Thank you for visiting the Professional Radiologic Technologists of Alaska.
We are an active organization that focuses on maintaining and improving the radiologic professions in Alaska. We also work to ensure the highest standards of care provided to the populations we serve.
This website serves as the hub for news, information and conference events for Alaska’s radiologic technologists. Take a few minutes to look around. If you are a radiologic professional or radiologic student and not yet a member of our society, consider joining us today.
We are the one and only professional organization for medical imaging professionals (MIP) in Alaska.
We are a proud affiliate society of the American Society of Radiologic Technologists.
Our board and active members represent educational and various specialties throughout Alaska.
Our purpose is to advance the professions of radiation and imaging disciplines/specialties through maintaining high standards of education, patient care and to further the welfare of radiologic technologists.
We provide venues for continuing education, scholarships and problem solving. We also share resources for those who value ensuring that radiation of human subjects is used safely.
If you are not a member, consider adding voice and talents to improve and strengthen the organization and your own profession.
Class of 2021 Fairbanks cohort
NRTW® is celebrated annually to recognize the hard work and contributions of R.T.s across the United States. This year’s celebration takes place during the week of Nov. 8 to commemorate the discovery of X-rays by Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen on Nov. 8, 1895.
This week-long celebration calls attention to the important role medical imaging professionals play in patient care and health care safety. This has been an especially challenging time for the nation, and the world. Alaska’s professionals have done outstanding work and their contributions have been instrumental in providing care to all patients across the state. The Alaska Society of Radiologic Technologists would like to recognize you and say THANK YOU for all you’re doing to keep us safe and healthy.