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Ultrasound, MRI Courses for Professionals to Be Offered at College


Pennsylvania College of Technology will offer one-day ultrasound registry review courses and a two-day magnetic resonance imaging course for medical professionals in June and July.

All of the courses, which will be offered on the main campus in Williamsport, have been approved for Continuing Education Credits by the Society of Diagnostic Medical Sonographers and the American Society of Radiological Technologists.

The ultrasound courses may be taken for continuing professional education through the College’s Technology Transfer Center and are designed to prepare students for ultrasound board examinations.

The magnetic resonance imaging course is designed for radiographers interested in learning more about the physics and instrumentation of MRI.

  • On June 21 and 28, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., the College will offer “Magnetic Resonance Imaging for Radiographers.” The cost for this 12-credit course is $150.
  • On Saturday, July 19, from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m., the College will offer “Abdominal Review.” The cost for this eight-credit course is $100.
  • On Sunday, July 20, from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m., the College will offer “OB/GYN Review.” The cost for this eight-credit course is $100.
  • On Saturday, July 26, from 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., the College will offer “Physics Review.” The cost for this eight-credit course is $100.

Penn College has purchased a GE Logiq 700 Expert Ultrasound unit for use in the program.

State-of-the-art classroom and laboratory experiences are provided. For registration information, call the Technology Transfer Center at (570) 327-4775, or send e-mail.

To find out if you are eligible for the courses, call Robert Slothus, director of radiography at Penn College, at (570) 320-8007, or send e-mail.

Additional information is available online.

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