SRTC Rad Tech Students Honored Award Ceremony

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Pictured left to right: Bottom Row – Mallorie Johnson, Melisa Rodriguez, Tony Hernandez Second Row – Kaylee Ezell, Hannah Hinesley, Nelson Miller Third Row – Ellicia Stephens, Kayla Labbe, Ashley Montgomery, Kelsey Drabenstot Top Row – Georgia Snyder, Kristian Morey, Amanda Brown

On Tuesday, December 5th, Southern Regional Technical College (SRTC) honored its Radiologic Technology students in an award ceremony.

Thirteen students were recognized at the awards ceremony and received pins to mark the completion of their program requirements: Amanda Brown, Ashley Montgomery, Ellicia Stephens, Georgia Snyder, Hannah Hinesley, Kayla Labbe, Kaylee Ezell, Kelsey Drabenstot, Kristian Morey, Mallorie Johnson, Melisa Rodriguez, Nelson Miller, and Tony Hernandez.

At the ceremony, the following awards were given: Werner W. Waldron Outstanding Radiology Student – Hannah Hinesley, Outstanding Academic Achievement Award – Hannah Hinesley, Outstanding Clinical Radiology Achievement Award – Tony Hernandez, and the RTI Medical Systems Outstanding Student Award – Ashley Montgomery. Ashley was also awarded a plaque and $100 to help cover registry costs.

In the coming weeks, seniors will sit for the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) exam, and pending passage will be ready for careers as radiographers. These seniors, who have now finished up all of their coursework, will walk in SRTC’s next commencement ceremony which will be held on December 14th.

“Over the course of their time in the program this group of students has continually shown they are capable of achieving greatness. These individuals proved their willingness to succeed in the face of didactic and clinical rigor. I wish them the best and know they will be successful as they begin their careers in Radiologic Technology,” commented Matthew Nolan, Radiologic Technology Program Director for SRTC.

The Radiologic Technology clinical affiliate sites for this graduating class were Archbold Medical Center, Archbold Imaging Center, Grady General Hospital, Mitchell County Hospital, Memorial Hospital and Manor, Radiology Associates of Tallahassee, and Tallahassee Memorial Healthcare.

Special recognition was also given to clinical instructors from each participating clinical affiliate. Those were: Courtney Loftis, RT(R) from Archbold Medical Center, Kathleen Cox, RT(R) from Mitchell County Hospital, Ross Daniels, RT(R) from Radiology Associates of Tallahassee, Shalon McLaughlin, RT(R) from Grady General Hospital, Connie Marchant, RT(R) from Archbold Medical Center, Courtney Payne, RT(R) from Tallahassee Memorial Healthcare, and Robbie Phillips, RT(R), from Memorial Hospital and Manor.

The Radiologic Technology Associate of Applied Science Degree Program is a sequence of courses that prepares students for positions in radiology departments and related businesses and industries. The Program emphasizes a combination of didactic and clinical instruction necessary for successful employment. Program graduates receive an associate of applied science degree, have the qualifications of a radiographer, and are eligible to sit for a national certification examination for radiographers. This program can be completed in five semesters.

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