Prepare, Capture, Gather & Assist

Join the medical team to help uncover health problems that could save lives.

Radiologic Technology

radiologic technology

Radiologic technologists fulfill a crucial part in patient health care. Their main responsibility is to capture images of a patient’s body using diagnostic imaging equipment. This important function assists doctors in diagnosing and treating injury or disease. Technologists create positive patient experiences and often specialize in a particular field. They may use X-ray, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), computer tomography (CT) or mammography, depending on their specialty. 

In our radiologic technology program, you will:

  • Gain competency in clinical procedures such as patient positioning and radiation protection
  • Learn to communicate effectively to meet individual patient needs
  • Participate in clinical experiences at different medical facilities in the region 
  • Prepare to become a licensed radiologic technologist in Illinois

Radiologic Technology Pinning Ceremony

Kishwaukee College's Radiologic Technology Pinning Ceremony recognizes the achievements of students completing the Radiologic Technology Program. Watch the ceremony starting at 6:30 pm Thursday, June 20.

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Health Sciences DivisionP815-825-9354
Alea AkersAcademic
Kristin FinkAcademic
Megan KasigyiRadiologic Technology Program

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