Misericordia recognizes students

June 20th, 2015 12:11 pm

First Posted: 4/4/2012

Misericordia University recognized the eighth graduating class from the Diagnostic Medical Sonography Certificate Program during the annual presentation ceremony in Insalaco Hall.

Seventeen students completed the 18-month program, which includes classroom and clinical instruction. The sonography programis designed for adult or non-traditional learners who possess the necessary pre-requisites. The program offers alternating weekend classes and a weekday clinical component. Classes begin every August.

The program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs. The following students, first row, from left, Whitney Glaser, Bloomsburg; Allison Kenia, Dalton; Tamra Morris, Shavertown.; Maura Williams, West Pittston.; Megan Stefanic, Waynesboro and Jamie T. Dougherty, Scranton.; second row, Lauren Szabo, East Stroudsburg.; Cynthia Mirra, Mountaintop.; Hannah Barrese, Clarks Summit.; Kimberly Suchoski, Bear Creek; Angela Burke, Mahanoy City.; Erin Carson, Milford.; Lisa Donato, Smithtown, N.Y. and Sheryl Goss, chair; third row, Karen Klimas, clinical coordinator; Valerie Suskind, Spencer, N.Y.; David Raspen, Dallas.; Heather Toolan, Scranton, and Amy Woolard-Henderson, Hanover Township, completed the Misericordia University Diagnostic Medical Sonography Certificate Program.