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4021 Avenue B
Scottsbluff, NE 69361
United States
308-630-1155

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Radiologic technologists are healthcare professionals who perform medical imaging. They are educated in topics from anatomy to physics, patient positioning to radiation safety. The patient is always their focus. Our local program uses hands-on learning to teach you how to become a radiologic technologist in just two years. Scholarships are available and there is no application fee. Some prerequisite classes are required before admission into the program.

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Program Mission, Goals, and Student Learning Outcomes

Regional West Medical Center School of Radiologic Technology Mission

Through our education and clinical experience at Regional West Medical Center School of Radiologic Technology, we emphasize the importance of effective communication, providing superior patient care and becoming competent health care professionals.

Program Goals

The hospital-based program is the only radiographer education program in Western Nebraska. Students are taught procedures that enable graduate technologists to perform in a small community hospital or in a large metropolitan medical center. In each instance, the graduate is able to perform at a high level of excellence.

Goal #1
The student, upon graduation, will demonstrate skills necessary to perform as an entry level technologist.

Student Learning Outcomes

  • The student will comprehend and apply the principles of ALARA for patients and others.

  • The student will demonstrate knowledge of anatomy and pathology.

  • The student will consistently demonstrate quality patient care skills.

  • The student will consistently operate the radiographic equipment to optimize the quality of images produced.

Goal #2
The student, upon graduation, will demonstrate critical thinking and problem solving skills.

Student Learning Outcomes

  • The student will demonstrate appropriate critical thinking and problem solving skills in modifying patient care because of the patient’s condition.

  • The student will demonstrate appropriate critical thinking and problem solving skills in performing radiographic procedures.

Goal #3
The student, upon graduation, will demonstrate effective communication skills.

Student Learning Outcome

  • The student will use appropriate oral communication with patients, peers and medical staff.
  • The student will accurately read and exhibit active listening to understand and comprehend presented information.

Goal #4
The student, upon graduation, will demonstrate attitudes and actions that promote the professional attributes of a radiographer.

Student Learning Outcome

  • The student will investigate opportunities for professional growth.
  • The student will demonstrate appropriate professional and ethical attributes.
  • The student will demonstrate professional and community involvement.
  • The Program is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT).

Program Effectiveness Data

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Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology

Regional West Medical Center School of Radiologic Technology was awarded an eight year accreditation in May of 2018 by the Joint Review  Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology.

The Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT) is the accrediting agency for many radiography programs. The JRCERT Standards assure that a program accredited by the JRCERT maintains a high quality in education for the students as well as protecting the student and public from unwarranted or unsafe policies or practices.  

To contact the JRCERT committee on Education in Radiologic Technology:

JRCERT
20 N. Wacker Drive
Suite 2850
Chicago, IL 60606
312.704.5300
FAX: 312.704.5304
mail@jrcert.org
www.jrcert.org

State of Nebraska

Regional West Medical Center School of Radiologic Technology is accredited by the State of Nebraska under provisions of sections 85-1617 through 85-1621, Revised Statutes of Nebraska. The program is authorized to operate by the Nebraska Commissioner of Education under the provisions of Nebraska Revised Statutes, Sections 85-1601 through 85-1658 by the State of Nebraska Department of Education. A student with a complaint about the performance of the program may contact the program director of Private Postsecondary Career Schools at the Nebraska Department of Education.

Program Director of Private Postsecondary Career Schools
Nebraska Department of Education
PO Box 94987
Lincoln, NE 68509
402-471-4825

For more information and an application for the program, contact:

School of Radiologic Technology
Regional West Medical Center
4021 Avenue B 
Scottsbluff, NE 69361
308-630-1155
RadiologySchool@rwhs.org

The application deadline is the first business day of February. There is no aplication fee.