enrolled in the Magnetic Resonance Imaging program will complete the following courses: Introduction to Magnetic Resonance Imaging (a prerequisite to the clinical experience), Cross Sectional Anatomy & Pathology, and MRI Physics. In addition, the student will complete a clinical education experience that will be done at two approved sites where they will obtain the required clinical competencies for Magnetic Resonance Imaging. Upon completion of coursework, clinical education and required competencies, the student will be awarded a certificate of completion and will be eligible to take the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) post-primary certification exam.

         

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