Congratulation to the Award Winning Class of 2013
The 59th graduation of Ohio Valley Medical Center Program of Radiologic Technology was held on May 17, 2013.
From left to right standing: Haley Piatt, Jessica Astle, Adam Vaughan – New Cumberland, WV, Joe Wilcox, Jr. – Morgantown, WV, Lacy Foster – Glen Dale, WV, Jenna Carpenter – St. Clairsville, OH
From left to right sitting: Miranda Schilling, Jordan Fowler – Washington, PA, Amanda Klug, Casey Martin – St. Clairsville, OH
I worked and trained all these fine student technologist’s in their CT rotation. What a phenomenal group of technologist’s. I wish them the best in their futures in radiology.
Congratulations to the award-winning Class of 2012
Ohio Valley Medical Center Program of Radiologic Technology
Top to Bottom of Stairs, Gina Bernardo, Joy Barcroft, Megan Holmes, Sami West, Nicole Cumpston, Michelle Feist, Anna McCombs, Heather Archer, and Kyle Johnson
It was a pleasure being a part of these students learning process.
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Congratulations to the award-winning Class of 2011
Brianne Crall, Tina Salem
Christina Hawkins, Julianna Bonds, Justine Cox
It was an honor and a pleasure to teach this group of students in their CT rotation.
Senior Class of 2012
Students from OVMC’s Radiologic Technology Program, Senior Class of 2012 include front row: Anna McCombs of Gen Dale, WV, Michelle Feist of Wellsburg, WV, Heather Archer of Senecaville, OH; Sami West of St. Clairsville, OH; and Kyle Johnson of Cadiz, OH. Back row: Megan Holmes of Moundsville, OH; Nicole Cumpston of Cameron, WV; Gina Bernardo of Martins Ferry, OH; Amber DeMarchi of Lafferty, OH; and Joy Barcroft of Cadiz, OH.
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