Troy Moran
Phone: 409-944-1444 Position: Assistant Professor of CT
Office: N-202 Title: CT Program Director
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Academic Degree Degree/course credits – Date     Other Qualifications
Texas Woman's University Business Administration Master - 12/2011 American Registry of Radiologic Technologists RT (R) (CT)
Texas Department of State Health
Midwestern State University Radiologic Sciences Bachelor - 08/2008
Houston Community College Radiography Associate - 08/2004
Galveston College Computed Tomography Certificate - 12/2004

Galveston College 02-2005 - Current Computed Tomography Director I was originally brought on as a Clinical Instructor while keeping all of my PRN positions with TCH The Methodist Hospital and Memorial Hermann. As the department Clinical Instructor I would cover all modalities including Radiography, CT, MRI, NM and RT. Once promoted I assumed responsibility for the entire CT program but still report on the other modalities. I am currently responsible for teaching CT Methodology and Cross Sectional Anatomy. Currently NM and RT are adding CT Methodolgy to their programs and I have CT, MRI, NM and RT students in Cross Sectional Anatomy. I am resoponsible for keeping the material current to any current editions of books and information and for keeping my presentations up to date. I have clinic sites across the Houston and Galveston area and also have sites in Beaumont, Round Rock, Waco, Temple and with the Baylor System in the Dallas area. I am responsible for placing students in the proper setting for clinical rotations and for brining on additional site
The Methodist Hospital 12/2004 - 12/2005 Lead Weekend CT Tech Scanning of patients as requested from ER/Floor; knowledge of all protocols and proceedures for department; proper patient care for all patients at all times; QA/QC of equipment; work with nurses and radiologist to accurately run the department; experience with GE equipment and power injectors as well as PACS system
Texas Childrens Hospital 02/2003 - 12/2005 Radiographer/PRN/TA while in school First hired as a Tech Assistant on the weekend night shift while still in radiography school. Patient transport and scheduling patient care and ability to work with technologist; Once graduated became fulltime technologist; proficient with PACS and imaging equipment. Trained in ER, OR, NEO, PICU, NICU imaging; use of portable xray and C-arm equipment; once graduated from CT held on as PRN tech; assisted with morning portables and weekends as PRN tech.
Hermann Memorial Hospital 01/2005 - 12/2005 PRN CT Tech Worked as a PRN as needed basis on weekends evenings and days; used GE equipment in ER and in-patient areas; ability to work quickly and accuretly while in high pressure situations; use of power injectors and PACS system
Updated 3/22/2013 - Content Author duyehara