Methodist Health System Services
Methodist Jennie Edmundson Radiography School
Founded in 1945, the Methodist Jennie Edmundson Hospital Radiologic Technology School is a 24-month program accredited for 16 students by the:
Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology
20 N. Wacker Drive, Suite 285
Chicago, IL, 60606-3182
The Methodist Jennie Edmundson (MJE) Radiologic Technology School's mission is to offer a program in radiologic technology which will educate individuals to become competent, compassionate, professional radiographers and members of the health care team.
The MJE program is a competency based radiography program with academic and clinical components taught on the MJE campus. A rigorous curriculum ensures students acquire the knowledge and skills to become proficient radiographers. During clinical rotations students experience cutting-edge radiologic technology including:
- Participation in digital mammography and DEXA scans
- Interventional special procedures
- Computed tomography
- Magnetic resonance imaging
- Diagnostic and surgical imaging
- Nuclear medicine and positron emission tomography.
The small class size allows students to receive individual attention in the classroom and hands-on experience in the clinical setting.
Graduates of the MJE certificate program are eligible to apply for admission to the certification examination administered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT).
The MJE School of Radiologic Technology ceased accepting applications for admission as of August 22, 2011.
To pursue a career in radiologic technology, candidates are encouraged to apply at the Nebraska Methodist College Website.