The School of Diagnostic Imaging is required by federal law to disclose certain information to our prospective and enrolled students on an annual basis:
- Available financial assistance.
- Campus security report - Clery Act.
- Completion/graduation rates.
- Drug and alcohol abuse prevention.
- Family Education Rights & Privacy Act (FERPA).
- How to obtain additional information.
- Institutional information.
- Job placement information.
- Retention rate.
All of the above information and more can be found in our Student Consumer Handbook Program Policy & Procedure Manual, which is made available to all prospective and current students. This information is also available in hard copy upon request. To obtain a copy, please contact our Financial Aid Office at 216.448.3110.
The JRCERT is located at:
20 N. Wacker Drive
Chicago, Illinois 60606-3182
Gloria A. Albrecht, MS, RT(R)
Program Director, DMS, CT, MRI, Radiology
Radiologic Technology Program Faculty
Barbara Fertig, BS, RT(R)
Coordinator, Radiologic Technology Program
Kevin McDermott, MEd, RT(R)
Instructor, Radiologic Technology Program
CT/MRI Program Faculty
Halley Majersky, MEd, RT(R)(M)(CT)
Coordinator, CT/MRI Program
Kimberly Saghy, BA, RT(R)(MR)(CT)(MRSO)
Instructor, CT/MRI Program
Gabriel Kroupa, MPH (NM)(MR)(MRSO)
Instructor, MRI Program
Diagnostic Medical Sonography Program Faculty
Angela Perry, BSAS, RDMS, RVT, RMSKs
Manager, Diagnostic Medical Sonography Program
Amy Varcelli, BSAS, RDMS (AB, OB/GYN), RVT, RMSKs
Coordinator, Diagnostic Medical Sonography
Wendy Slaughter, BS, RDMS (AB, OB), RVT
Instructor, Diagnostic Medical Sonography
We offer virtual program information sessions via Microsoft Teams for the Radiography, Sonography, CT and MRI programs.
Email Gloria at firstname.lastname@example.org for a link to the session.
- Wednesday, October 25th at 9 a.m.
- Friday, November 24th at 3 p.m.
Here is our Information Session handout.
To request a clinical observation at one of our hospitals, please contact Jennifer Rennick at 216.445.9972 or email@example.com.
The Cleveland Clinic School of Diagnostic Imaging has a safety screening protocol for students who have potential access to the magnetic resonance environment. This ensures that students are appropriately screened for magnetic wave and radiofrequency hazards.
Prior to starting the clinical experience, students are taught MR safety practices. They view an MRI training video given by MRI expert Frank Shellock, PhD. The students then complete an MR screening form that is reviewed by the MRI program coordinator. If there are any questions or concerns regarding student safety around potential dangers of implants or foreign bodies, the program medical advisor will review their case and determine their ability to safely participate in the MR environment.