Ayah Ali

As a student in the radiologic technology program at Cambridge College of Healthcare and Technology, I have learned and grown academically and as a person. Going into this school I had minimum experience in the medical field and was very nervous to be in a new environment. Despite my inexperience, all the instructors fully prepared me and explained the content thoroughly. Being a small class was also an advantage because there is a lot of one on one learning which allows the instructors to help each student with their struggles individually. Although I learned a lot in class, attending clinicals was where I fully learned and increased my skills in X-ray. Based off of the clinical sights that I been to, I learned that you have to take it upon yourself to be active and inform yourself. No one will motivate you and push you to get involved. Once the technologists see that you’re dedicated and ready to learn, they are more than willing to teach and answer any questions you have. I have worked with many technologists that explain each procedure and are patient with me. Going into clinical, I wasn’t as vocal and confident as I am now. I have truly grown over my time at Cambridge.

Radiologic Technology

In just two years, you can be fully trained to work in a healthcare facility as a professional Radiologic Technologist. The Radiologic Technology program at Cambridge College of Healthcare & Technology and Cambridge Institute of Allied Health & Technology trains students with a carefully planned didactic and clinical education experience, enabling students to become competent, entry-level Radiography professionals upon graduation. Clinical competency requirements have been developed in accordance with ARRT (American Registry of Radiologic Technologists) guidelines.

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