Senior MRI Technologist, Radiology
What is your fondest memory from your 25 years working at Dartmouth-Hitchcock?
There are far too many interactions over the years to remember everything. Let’s just say that I have been touched by many kind souls over my 25 years here at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center [DHMC]. I do remember one humorous situation when one of our staff radiologists enlisted a very bright and naive resident for MRI Prostate research. When we first started doing prostate exams, we had to insert a rather large latex covered radio receiver inside the patient to obtain diagnostic images. It was very clear by the look on the resident’s face when he was shown the coil, that he had no prior knowledge of what he volunteered for.
What about your job/work inspires you?
Knowing that walking among us are people/patients in the fight of their lives, and maybe my small role in their care made their life a little bit better.
What do you like best about working in your department?
It has always been the variety of exams and research that we perform here at DHMC.