Donated equipment enhances WKCTC Radiography Program | Community Spirit
PADUCAH, KY (KFVS) - A recent donation to the radiography program at West Kentucky Community and Technical College will help enhance the program and improve student success.
Western Baptist Hospital donated a computed radiography platereader and viewing station to the department.
“The CR equipment allows our students to train in the radiography lab and classroom, using some of the latest equipment available, and helps our students succeed when they enter in to the clinical setting,” said David Heflin, WKCTC radiography program coordinator.
Western Baptist Hospital has been and continues to be a valuable partner in the success of the college’s radiography program and its students, Heflin said.
“We are always happy to support WKCTC and its allied health programs,” said Tonya Mullins, registered radiologic technologist and clinical instructor at Western Baptist Hospital.
For more information about the radiography program, contact David Heflin at 270-534-3359, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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