Co-Directors: Eric Hall and Kenneth Kinsey
The medical imaging program at Rhode Island College is a joint program in conjunction with the Rhode Island Hospital School of Diagnostic Imaging. It is a comprehensive four-year program consisting of General Education and cognate courses at Rhode Island College followed by clinical education courses at the School of Diagnostic Imaging.
Clinical education courses are held at Rhode Island Hospital, Hasbro Children’s Hospital, University of Orthopedics, The Miriam Hospital, and Rhode Island Medical Imaging. Students who successfully complete the program are eligible to take the appropriate national certification examination.
Students accepted into a medical imaging clinical program are responsible for obtaining certification in cardiopulmonary resuscitation (basic life support for the health care provider) prior to enrolling in clinical courses.
Students must consult with their assigned advisor before they will be able to register for courses.