Pictured from left are St. Francis students, Katelyn Buschhoff, School of Radiologic Technology, Maria Shipp, School of Nursing, Gabrielle Feinstein, School of Nursing and  Pamela Schwarz, School of Radiologic Technology. Courtesy photo
Pictured from left are St. Francis students, Katelyn Buschhoff, School of Radiologic Technology, Maria Shipp, School of Nursing, Gabrielle Feinstein, School of Nursing and Pamela Schwarz, School of Radiologic Technology. Courtesy photo
The Schools of Nursing and Radiologic Technology of St. Francis Medical Center will host an open house March 5 from 4 to 6:30 p.m. in Crean Hall Auditorium, located at 601 Hamilton Ave., Trenton. Prospective students will have an opportunity to tour the schools, meet faculty and staff and have questions answered. Refreshments will be served.

Upon completing the two-year program, students of St. Francis Medical Center School of Nursing earn a diploma in nursing and an associate’s degree in science. The schools work in collaboration with Mercer County Community College. The School of Nursing also offers an LPN to RN Transition program.

Students in the School of Radiologic Technology can become certified radiologic technologists with St. Francis’ two-year hospital-based program. Certified radiologic technologists are skilled in radiographic procedures, equipment operation, quality control, image production and evaluation, radiographic protection, and patient care and education.

No reservation is required for the open house. Free parking is available at the medical center’s parking garage. For more information, call 609-599-5190.