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HGTC Recognizes Success in Radiologic Technology Program

(Conway, SC) 05/30/2024


Alyssa Holodook Alyssa Holodook (center) participates in the pinning ceremony with Dr. Douglas Gleasman (left), HGTC Chair and Professor of Medical Imaging Sciences, and Dr. Marilyn Murphy Fore (right), HGTC President. 

Rad Tech Pinning 2024

HGTC students celebrate graduating from the Radiologic Technology program at the pinning ceremony in May. 

Horry-Georgetown Technical College (HGTC) is proud to announce the Radiologic Technology graduating cohort of 2024 has achieved an exceptional milestone. The program boasts a 100% first-time pass rate on the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) Registry Examination and a 100% job placement rate for its graduates. This remarkable achievement highlights the dedication and excellence of both HGTC students and faculty.

Dr. Marilyn Murphy Fore, HGTC President, expressed her pride and admiration for the program's success, "This is a momentous accomplishment for our Radiologic Technology program and a testament to the hard work, perseverance, and dedication of our students and faculty. Achieving a 100% pass rate on the ARRT Registry Examination and a perfect job placement rate reflects the high standards and commitment to excellence we uphold at HGTC."

The Associate in Applied Science Degree (AAS) in Radiologic Technology at HGTC prepares students to assist radiologists in performing critical examinations to diagnose fractures or diseases. Students are trained in the precise use of advanced radiographic equipment and ionizing radiation under the supervision of Board-Certified Radiologists and Technologists. The program emphasizes the development of critical-thinking skills, interpersonal skills, and a commitment to lifelong learning.

Dr. Douglas Gleasman, Chair and Professor of the Radiologic Technology program, added, "Our students' success is a direct result of the collaborative efforts of our dedicated faculty, the support of our clinical partners, and the unwavering determination of our students. We are incredibly proud of their achievements and their readiness to enter the workforce as skilled radiologic technologists."

The Radiologic Technology program at HGTC is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT) for eight years and is up for re-accreditation in June 2030. This accreditation underscores our commitment to maintaining the highest educational standards in the field of radiologic technology.

“We extend our heartfelt congratulations to the Radiologic Technology graduating cohort of 2024 and look forward to their continued success in the medical imaging field. This level of excellence is a true team effort and would not be possible without the understanding, guidance, and support of everyone involved,” said Ann Daniels, HGTC Assistant Vice President and Dean. 

For more information about the Radiologic Technology program at HGTC, please contact Dr. Douglas Gleasman, HGTC Chair and Professor of Medical Imaging Sciences, at douglas.gleasman@hgtc.edu or (843) 839-1149