Radiology Program Director

Stacy Wilfong, MAT, R.T. (R)

Office Phone: (573) 518-2334

swilfong@mineralarea.edu

Stacy Wilfong started her career in the Radiology field working in Diagnostic Radiology as well as Mammography at Mineral Area Regional Medical Center before moving into education as the Clinical Coordinator for Mineral Area School of Radiologic Technology in 2004.  She became the Program Director of the school in 2008 and helped transition the program to Mineral Area College in 2009.  Stacy teaches Radiographic Procedures I, II & III, Introduction to Radiology & Patient Care and Image Acquisition.  Stacy's responsibilities also include the oversight of the entire program.

Education:

Associate of Science- Medical Technology-Radiology, Mineral Area College

Bachelor of Science-Kinesiology, University of Arkansas

Master of Arts in Teaching- Curriculum & Instruction, University of Saint Mary

CLINICAL COORDINATOR

Kara Mills, BAS, R.T. (R)

Office Phone: (573) 518-2334

klmills@mineralarea.edu

Kara Mills has work in various modalities in Radiology since her start in the field.  She became the Clinical Coordinator in 2008 and helped transition the program to Mineral Area  College in 2009.  Kara teaches Radiographic Procedures I, II & III, Radiographic Exposure I & II and Cross Sectional Anatomy.  Kara's responsibilities also include the clinical education of the Radiology students.

Education:

Associate of Science- Medical Technology-Radiology, Mineral Area College

Bachelor of Applied Science-Health Management, Central Methodist University

 

                          Adjunct Faculty

Janice Hickman, R.T. (R)(M)

Janice Hickman is a full time Mammographer at Mineral Area Regional Medical Center.  She teaches Radiographic Anatomy I & II and assists with registry review.

Jordan Gerstner, BSDI, R.T. (R)(MR)

Jordan Gerstner is the Assistant Supervisor at St Francis Medical Center in Cape Girardeau, MO.  He teaches Radiation Protection, Biology, Radiographic Equipment and assists with registry review.

 

Keith Green

Keith Green started working with our Physics section of the curriculum in 2010.  He teaches Radiographic Physics and has many hands on experience labs for the students.