MISSOULA – Missoula College of the University of Montana recently received a portable X-ray machine to assist students in the Radiologic Technologist program as a donation from Turn-Key Medical Inc.
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“It will allow for realistic simulations for students’ training, such as bedside radiography,” said Dan Funsch, clinical coordinator for the Radiologic Technologist program. “This donation enables students to practice with an important tool for radiologic technologists.”
Missoula College has worked with Turn-Key Medical Inc. for more than three years, most recently for assistance in designing its X-ray lab at the new River Campus. The college also purchased a non-energized training system from Turn-Key, which allows students to simulate and practice various X-ray procedures without the risk of emitting ionizing radiation. Turn-Key is based in Boise, Idaho, and supplies diagnostic imaging equipment to
For more information about the donation or the Radiologic Technologist program, call Funsch at 406-239-6488 or email email@example.com.