Welcome to the official page of the
Philadelphia Society of Radiologic Technologists
We have a rich heritage of serving the technologists of the Philadelphia metropolitan area and
we look forward to bringing more value to our members and the radiology community!
Public Comment on Radiography and Radiologist Assistant Curriculum
ASRT is beginning the update process for the next version of the Radiography Curriculum! We are changing the process slightly this year by asking for public comments on the existing curriculum before the revision workgroup convenes.
The current Radiography Curriculum is available at https://www.asrt.org/educators/asrt-curricula/radiography.
To submit comments for consideration, please complete the Radiography Curriculum Feedback Survey. The deadline for comments is Feb. 8, 2021. These comments will be shared with the curriculum revision project workgroup as they consider changes.Please note, feedback on the curriculum is only accepted through the survey
The ASRT is seeking public comment on the proposed revised Radiologist Assistant Curriculum. We invite you to review the proposed curriculum and submit comments through the RA Curriculum Feedback Survey. The deadline for public comments is Jan. 15, 2021. These comments will be shared with the curriculum revision workgroup.
Thank you for joining the 2020 virtual annual meeting.
COVID-19 cases are currently on the rise again within the Philadelphia metropolitan area and surrounding suburbs. There has been many new updates and news stories about the significant increase of COVID-19 cases across the country.
Please remember to wear a mask, wash your hands and practice social distancing.
For resources and education on COVID-19, check out the ASRT COVID-19 Resource Page
The Philadelphia Society of Radiologic Technologists, Inc. (PhilaSRT) was established in 1934
and is an affiliate of the American Society of Radiologic Technologists (ASRT).
Our mission is based on the pillars of Education, Ethics, and Enrichment.
The PhilaSRT will provide continuing educational opportunities to technologists and student
technologists through seminars and events.
We will support the ethics of our profession via campaigns and grass-roots efforts.
We will provide enrichment via networking and professional opportunities.
The PhilaSRT is dedicated to providing these services to the medical imaging and radiation sciences community in the Philadelphia metropolitan area.
To advance the science of medical imaging and radiation therapy.
To expand and develop programs designed to broaden the scope of technological services.
To stimulate and encourage research designed to elevate the quality of patient care and protection.
To enunciate policies concerning professional status, legislative activities, and improve the welfare
of the radiologic technologist.
To publish and disseminate information pertinent to the PhilaSRT or the profession.
The PhilaSRT meets these objectives through meetings, seminars, and support of area institutions.
Advocating for patient care and the radiologic science profession unites radiologic technologists and offers a unified voice that can make a difference for your profession and patients.
Click on the image "Make a Difference" below to learn how YOU can be an advocate for our patients and our profession
The American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) is a leading credentialing organization that recognizes qualified individuals in medical imaging, interventional procedures, and radiation therapy. We offer certification and registration in a wide range of disciplines, helping people who work in medical imaging and radiation therapy to develop their careers. With more than 330,000 registrants, we promote high standards of patient care with each new credential we award.
How can the PhilaSRT best serve you and our profession?
Please email us anytime at email@example.com to share your thoughts on how the
PhilaSRT can best serve and support our area technologists.
We truly appreciate your time and feedback!
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