Ochsner Education

Allied Health Sciences

Allied Health at Ochsner provides clinical education to more than 600 allied health students annually. Ochsner supports a full-time nationally accredited educational program in Radiologic Technology in partnership with the University of Holy Cross. Allied Health at Ochsner also partners with leading universities, colleges, and schools, facilitating clinical and professional education in more than 40 different allied health professions.

Radiologic Technology

The University of Holy Cross/Ochsner Clinic Foundation Radiologic Technology Program began as the Ochsner Radiologic Technology Program in 1970, graduating its first class in 1972. The program became part of the Ochsner School of Allied Health Sciences that was established in the late 1970s. Sponsored by the University of Holy Cross since 1998, graduates complete their radiologic technology professional education with a Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Technology or an Associate of Science in Radiologic Technology (distinguished by prerequisite education). Since its inception nearly 50 years ago, the Radiologic Technology Program has graduated more than 400 radiographers with a 100% pass rate (first attempt) of the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists Certification Exam.