Program Structure

The Ascension St. Vincent Radiography Program was established in 1966 at St. Joseph Hospital -- now Ascension St. Vincent Kokomo -- to train radiographers to perform medical imaging procedures in the Kokomo and surrounding communities. In 2003, the program was expanded to sister Ascension St. Vincent hospitals in Indianapolis and Anderson to meet a growing need for radiographers throughout Indiana. In the nearly 60 years since its founding, the Ascension St. Vincent Radiography Program has a rich history of graduating highly competent, caring medical imaging professionals – and that tradition continues today!

Our radiography students learn to perform radiographic procedure on actual patient using state-of-the-art medical imaging digital technology in many medical imaging modalities including CT, MRI and interventional radiology. Our students also gain patient-focused, hands-on experience in a wide variety of facilities including community hospitals, major medical centers, and small, rural-based hospitals. The Ascension St. Vincent Radiography Program, under the national accreditation of the Ascension St. Vincent College of Health Professions, is the only hospital-sponsored academic institution in Indiana authorized to award an academic Associate of Applied Science degree.

This page contains much information about how the Radiography Program is structured. Our goal is to provide you with enough information to help you make an informed decision when you apply for admission into the program. Just click on the "+" sign on the left to start learning more about the program. If you don’t find the information you are looking for, don’t hesitate to contact us.