CVPH School of Radiologic Technology Graduates 5 Students
The CVPH School of Radiologic Technology awarded diplomas to five students on June 30 at its 56th Commencement Exercises, which returned to the hospital auditoriums for the first time since the pandemic.
PLATTSBURGH, NY (7/11/2022) – The University of Vermont Health Network – Champlain Valley Physicians Hospital (CVPH) School of Radiologic Technology awarded diplomas to five students on June 30 at its 56th Commencement Exercises, which returned to the hospital auditoriums for the first time since the pandemic.
The graduates include Caiden Goodman of Morrisonville, Hannah Gordon of Mooers, Austin Kirby of Keeseville, Alissa McGovern of Burke and Brooke West of Champlain.
“I consider it a privilege to participate in the development of the next generation of radiographers,” Director of the CVPH School of Radiologic Technology Betsy Lombard, MA, RT (R)(M) offered. “Our program is rigorous and requires commitment and excellent time management skills. To see things “click” as our students assimilate new knowledge and then put it into practice is very rewarding. We are very proud of our graduates!”
All five graduates have jobs they are excited to begin, including three who are staying at CVPH: Gordon, Kirby and West. Goodman is relocating to North Dakota for his job, and McGovern is heading to Potsdam to start her new career in radiology.
Since 1965, the CVPH School of Radiologic Technology has trained radiographers in delivering exceptional patient care. In addition to being prepared for a rewarding health care career, graduates also earn an associates’ degree from Empire State College in math, science, and technology. It is a 2 year program that combines class time and practical experience.
The CVPH School of Radiologic Technology is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology and approved by the New York State Department of Health to train radiographers eligible for a New York State license. For more information, call the school at (518) 562-7510 or go online to UVMHealth.org/CVPH.