Radiography

PROGRAM OVERVIEW

This two-year, advanced medical program trains students in radiography. Radiography uses radiation to produce images of tissues, organs, bones and vessels of the body. The radiographer is an essential member of the healthcare team who works in a variety of settings. Responsibilities include accurately positioning the patient, producing quality diagnostic images, maintaining equipment and keeping computerized records. This certificate program of specialized training focuses on each of these responsibilities. Graduates are eligible to apply for the national credential examination to become a registered technologist in radiography, RT(R). 

Meet The Instructors

Michelle Noble, R.T.(R)(MR)(CT) is a 1998 graduate of Autry’s Radiography Program. She attended the University of Central Oklahoma and received both her Bachelor of Science in Organizational Leadership and her Master of Education in Adult Education and Training. 

Mrs. Noble holds ARRT registries in Radiography, Computed Tomography, and Magnetic Resonance Imaging. She joined Autry’s team in 2016 as the Director of the Radiography/MRI Program.

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Shelly Hornberger, A.A.S., RT(R), is a 2009 graduate of Autry’s Radiography Program.  She received her Associate Degree of Applied Science in Radiologic Technology and her Associate Degree in Science
from Northern Oklahoma College.  

Mrs. Hornberger has experience in Diagnostic Imaging and Invasive Procedures.  Mrs. Hornberger joined Autry’s team in 2018 as the Radiography Program Clinical Coordinator/Instructor.

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