Mission & Goals
The mission of the Mills-Peninsula Health Services School of Diagnostic Imaging is to provide the community with competent and qualified imaging practitioners, who through an outstanding education in the Radiologic Sciences will posses high ethical standards and will deliver excellent service and care with compassion and respect.
The Goals of the Radiologic Technology Program:
- To graduate clinically competent entry-level Radiologic Technologists.
This goal is attained through comprehensive clinical and didactic curricula that prepare the student to successfully perform all diagnostic, fluroscopic and mobile/surgical procedures.
- To develop students who will demonstrate effective communication skills, enabling them to interact efficiently with the entire health care team and the public.
This goal is attained through coursework and clinical rotations including diagnostic, mobile, surgical, and CT imaging that is designed to provide the student with the skills to perform well in all types of clinical settings.
- To develop students’ critical thinking and problem solving skills so they function as competent and active members of the health care team and the public.
This goal is attained through coursework and clinical rotations including diagnostic, mobile, surgical, and CT imaging that is designed to provide the student with skills necessary to perform in all types of clinical settings.
- To instill in the student the importance of professional values and the need for continued education and professional development.
This goal is attained with the guidance of staff radiographers, clinical instructors, radiologists, and other members of the health care team, who stimulate and encourage our students.
- To provide the community with qualified, competent and compassionate imaging practitioners.
This goal is attained through the utilization and review of benchmarks in assessing student learning outcomes, program completion, pass rates in certification exams, employment rates, and employer satisfaction.
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