School of Radiologic Technology

Our Mission

The DMC Sinai-Grace School of Radiologic Technology is committed to the education and development of radiology students so they may fully participate in the highest quality healthcare services in a caring and efficient manner.

The education provided prepares the student to enter the job market in diagnostic imaging. The program will also instill lifelong learning values and assist them in achieving their personal and professional goals.

Our Goals

DMC Sinai-Grace Hospital School of Radiologic Technology serves the radiographic community and its students by reaching and maintaining the following goals:

Students/Graduates will be clinically competent.

Student learning outcomes:

  • Will be able to perform quality radiographic exams
  • Will use proper radiation safety
  • Will clinically provide patients with personalized care and comfort

Students/Graduates will use critical thinking skills.

Student learning outcomes:

  • Will be able to recognize a patient in an emergency and implement treatment
  • Will be able to evaluate images for quality
  • Will perform exams on non-routine studies

Students/Graduates will communicate effectively.

Student learning outcomes:

  • Will be able to speak professionally, respectfully, and knowledgeably to physicians, patients, and staff
  • Will be able to communicate knowledgeably while respecting patient confidentiality and privacy

Students/Graduates will evaluate the importance of professional growth.

Student learning outcomes:

  • Will demonstrate professionalism in the clinical setting
  • Will demonstrate professional decision making in the didactic setting
  • Will demonstrate their knowledge and the need for life-long learning/professional growth within the field of radiology

Program Overview

The DMC Sinai-Grace Hospital School of Radiologic Technology is a two-year, self-contained program, including both didactic and clinical education. The goal of the curriculum is to provide a unified, correlated sequence of instruction and experience to prepare the student to meet the objectives and become a caring, efficient and capable Radiologic Technologist.

The Department of Radiology serves in-patients, out-patients, and emergency patients. Radiology services include general radiography, fluoroscopy, CT, MRI, interventional radiology, ultrasound, and nuclear medicine. Mammography and orthopedic radiology services are located in the Sinai-Grace Professional Office Building. Additional radiographic equipment is utilized in the surgical suite, endoscopy, ED Trauma room and at the patient's bedside.

The Sinai-Grace Department of Radiology performs more than 152,000 examinations each year in a variety of procedure areas. More than 67,000 procedures are performed for the Emergency Department yearly. The nature and frequency of examinations performed in the hospital provide radiology students with an excellent educational experience. The school also provides additional training at DMC Children's Hospital of Michigan.

The Sinai-Grace Hospital School of Radiologic Technology Program is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education of Radiologic Technology:

20 N. Wacker Drive, Suite # 2850, Chicago, Illinois 60606-3182
Phone: (312) 704-5300
Email: [email protected]

The program’s current award is 8 years. General program accreditation information can be found and the current award letter can be found at: https://www.jrcert.org/programs/dmc-sinai-grace-hospital/

To learn more about Sinai-Grace's School of Radiologic Technology: call (313) 966-6866 or 313-966-6844, or email Liz Oras, Program Director, at [email protected] or Teri Downes, Clinical Coordinator, [email protected].

DMC Sinai-Grace Hospital is a 400-bed teaching hospital and offers a complete range of medical, surgical, maternity and emergency services. Services are provided to all patients regardless of religion, race, gender, ethnic identification or economic status. DMC Sinai-Grace Hospital is specially equipped to be accessible to the disabled.

School of Radiologic Technology Information

School of Computerized Tomography Information

DMC Sinai-Grace Hospital has added a new Computerized Tomography (CT) Program. The CT Program is twenty (20) weeks in length and has a 2 week break in December. Two classes will begins each year in September and March. The program consists of one 8 hour didactic class day per week and four 8 hour clinical class days. Students will rotate to Harper University Hospital and Sinai-Grace Hospital or Huron Valley- Sinai Hospital and Detroit Receiving Hospital, with additional 2 week rotation at Children’s Hospital of Michigan.

School of Computerized Tomography Information