Marshfield Clinic School of Radiography is a two-year program that results in a certificate in Radiography.
Through over 700 hours of didactic instruction and at least 1,900 clinical hours in multiple departments of Marshfield Clinic and Marshfield Medical Center, the student will be well prepared for a career as a radiographer.
The decision to pursue further schooling or a modality-related career will be an easier decision by the student because of exploration rotations through other imaging modalities like Interventional Radiology, Computerized Tomography, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Sonography and Radiation Therapy.
The multiple options of employment, the challenging technical aspects of the field, and the fulfilling aspect of great patient care are just a few of the many reasons to choose a career in radiography.
Clinical experience at one of the largest private, multispecialty group practice clinics in the United States and a 500+ bed tertiary care teaching facility is why students choose to attend the hospital-based Marshfield Clinic School of Radiography.
Explore the many aspects of our program through the menu links, and contact us if you have any questions or would like more information. We hope to see you soon!
The Marshfield Clinic School of Radiography mission statement is as follows:
To provide learning opportunities to future health care professionals who will demonstrate problem-solving, communication, and critical-thinking skills that will develop the necessary professional values that will lead to life-long learning in the imaging technologies.
Graduates will be clinically competent to assist in continually improving the health and well-being of all people in the community they serve.
The School of Radiography has formal affiliation agreements with
Saint Cloud State University and
University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh. Student selection from these programs will be based on entrance requirements of Marshfield Clinic School of Radiography. Those selected for clinical placement through our affiliated universities have the opportunity to complete the clinical requirements to finish their undergraduate degree.
Marshfield Clinic School of Radiography is accredited by:
The Joint Review on Education in Radiologic Technology
20 North Wacker Drive, Suite 2850
Chicago, IL 600606-3182
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Upon completion of the requirements of the program, students will receive a certificate at a small graduation ceremony. Students may apply for the computer-based registry examination administered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) in their last two semesters of the program.
The title “Registered Technologist, Radiography” is granted to those that pass the examination, as well as the use of the credential R.T.(R).
The School of Radiography does not offer financial aid; however, there are scholarship options throughout the program that are passed along to students by the program director.
Students are recommended to go to
www.fastweb.com to search and apply for scholarships.
School of Radiography faculty are available to serve as student advisers. They can assist you with identification of program requirements, interpretation of procedures, and can assist with any other questions that may arise. Students or advisers may initiate a conference or meeting whenever needed.
The School of Radiography is limited in providing disability accommodations. We can approve and provide reasonable accommodations to ensure fair treatment with documentation of a physician's note.
Accommodations will be determined by School of Radiography staff, and may include a different font size for written assignments and exams, longer time period allotted for test taking, and additional reasonable requests as decided by the program director.
Required abilities and functional attributes are outlined in the Student Handbook.
Counseling services are available for enrolled students based on their affiliate university. More details can be found in the Student Handbook.
Graduation and Beyond
School of Radiography faculty may assist students with resources necessary to sit for the registry examination, seek employment after completion of the program, obtain State of Wisconsin radiographer licensure and receive on-going advice/consultation after graduation.