Registry in Radiologic Technology ( ARRT) Radiography;
Radiologic Technologists ( MSRT)
Bachelor of Science, Mount Marty
Associate of Arts,
Aberdeen, South Dakota, August 2003 – Present
Coordinator/Clinical Instructor/Didactic Instructor
This is a
baccalaureate program in Radiography; my position is a
9-month contract with clinical instruction at the hospital
and participating clinics in Aberdeen;
I coordinate a distant clinical
site located in Fairmont and
Duties include clinical and
didactic instruction (utilizing Web CT for some
courses) reviewing competencies, maintaining student
records; i.e. advising files, attendance, disciplinary;
1, 2003 – June 30, 2003
Supervision of the Diagnostic
Management of daily activities,
budget maintenance and preparation, personnel evaluations,
monthly departmental meetings, physician, patient, staff
quality improvement projects,
directly reporting to the Radiologists and CEO; and working
as a staff R.T. as needed.
Hospital: Missoula, Montana, June 1989 -
Hospital: Mitchell, South Dakota, August
1983 – June 1989
Clinical Coordinator/ Didactic
Teaching Responsibilities for both
facilities listed above in the role of Program Director/ Clinical Instructor/Didactic Instructor:
and maintain a master plan of education to be used in the
organization, delivery, and evaluation of the educational
program on criteria established in the JRCERT Essentials of
classroom instruction and demonstrations of all courses in a
curriculum. Responsible for recruitment of student radiographers,
clinical instruction/supervision, counseling, financial aid
director, and Radiology department in-service/ educational
coordinator for staff technologists.
Accomplished an eight (8) year accreditation two
years prior to school closing in July 2003 (
Hospital). ARRT Pass rate for all students in my history as Program Director, (Montana and South Dakota)
St. Luke Community Hospital: Ronan, Montana 1990-1995
St. Joseph Hospital: Polson, Montana 1990-1991
Solitary weekend coverage for
Included diagnostic and trauma
coverage for the weekend. Scheduled shift:
Friday 5:00 PM through Monday
I worked as an on-call
technologist on the weekends
and then was Program Director
during the week at St.
Hospital in Missoula,
Mitchell, South Dakota, January 9, 1980 – August 20,
diagnostic radiographic procedures with some special
Responsible for supervision of
department in Chief Technologist’s absence.
Supervision of x-ray students
and responsible for teaching in the clinical area.
Assisted with the Quality
Position included on-call
Chief Radiologic Technologist
July 1979 - December 1979
October 1977 -
Duties of a staff R.T.,
performing routine/trauma radiographic procedures with some
special procedures including on-call duty.
Assisted Chief R.T. in
Supervised x-ray students in the
from staff to chief technologist .
Direct supervision of the
Radiology Department with administrative duties.
Mitchell, South Dakota
Supervision and clinical
instruction of Radiology students.
Certified Emergency Technician of Indiana
Clay County Hospital,
Employed as an EMT for the
ambulance service for the hospital until the service moved
to a different location in the city.
1978-80, 1983-87, 1991-93
Clay County Hospital, Brazil,
and St. Joseph Hospital,
schedule for Presentation College from
Fall 2003 -
Clinical I –
Procedures I –IV
Intro to Quality Improvement
Imaging & Equipment
Radiation Protection &
Technician Curriculum and Yearly Continuing Educational
Limited Permit class once a year which followed the Montana proposed curriculum for the Limited
Permit X-ray Technician Training. This curriculum was an
88-hour lesson plan. The curriculum was presented
lecture material and hands on
instruction in Patient Care,
Radiation Protection , Physics,
and Radiographic Exposure and Technique.
Students learned basic
projections of the Chest, Abdomen, Skull, Upper and
Extremities and Spine and Pelvis.
performed this class for four years in the early 1990’s.
Workshops yearly after.
Speaker and organizer
of full day workshops for Limited Permit Holders/Technicians
in the State of Montana at
3 or 4 sites/ year presenting a
curriculum meeting the continuing educational
requirements for the Limited
Workshops involve lecture
material, handouts, radiographic demonstrations and class
participation through hands-on
practice in positioning radiographic projections.
I have been sponsoring these
Nurse’s Guide to
P. Liechti and M. Montgomery,
Health and Allied Science Publishers
Professional License & Certification
( American Registry of
State of Montana License # 907
MSRT ( Montana Society of
1989 – Present
( Rockies Educational Society