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Jack Berry - RT (ARRT) (MR) (CT) (R)

Jack Berry – RT (ARRT) (MR) (CT) (R)

Jack completed his initial coursework at the Academy of Health Sciences in San Antonio, Texas. He is licensed in three imaging modalities: radiology, computed tomography, and magnetic resonance. He is certified by the American Registry of Radiological Technologists (ARRT) and has continued to update his skills by attending training sessions in Eugene, Oregon; Las Vegas, Nevada; Kirkland, Washington; and San Francisco, California.

Jack has worked in a variety of imaging centers, from large military teaching institutions to smaller hospitals and clinics.

“It’s a pleasure and privilege to work at PIC.  It has given me the opportunity to utilize the best of what I’ve learned and experienced.”

Jack has more than 35 years of imaging experience – including 12 years specializing in MRI and 16 in CT – and has been the Director of Imaging Services at Pacific Imaging Center since 2006.

His goal is for the imaging staff to provide the best possible MRI experience for patients. In addition to personal service, this includes delivering the most comprehensive images and reports to your physician within 4 to 24 hours after your exam.

An avid mountain biker, Jack and his wife, Becky, also enjoy road riding together throughout the Pacific Northwest. They have three children.

Lynn Beasley – RT (R) (MR)

Lynn received certification from the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists after completing training at Huntington Memorial Hospital in Pasadena, California. After moving to Washington, she worked for 18 years at Evergreen Orthopedic Center (EOC) in Kirkland as a medical assistant and x-ray technician.

She passed her MRI boards in 1999 and began working as an MRI tech at EOC’s surgery center, which was equipped with a 1.5T GE scanner – the original version of the machine PIC utilizes.

In 2008, she was hired by Proliance Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine in Issaquah to assist with set-up of the MRI facility at their new surgery center, where she also served as lead technician.

Lynn enjoys gardening, swimming, kayaking, playing tennis, and spending time with her grandchildren.

Michael Boogman – RT (R) (MR)

Mike completed radiology coursework at Valley College in Southern California in 1970. As new modalities were introduced, he expanded his expertise and experience in nuclear medicine, ultrasound, CT and radiation therapy.

He worked for 17 years as chief technologist at San Fernando Community Hospital before joining Kaiser West Los Angeles Hospital as the lead technologist.

He moved to Oregon in 1996 and worked at Legacy Emanuel for several years before transferring to Legacy’s new hospital at Salmon Creek.

Mike enjoys cooking, working in the yard, watching football and horse racing, and attending his grandchildren’s sporting events.

Nancy Stone

Nancy began working as an office assistant at PIC in September 2009. Her job duties included scheduling and screening patients, preparing patients for their MRI, dealing with insurance providers, and assisting the technologists. Nancy also plays a role in marketing PIC’s services.

Prior to coming to PIC, she was part-owner of Saviano’s Pizzeria in Kelso. She has worked as a consultant for Mary Kay Cosmetics since 2004.

Nancy is an avid hiker and also enjoys canoeing and biking.

“I enjoy working at PIC because it’s a friendly, relaxed atmosphere,” she said. “Most importantly, my co-workers take as much pride in their work as I do.”

Monica Quenette

The newest member of the PIC staff, Monica began working as an office assistant in May 2014. Her responsibilities include scheduling, screening, and preparing patients for their MRIs.

She graduated from Washington State University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration. She has more than 20 years of experience in customer service, including five years at a family practice in Hood River, Oregon.

Monica is a wife and mother of four. She is a native of the Pacific Northwest; however, has a strong Irish heritage and has been to Ireland several times to visit family members. She enjoys the outdoors, swimming, reading (especially to her children), and baking.

“Pacific Imaging Center is a wonderful place to work,” she said. “My co-workers are very professional . Their first priority is the well-being of the patient, and that is an honorable quality.”

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