PHOTO: National Radiologic Technology Week

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National Radiologic Technology Week is a celebration that recognizes the important role medical imaging and radiation therapy professionals play in patient care and safety.

The celebration takes place every fall to commemorate the anniversary of the X-ray’s discovery on Nov. 8, 1895. The team at Clearfield Hospital includes, front row, from left: Beth Root, Holly Farrell, Betsy Bowser, Chuck Shaffer, Darlene Rowles and Betsy Durandetta.

In the back row, from left: April Mowery, Angela Weed, Jennifer Wenturine, Susan Weis, Stacey Pry and Chris Belinda. Not pictured: Sue Custaney, Brenda Folmar, Nicholle Heltman, Rhonda Jones, Tricia Soult, Tammy Stucke, Tonda Beard, Chris Whited, Lori Flood, Starla Wood, Holly Bryan, Steve Farrell, Elaine English, Shelley Wood, Jill Peangatelli, Joan Nicklas, Diane Alexander, Cindy Peavy and Audra Sidelinger.

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