Kristine Sannoo

Five years ago I was in nursing school and ever since I was young, I always wanted to pursue a nursing career and become a NICU nurse. After many challenges and set backs, I decided to make a major life change and switch my career choice to Radiology. As I graduated radiology school recently at Cambridge College of Healthcare & Technology (ATL), one thing that hasn’t changed is my drive and compassion to make a difference in someone’s life. I wanted to choose a careeer where I could still be an important part of a patient’s life. Without imaging in the healthcare field, many diagnoses cannot physically be found. Radiology has taught me that we are not just “button pushers” but simply another essential worker who can provide the same collaborative care as many healthcare providers do. I am so happy to be someone who can share my compassion to an individual in need.

The experience I had at Cambridge was one of a kind. I met not only my educators, but people who truly care about your future. All staff at Atlanta campus are personable and professional. From the front desk to the Dean, this school makes it a duty to set you up for sucess. Not only have I earned a degree here at this school, but I have left with knowing great people who take pride in their role as educators. I truly will miss attneding here.

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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