Celebrating Women in Medical Imaging

Throughout history and across the globe women have played important roles in health care. Today you can find women in leadership positions across a wild variety of medical imaging positions and specialities. According to the most recent U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics survey, women make up 72.5% of Medical and health services managers.

Baby boomer starting a new career

Supporting women working in medical imaging is part of our mission, and we’ve had the privilege of interviewing a wide variety of leaders, pioneers, and experts working in sonography. Please join us in celebrating their accomplishments and knowledge.

Sonographer Samantha Callis

Interview with Sonographer Samantha Sawyer

There are those that are content with their position as a sonographer…and then there are individuals who emanate wholehearted enthusiasm for their ultrasound profession. Such is the case with Samantha…
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Sandra Minck, RDMS

OB/GYN Sonographer Sandra Minck, RDMS

Sandra Minck, RDMS has been a Registered Diagnostic Medical Sonographer (RDMS) for nearly 29 years. She was inspired to start her ultrasound career after seeing that first sonogram while pregnant…
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Heather Christensen is a Physician’s Assistant and graduate of Northeastern University

The Beneficial Uses of Core Ultrasound

Heather Christensen, PA-C, CSS is a Physician’s Assistant and graduate of Northeastern University. In her practice, she uses ultrasound to teach individuals how to exercise properly in order to resolve…
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Adina Pupko, BS, RDMS, RDCS

Adina Pupko, BS, RDMS, RDCS

Diagnostic Medical Sonography Program Director Adina Pupko, BS, RDMS, RDCS Ms. Pupko has been the Program Director for the Echo-Vascular track of the Diagnostic Medical Sonography program at Center for…
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“My advice is raise your hand and say, ‘I can make a difference.’”

– Nancy Howell Agee, CEO of Carilion Clinic in Virginia

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