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Upon completion of 3 semesters of clinical education during the 3rd, 4th, and 5th semesters of training, students will have completed 1,170 clinical education hours. During clinical education students must demonstrate competence in 37 mandatory radiography procedures and competence in 15 out of 35 elective radiography procedures for a total of 52 radiography procedures.

The CSI Radiologic Technology Program in Radiography is based on a rural curricular model. The first two semesters of training are held in the fabulous CSI Rad Lab in CSI Health Sciences and Human Services building in Twin Falls, Idaho. During the second half of training (semesters 3, 4, and 5) students will be in clinical education at hospitals and clinics of which some are located distantly. Therefore, all students must be able to travel to distant clinical affiliates for clinical education. The following clinics and hospitals are approved clinical affiliates by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology. All students must rotate through St. Luke's Magic Valley Regional Medical Center, Twin Falls, ID, and 2 additional clinical sites.

  • St. Luke's Magic Valley Regional Medical Center, Twin Falls, ID
    • Orthopedics Spine and Plastic Surgery Clinic, Twin Falls, ID
    • St. Luke's Magic Valley Medical Plaza 2, Twin Falls, ID
  • St. Luke's Wood River Medical Center, Ketchum, ID
    • Sun Valley Sports Medicine, Ketchum, ID
  • St Luke's Jerome Medical Center, Jerome, ID
  • St. Luke's Elmore Medical Center, Mountain Home, ID
  • Cassia Regional Medical Center, Burley, ID
  • Minidoka Memorial Hospital, Rupert, ID
  • North Canyon Medical Center, Gooding, ID