July 2, 2009 -
Olympic Medical Center employees Steve Conat, Kristina Sallee, Jeremiah Shearer and Kevin Tracy recently passed certification exams through the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists. Conat is now a radiologic technologist in MRI and Sallee in mammography. Shearer and Tracy both earned their certification in computerized tomography (CT).
“We are very pleased with Steve, Kristina, Jeremiah and Kevin for taking the time to achieve this feat,” says John Troglia, diagnostic imaging manager. “In order to take the exam, these employees had to have significant documented experience in their respective areas of CT, Mammography and MRI. Earning these credentials is impressive and we are proud to have staff dedicated to enhancing their skills.”
Tracy started his health care path at Olympic Medical in 1990 as a housekeeper and a few years later began attending school to become an X-ray technologist. Shearer has worked at OMC since 2000 when he started as a radiology transporter. In 2004 he became a radiologic technologist (X-ray). Conat and Sallee have been with Olympic Medical as radiologic technologists since 2007.
Please log on to www.olympicmedical.org and click on “Services” to learn more about diagnostic imaging services and capabilities at Olympic Medical Center.
Olympic Medical Center is a comprehensive health care provider for more than 70,000 residents of Clallam County. It provides inpatient services at its 126-bed acute care facility, and outpatient services, including cancer care, cardiac services, imaging, surgical services, rehabilitation therapy, laboratory and home health at locations throughout the Olympic Peninsula region. For more information call 417-7000 or visit us at www.olympicmedical.org.