The school week is broken into two separate segments: clinical and didactic.
Each 1st year student will spend a minimum number of 590 hours in the classroom for the Fall and Spring semesters.
Each 2nd year student will spend a minimum number of 500 hours in the classroom for the Fall and Spring semesters.
The didactic hours are from 8:30AM to 4:00PM.
Clinical time will be rotated between Peconic Bay Medical Center and Long Island Community Hospital.
The clinical hours at the clinical institutions are:
Peconic Bay Medical Center 8:00AM-4:00PM
Some rotations (such as Surgical & Mobile Radiography) are 7:00 – 3:00PM
Southside Hospital 8:00AM – 4:00PM
Long Island Community Hospital 8:00AM - 4:00PM
Some rotations (such as Surgical & Mobile Radiography) are 7:00AM – 3:00PM
Mather Memorial Hospital 8:00AM - 4:00PM
Some rotations (such as Surgical & Mobile Radiography) are 6:00AM – 2:00PM
Each 1st year student will spend a minimum number of 800 hours while in their clinical rotations.
Each 2nd year student will spend a minimum number of 1200 hours while in their clinical rotations.
During the Fall and Spring Semesters of the First Year, students will spend Monday, Wednesday and Friday in the classroom for didactic lessons and Tuesdays and Thursdays at each respective clinical education site.
During the Summer Semester (July-August-September) of the First Year, students will spend Monday through Friday in the clinical education site.
During the Fall and Spring Semesters of the Second Year, students will Tuesdays and Thursdays in the classroom for didactic lessons and Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays in each respective clinical education site.
During the Summer Semester (July-August) of the Second Year, students will spend Monday through Friday in the clinical education site.
During the months of February for both Junior and Senior Years, students will spend Monday through Friday in the clinical education site for select weeks.
Academic Guidance and Student Counseling
Peconic Bay School of Radiologic Technology’s policy states:
Academic guidance is scheduled every three months.
The Program Director meets with each student to examine the academic record and the student’s overall standing in the program. Satisfactory performance is noted on the student counseling form. In the event of a performance discrepancy, the discrepancy is:
Analyzed by both Student and Director
A collaborative effort produces a specific problem statement.
The appropriate action is stated including tutoring, practice, and study skills.
Student feedback is elicited regarding acceptance or obstacles to recommended action.
A time interval is agreed upon and a follow-up
Student and Director sign the form.
The Program Director can refer students to an outside counseling agency to aid the student.
Peconic Bay Medical Center may refer students to “ Employee Assistance Programs (EAP)” for counseling outside the hospital.
The program is designed to assist students and employees in dealing with problems that may interfere with their health, well-being, and education.
Initial consultation is free.
Students are to be made aware of this policy during orientation
If a student feels he/she is in need of outside counseling, they are to contact the Program Director.
Exit counseling is also to be conducted at the exit interview just prior to graduation.
At this time, the student is encouraged:
To continue their education
To participate in professional seminars and professional workshops.
To participate in professional societies and organization.
The full time, 24 month program begins each September and operates Monday through Friday, from 8:00am to 4:00pm. The program offers the following holidays and vacations:
New Year’s Day
New Year’s Day (OBSERVED)
Martin Luther King Jr. Day
Fourth of July (4th of July)
Day After Thanksgiving (FRIDAY)
The holidays are reviewed for each calendar year.
VACATION WEEKS FOR PECONIC BAY SCHOOL OF RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY
There are three (3) vacation weeks scheduled for the school. They will be announced when the student enters the program in September.