Hurley Medical Center’s School of Radiologic Technology, located in Flint, Michigan, is a two-year program dedicated to providing the health care community with professional, competent radiographers. Hurley School of Radiologic Technology is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT).
The curriculum and clinical experience are designed to develop the skills necessary to achieve this goal. This is done by providing a classroom education experience as well as valuable clinical experience in a wide range of modalities of radiology.
The School of Radiologic Technology currently has an Articulation Agreement with Mott Community College that will award 32 credits toward an associate’s degree for students who need to receive a degree. Contact information for Mott Community College:
Upon successful completion of the two-year program, the student will be eligible to write the Registry examination given by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists. Successful completion of this examination entitles the student to use the title of R.T. (R), A.R.R.T. and to seek employment within the United States, Canada, Great Britain and Australia.
Fall: September 8 - January 16
Winter: January 17 - May 22
Summer: May 23 - September 4
Clinical Hours: 7am-5:30pm Monday & Wednesday
Didactic Hours: 7:15am-12pm Tuesday & Thursday
Off-Shift Rotation: 11am-9:30pm
Total 2nd shift hours = (average 60 hours)
Clinical Hours: 7am-3:30pm Tuesday/ Thursday/ Friday
Didactic Hours: 7:15am-12pm Monday & Wednesday
Off - Shift Rotation: 11am-7:30pm
Total 2nd shift hours = (average 144 hours)
7am-3:30pm - 8 hours/3 days per week & 8 hours/5 days per week
It is the requirement of the Joint Review Commission in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT) to publish program effectiveness data. This information includes: Registry examination pass/fail rates, job placement rate and program completion rate; along with 5 year averages.
JOB PLACEMENT RATE
GRADUATE AND EMPLOYER SURVEY’S
|YEAR||# GRADUATES ACTIVELY SEEKING EMPLOYMENT||# EMPLOYED||RESULTS|
Job placement rate is defined by the JRCERT as the number of graduates employed in the radiologic sciences compared to the number of graduates actively seeking employment in the radiologic sciences.
Job placement rate within a year of graduation (5 year average, 2012-2016): 30/30 = 100%
PROGRAM COMPLETION RATE
|YEAR||INCOMING STUDENTS||PROGRAM COMPLETION||RESULTS|
Program completion rate is, as defined by the JRCERT, calculated by dividing the number of students who completed the program within a cohort by the number who enrolled in the cohort initially and subsequently. Students who leave or do not graduate on time for any reason, such as medical leave, personal choice, or course failure, are considered as not completing the program with the original cohort.
Program completion rate: (5 year average, 2012-2016): 34/36 = 94.44%
REGISTRY EXAM PASS RATE
DATA REFLECTS JANUARY 1 THROUGH DECEMBER 31 EACH YEAR
|YEAR||INCOMING STUDENTS||PROGRAM COMPLETION||# STUDENTS APPLIED TO WRITE REGISTRY EXAM FOR THE FIRST TIME (numbers may reflect prior graduates)||# STUDENTS TO PASS EXAM ON FIRST ATTEMPT||PERCENTAGE OF STUDENTS PASSING (1ST ATTEMPT)|
Credentialing examination pass rate is defined by the JRCERT as the number of graduates who pass, on the first attempt, the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists certification examination compared to the number of graduates that take the examination.
Exam pass rate (5 year average, 2012-2016): 34/34 = 100%