Danbury Hospital’s School of Radiologic Technology will continue its program for current students until they graduate (through September 2013), but will no longer be accepting applications for new students.
Interested individuals can find a list of accredited programs online at JRCert.org. This web site will provide you with contact information and websites for accredited programs. Go to “accredited schools”, select a state and a type of program (radiography). Choose a degree program or certificate. A certificate program is usually hospital-based or in conjunction with a bachelor’s degree program. An associate’s degree program is typically offered by a community college, and a bachelor degree program at a university.
Radiologic technology offers exciting possibilities for those who are interested in a medical career.
Like physicians and other allied health professionals, radiologic technologists have the challenging and satisfying careers
Radiologic technologists are imaging professionals who use x-rays and other imaging technologies to give radiologists and physicians the information needed to diagnose and treat disease.
They are integral members of the healthcare team, belonging to a profession with constantly expanding horizons. The great technologic advances of the past few decades have made radiologic technology one of the fastest growing fields in medical science.
If you would like to request copies of your transcript, please submit a Transcript Request Form.
The program is accredited by:
Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT)
20 North Wacker Drive
Chicago, IL 60606-3182
For More Information
Danbury Hospital is no longer accepting new student applications for Radiologic Technology. For more information on accredited Radiologic Technology Programs, visit online at jrcert.org.