Welcome to the LCC Radiography Program
Labette Community College offers a 23-month program in Radiography leading to an Associate Degree in Applied Science. The program is monitored through accreditation by Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT). For more information on the JRCERT and the Standards for Educational Programs please view the Accreditation Page.
The purpose of the program is to prepare men and women to become qualified radiographers (x-ray technologists) and to meet the health care needs of Southeast Kansas and the surrounding areas. The curriculum is designed to ensure quality and professional patient care and to meet the needs of an ever changing technical health care field. The academic curriculum and clinical experience are both integral parts of the student's training. The following area hospitals serve as clinical education settings for the program:
Ascension St. John Jane Phillips—Bartlesville, OK
Ascension Via Christi Hospital Pittsburg—Pittsburg, KS
Coffeyville Regional Medical Center—Coffeyville, KS
Fredonia Regional Hospital—Fredonia, KS
Girard Medical Center—Girard, KS
Integris Baptist Regional Health Center—Miami, OK
Integris Grove Hospital—Grove, OK
Labette Health—Parsons, KS
Mercy Hospital Carthage—Carthage, MO
Mercy Hospital Joplin—Joplin, MO
Neosho Memorial Regional Medical Center—Chanute, KS
Nevada Regional Medical Center—Nevada, MO
Saint Luke’s Hospital of Allen County, Inc.—Iola, KS
St Francis Hospital of Vinita - Vinita OK
Upon satisfactory completion of course work, students will be recommended to take the National Radiographer Examination administered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists. These students are also encouraged to consider continuing their education by applying to our Diagnostic Medical Sonography Program.
Students who are considering this career, as well as students who will soon graduate from the Program, may want to look at our Job Links and Resources page.
If you select this program, you will automatically be assigned to the Health Science major until you are admitted into that specific program.