in June of 2003, South Texas Associates of Radiology are committed
to assisting radiologic technologists in achieving technical competency
and receiving quality continuing education through professionally
developed seminar settings (with ASRT approved classes). These events
will meet ARRT requirements and Texas requirements for biennium
certification and licensure requirements.
is a retired Army veteran,
having served more than 20 years in the military. He has held
various positions in Radiography to include an Angiography Technologist,
MRI Technologist, and Diagnostic Supervisor throughout his military
career. Additionally, he served as a Radiology Instructor
for 5 years at the Academy of Health Sciences and 2 years as
a Clinical Instructor at Eisenhower Army Medical Center in Georgia.
Warren completed his undergraduate
degree at Wayland Baptist University and holds a Master’s
Certificate in Health Services Administration from Central Michigan
University, and a Masters of Arts Degree in Health Services
Management from Webster University.
has over 25 years experience as a radiology
manager, educator and technologist. He graduated from the
Army Medical Department's Radiology Program in 1980.
Registered with (ARRT) American Registry of Radiology Technologist,
RT (R), David also has a Masters in Management in Healthcare Administration
from Wayland Baptist University. Also a member of (ASRT) American
Society of Technologists, he has served as Director of radiology
services for a 200 plus-bed hospital, coordinator for
an 190 bed hospital, been manager for an Imaging Center, and
Senior Imaging Supervisor in a 400-bed care medical center
with a teaching program. David has three years experience
as an Occupational Health Care facility Administrator with
9 separate radiology locations and was a Radiology instructor
for five years in the largest producing radiologic technologist
program in the country, the U.S. Army, from which he retired
after a distinguished twenty year professional background.
his Bachelor of Arts in Secondary Education from the University
of Northern Iowa in 1971. He enlisted into the Army and
was trained as a Radiologic Technologist. Immediately
following his three year enlistment and based on his teaching
credentials he was hired by the Army to teach technologists
in courses of Radiographic Physics, Principles of Exposure,
Radiographic Anatomy and Positioning, Computer Literacy, and
many others until his retirement from federal service in 2004.
He estimates that he had a part in training 12,000 technologists
from the largest RT school in the world. His students
included 7 fathers/sons during his 33+ years of federal service.
He received his Master of Arts in 1978 with a dual master’s
in Management and Human Relations from Webster University.
He is an RT(R ), a member of the American Society of Radiologic
Technologists, the Texas Society of Radiologic Technologists,
and the Alamo Area Society of Technologists. He has co-authored
two textbooks and counts woodworking and computer databases
among his hobbies.
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