The Faculty of Muhlenberg Regional Medical Center School
of Radiography coordinates all clinical education.
Clinical rotations are conducted at Muhlenberg Regional Medical
Center, Plainfield, JFK Medical Center, Edison, as well as
other hospitals and several satellite facilities in New Jersey.
Clinical competency is an integral component of the educational
process. The faculty is directly responsible for student assignments
and the faculty closely evaluates the students’ progress
and level of competence.
Prior to being assigned to radiographic areas for the actual
production of diagnostic radiographs on patients the student
will have completed a number of simulated laboratory sessions
with the faculty. These laboratory sessions correspond directly
to what has been taught in the classroom setting.
Adjacent to the classrooms is a non-energized laboratory (non-x-ray
producing) for demonstration, simulation and practice. Laboratory
evaluations are completed by faculty and are incorporated
into the Radiographic Procedures courses. (Practice and
demonstration sessions are also scheduled throughout the semester
and are conducted in the department of radiology).
Students also observe proper use of equipment including magnetic
resonance imaging, radiation therapy, diagnostic medical sonography,
nuclear medicine, computed tomography and mammography at the
School of Radiography graduates have been accepted into schools
offering further study in the above specialties, including
the Muhlenberg Regional Medical Center School of Nuclear Medicine
To receive an admissions packet, contact:
Muhlenberg Regional Medical Center
Schools of Medical Imaging & Therapeutic Sciences
Park Avenue & Randolph Road
Plainfield, NJ 07061