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Who We Are

The Ohio Society of Radiologic Technologists (OSRT) represents medical imaging personnel throughout Ohio, advocates for disciplines within the practice and promotes quality patient care.

Radiologic technologists are health care/medical personnel who perform diagnostic imaging procedures and administer radiation therapy treatments. They are educated and certified in the disciplines in which they work. In diagnostic medical imaging, disciplines include specialized work in a specific imaging discipline, such as bone densitometry, cardiovascular-interventional radiography, computed tomography, mammography, magnetic resonance imaging, nuclear medicine, quality management, sonography or general radiography. Radiologic technologists who specialize in radiation therapy are part of the radiation oncology team and are called radiation therapists. In collaboration with a radiation oncologist (physician), radiation therapists apply therapeutic doses of radiation to treat cancer and other diseases. Some therapists advance their certifications in treatment planning and are known as medical dosimetrists.

Vision/Mission

Vision
The OSRT will be the voice of Ohio medical imaging and radiologic science professionals.

Mission
The OSRT will advocate for medical imaging and radiologic science professionals by advancing professional practice to enhance the quality of patient care.

Core Values
Professionalism        
Leadership        
Education        

Professionalism means:  

  • Demonstrating pride as practitioners
  • Applying ethical practice
  • Exhibiting excellence in practice
  • Valuing human diversity

Leadership means:

  • Advocating for the profession
  • Mentoring professionals and students
  • Embracing all members of the healthcare team
  • Serving the profession

Education means:

  • Serving as an expert resource
  • Advocating lifelong learning
  • Developing and revising educational standards
  • Providing education to the patient, healthcare community, and community at large

 

OSRT Business Meeting Minutes

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OSRT History

On November 12 and 13, 1938 forty-eight x-ray technicians met in Lima, Ohio and signed an Affiliation Charter of the American Society of X-ray Technicians thus officially forming the Ohio Society of X-ray Technicians (Radiologic Technologists).

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ASRT Affiliation

As an affiliate of the American Society of Radiologic Technologists, OSRT is dedicated to the development of the Radiologic Science profession, including the advancement of radiologic technology, the establishment and maintenance of high standards of education, the elevation of the quality of patient care and the improvement of the welfare and socio-economics of radiologic technologists. Read more about ASRT, click ASRTĀ®

Bylaws

The internal management and organizational operations of the OSRT are guided by its ByLaws.

 

Who's Who

OSRT Executive Board

ExecComm2(L-R) Tiffany Roman, President; Lauren Huffman, Senior Chair;
Julie Gill, President-elect; Emma Palmer, Senior Chair

Continuing Board Directors

CurrentBoard(L-R): Christine Gialousis; Donna Endicott; Cindy Davis

 Newly Installed Directors

New Board(L-R): Kristen Seitz; Judy Miller; Debra Myers 

Student Interns & Student Director

StudentLeaders1(L-R) Allison Hermance-Moore, Fortis College; Haili Mossing, Owens Community College; 
Haley Powell, The Ohio State University; Director Breeanna Stillion, Zane State College

Financial Manager & Executive Secretary 

Jay SherylJay Ball; Sheryl Bacon

 Web and Cardinal Rays Editors

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Denise Moore (Webmaster); John Schaub (Web); Lizzy Hemme (Cardinal Rays)

OSRT Education and Research Foundation Board

Foundation(L-R) Heather Moore, Whitney Reese, Jay Ball, Debra Myers, Gail Schroeder, Sheryl Bacon

2018 Technologist of the Year Award Winner

Terri BrucknerDr. Terri Bruckner, Columbus

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