The Crestwood Medical Center School of Radiology prohibits any form of unlawful discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, disability, status as a Vietnam-era disabled veteran or any other characteristic protected by state, federal or local law.
To perform the duties of a radiologic technologist, applicants should be capable of meeting the following physical requirements*:
*The physical standards are not inclusive of all physical encounters a radiologic technologist might expect. The intent of this list is to make applicants aware that radiologic technology requires a broad array of many physical skills.
If an applicant feels he/she cannot meet one or more of the physical standards, a full written explanation must be included with the application. Reasonable accommodation will be considered.
**Applicants may apply to the program with the understanding that the ARRT requires the 15 credit hours prior to eligibility for the ARRT examination. Graduation from the Crestwood Medical Center School of Radiology does not assure ARRT eligibility.
The Program Director will review all materials and evaluate all applicants. The most qualified applicants may be invited for a personal interview. Ultimate selection will be based on the applicants’ completed folder and a panel interview by the Advisory Committee.
The Advisory Committee will determine the exact number of students that will be selected. Alternates may also be selected. All applicants will be notified if selected, selected as an alternate or not selected.
Incomplete / late applications may not be considered.
*Student selection criteria may be changed at any time in the best interest of the Crestwood Medical Center School of Radiology.
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