School of Radiography

Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) machine

Englewood Hospital’s School of Radiography offers a stringent accredited program for individuals interested in a vital specialty of the healthcare profession. Our curriculum includes both comprehensive, hands-on training in conjunction with intensive classroom instruction. Graduates of the fully accredited two-year program are well prepared to find employment within many healthcare institutions and imaging facilities.

The School of Radiography, ranked No. 2 in the state according to the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, offers a challenging academic curriculum in conjunction with clinical training in the operation of state-of-the-art diagnostic imaging equipment in a hospital setting.

Our mission is to develop entry-level radiographers to serve the community. Learn more about our program’s goals and outcomes.

Application and Admissions

Our academic year runs July – June.

We are currently accepting applications for our 2020-21 program. Applications are due in March for the following semester. Learn more about the application process for our School of Radiography.

Radiography as a Career

A radiographer assists the radiologist (a certified physician in diagnostic imaging and treatment) and other physicians in operating imaging equipment, as well as positioning the patients for various types of procedures. Their role also extends to the care and comfort of the patient during the visit.

With more specialized training and education, a qualified radiographer may advance into the areas of radiation oncology, nuclear medicine (including cardiology and PET scanning), CT scanning, ultrasound, digital angiography, cardiac catheterization, mammography, bone densitometry, and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).

Upon completion of our program, students must take an exam and be licensed by the state of New Jersey. Learn more about licensure.