MOHAVE COUNTY – Mohave Community College Radiologic Technology program was presented a proclamation from the office of Bullhead City Mayor Tom Brady Monday at the MCC Bullhead City campus.
National Radiologic Technology Week is celebrated from Nov. 8-14 and acknowledges discovery of the x-ray and supports the contributions to the medical profession and healthcare. It also celebrates the important role medical imaging and radiation therapy professionals play in healthcare.
Bullhead City Councilwoman, Annette Wegmann, presented the proclamation to Rich Crabb, Radiologic Technology Director, on behalf of Mayor Tom Brady.
“It’s great to have Mayor Brady and the residents of Bullhead City supporting National Radiologic Technology Week. We desire everyone to know that Radiologic Technologists are healthcare professionals ready to serve those in need,” Crabb said. “A special thanks goes out to Tristate Pain Institute and all our clinical affiliates throughout Mohave County.”
Councilwoman Annette Wegmann said it’s exciting to be part of radiology week and radiology is key to providing great healthcare in our community.
Allyson Fair of TriState Pain Institute and MCC Foundation Board of Directors member helped organized the event.
“I’m delighted to be here and recognize this special week and wishing the students the best in their ventures,” Fair said.
The Mohave Community College Radiologic Technology program is accredited through the Higher Learning Commission and by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology.