In just about every other imaging modality telltale sounds are emitted by the machine whenever it is on. MRI – while one of the safest imaging modalities – is in a class of its own because it is always on.
Ross VanZanten saved the best for last. The 2008 Mark Morris graduate recently completed his track and field career at Washington State University. In January, he recorded a personal best by clearing 6’ 9 7/8” in the high jump and bettered that in May with a leap of 6’ 11” during a meet at the University of Idaho.
A blood drive hosted by Pacific Surgical Institute on November 2 netted excellent results.
During the week of July 23rd through 29th, the international MRI community will be celebrating and calling attention to MRI safety. Pacific Imaging Center is pleased to join in this effort.
Pacific Imaging Center has updated its website to include information about the specialty-trained radiologists that read scans for PIC patients.
Jack Berry of Pacific Imaging Center completed the Growlers Gulch 5,000 on May 20th.
Pacific Imaging Center recently received accreditation from the American College of Radiology (ACR).
Jack Berry, Director of Imaging Services at Pacific Imaging Center, was part of a large support crew that helped Castle Rock’s Jim LeMonds attain his dream of riding 60 miles of trail to celebrate his 60th birthday. The event took place on July 23rd.
Two women with PSI connnections completed the Cour d’ Alene Ironman in Cour d’ Alene, Idaho, on June 26th. The event required participants to swim 2.4 miles, bike 112 miles, and run a complete marathon, 26.2 miles.
Jack Berry, Director of Imaging Services at Pacific Imaging Center, attended the annual conference of the Magnetic Resonance Managers Society in San Antonio, Texas, from April 24-28.