Medical Dosimetry Program Accreditation
The Medical Dosimetry program is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT).
Program effectiveness measures may be found by visiting the JRCERT website at www.jrcert.org.
COMPLAINTS RELATING TO NON-COMPLIANCE WITH JRCERT STANDARDS
Any person who believes the Medical Dosimetry Program is in non-compliance with any of the JRCERT Standards is requested to take the following actions:
- Confer with the Program Director to gain information and express the perceived problem. If the compliance party still believes non-compliance exists, ask the Program Director to establish compliance. Should the problem not be resolved, the complaining party should
- Confer with the Dean of Health Sciences. Should the Dean not be able to resolve the problem, the complaining party should contact the JRCERT.
The program faculty takes every complaint or alleged non-compliance seriously. Each complaint will be thoroughly investigated and should the complaint be found valid, the program is dedicated to speedy resolution of the problem. In addition, it is the policy of the program to work closely and professionally with the JRCERT to resolve any reported non-compliance allegation.