The Radiologic Technologist Pledge

Involving the Aid of the divine providence, I solemnly pledge myself before God, and the presence of this assembly to protect the integrity of my profession and enhance the delivery of patient care.

I will strive to maintain and promote the standards of excellence in providing service to humanity and to contribute to the general well-being of the community.

I will do all in my power to maintain and elevate the standards of my profession and will hold in confidence all personal matters committed to my keeping and family affairs coming to my knowledge in the presence of my calling.

With loyalty, will I endeavor to work closely with the health team and devote myself to the welfare of those committed to my care.


The Radiologic Technology Department aims to produce nursing graduates who can:

  • Demonstrate knowledge and skills in performing radiographic procedures and related techniques that would produce clear images for accurate interpretation by a medical practitioner;
  • Apply various principles involved in diagnostic imaging and therapeutic application;
  • Exhibit awareness of the risks involved in the application of various radiant energies to humans for diagnostic and therapeutic purposes and ways of minimizing such risks;
  • Manifest skills in proper positioning of patients in different procedures called for the achievement of the desired results;
  • Contribute to the technological advancement in the field of Radiologic Sciences through continuing education, participation in or utilization of research findings;
  • Are competent, committed, proficient problem-solving, socially-conscious, and ethical radiologic technologist;
  • Utilize required knowledge and skills and their developed attitude and values necessary to contribute to an improved state of health of the community and country;
  • Collaborate with other members of the health care team for effective and efficient delivery of diagnostic and therapeutic services; and
  • Exhibit professionalism through consistent ethical behavior