Patrick Burns Named Manager of Imaging Services at PIC
Pacific Imaging Center has announced that Patrick Burns will be taking over the duties as Manager of Imaging Services. Burns replaces Lisa Looney.
Looney Named Director of Imaging Services at PIC
With the retirement of Jack Berry, Pacific Imaging Center has chosen Lisa Looney to become the clinic's Director of Imaging Services.
Local boy returns to work at Pacific Imaging Center
Julian Ledgerwood grew up in Longview and graduated from Kelso High School in 2006. He left the area after completing an associate's degree at Lower Columbia College in 2009. But he had found his way back to his hometown and is now employed as an MRI technologist at Pacific Imaging Center.
Blood Drives Part of the Culture at Pacific Surgical Institute
When Nancy Stone organized the first blood drive at Pacific Surgical Institute in 2011, she thought it would be a one-time thing. Instead, that first event spurred her to make blood drives a regular part of the culture at PSI.
Pacific Imaging Center Boosts Patient Convenience at PSI
When Pacific Surgical Institute opened its doors in 2006, Longview Orthopedic Associates, Longview Urology, and Longview Physical & Sports Therapy relocated their clinics to the new facility on 9th Avenue. Pacific Imaging Center, which is owned by LOA, was one of two new ventures to occupy the state-of-the-art building.
PIC Is Definitely Worth the Drive
Why would someone drive from Bellingham to Longview for an MRI? Because the cost-savings and quality care at Pacific Imaging Center are outstanding.
PSI Blood Drive Sets New Mark
Last week’s blood drive at Pacific Surgical Institute was a huge success. Event coordinator Nancy Bjorkman (photo below) had set a goal of 18 units, but the drive generated 28!.
Pacific Imaging Center Goes the Extra Mile for Courtney Edwards
Courtney Edwards, who was 17 at the time, began suffering muscle weakness throughout her body in 2007 that has left her virtually paralyzed. Several doctors attempted to diagnose the problem but were unable to come up with a definitive cause.
Skagit County Resident Gives High Marks to Pacific Imaging Center
It might seem unusual for a resident of Skagit County to make a three-hour drive for an MRI, but Mary C-F will tell you it was definitely worth it.
PIC Upgrades MRI Capabilities
Pacific Imaging Center completed a significant upgrade to its MRI scanner during the first half of October. The result is increased gradient strength and resolution equal to or greater than that provided by any MRI scanner in the Tri-County area.