Friday, April 17, 2015

AMI Spotlight: Cape May Court House Front Desk Staff

The AMI Spotlight is featuring the front desk staff at the Cape May Court House Office. Being greeted with a friendly smile is vitally important.  We want to ensure that our patients have the best possible experience, from the time they walk through our doors until they leave the office after their exam.  

Meet Rosie and Kathleen, two of the front desk receptionists at the Cape May Court House office.  They often work together and enjoy seeing the returning patients and meeting the new patients. 

When they are not at work, both women are busy raising their children. Rosie, who has been with Atlantic Medical Imaging for over ten years, has four children. Kathleen has three children. During the week, they are usually running the kids to and from sports practice but on the weekends you can find them cheering them on at the games. 

The next time you are in the Cape May Court House office, be sure to say hello to Rose and Kathleen!

Friday, April 3, 2015

AMI Spotlight: Meet Stephen O'Boyle RT, R, (MR)

The AMI Spotlight is on Steve O'Boyle, RT, R, (MR), an MRI technologist at the Cape May Court House office. Steve is a graduate of the Atlantic City Medical Center School of Radiologic Technology and has more than 20 years of experience.  He has been working with Atlantic Medical Imaging for the past 15 years.  Although Steve primarily works in the Cape May Court House office, you may see him in one of the other AMI offices.

Steve is the Quality Assurance technologist for the MRI department and is responsible for ensuring that we adhere to the American College of Radiology (ACR) accreditation requirements for all MRI machines. 

Knowing that some patients may have fears about having an MRI, Steve explains the exam to them and ensures that they feel relaxed and comfortable. He enjoys meeting the patients and helping them through their appointment.

When asked what he enjoys most about being an MRI technologist, Steve said, "The most rewarding part of my day is completing a quality exam to ensure the patient will get the help they need to get better.  Every day there is a different challenge but I wouldn't change it for anything. I am fortunate that AMI is a company that keeps up with the latest technology.  I am always learning new procedures and improving the way I care for patients."

When he isn't working, Steve enjoys music and raising his three teenage girls in the Upper Township section of Cape May County. 

Continue to check back to see who will be in the next AMI Spotlight! 

Friday, March 27, 2015

AMI Spotlight: Radiologic Technologists, Cape May Court House

The Radiologic Technologists from the Cape May Court House office are in the AMI Spotlight this week. Cape May Court House has 12 technologists, who are certified in specific modalities including X-ray, Ultrasound, CT, MRI, Nuclear Medicine, and Mammography.  The technologists strive to provide patients with the best imaging experience possible.

Meet the technologists from the Cape May Court House office.

If you have had an x-ray in our Cape May Court House office, you may have seen Mary and Gerri (l to r).  Their smiling faces help keep patients at ease during their exam.

Neal is an ultrasonographer. He performs many different types of ultrasounds ranging from obstetric to arterial imaging. To ensure that patients are comfortable, Neal explains what kind of study is performed and what it involves. 
When asked why he enjoys working for Atlantic Medical Imaging, Neal responded, "AMI is great  for my career with the possibility of growth. Also, I have the ability to learn new procedures and technology as well as consult with other top medical professionals."

Carla and Monica (l to r) are two mammography technologists at the Cape May Court House office and Kate is a technical aide. Carla and Monica are here to make sure your exam is as quick and comfortable as possible. They can also answer any questions you may have about your mammogram.   
As a technical aide, Kate assists the technologists by greeting patients and escorting them to the exam area. A technical aide is an essential part of our imaging team, ensuring that each patient is prepared and ready for the technologist to perform the exam.

Steve and Jamie are MRI technologists at the Cape May Court House office. Safety is the first priority for each patient. Before positioning a patient in the MRI machine, the MRI technologists will carefully screen each patient, reviewing medical history and making sure they do not have any metal (on them or in their body). Jamie understands how important it is for the patient to feel comfortable, and sees herself as their cheerleader, encouraging them throughout the scan.

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