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Randy L. Christensen , PA-C, CRNA

Osnabrock High School
BSN: University of North Dakota; Grand Forks, ND
PA-C: UND School of Medicine; Grand Forks, ND
CRNA: Central ND School of Anesthesia; Bismarck, ND
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64-Slice CT Scanner Arrived June 17
Ten years ago, we received the first Phillips 16-slice CT scanner in a five state area and we are the last ones to replace it with a 64-slice CT scanner. What does this mean for the patient -- instead of being able to take 16 slices or images in one rotation it can now take 64 slices or images in one rotation. This decreases the amount of time for the scan and it increases the number of images that we can get - giving more detail. In several rotations, one CT exam can produce thousands of images to study. The new scanner includes a MITA Smart Dose Standards allowing CT scanners to report required customized radiation dose information with the images. Customized dose is based on age Automatic Exposure Controls (AEC) automatically controls dose within a certain parameter, and Dose Check, which will warn the operator when the dose is going to exceed established thresholds. In addition, our old scanner was 10 years old. It was a good scanner for us but we are reaching a point where mechanically the parts would start wearing and we would start seeing a lot more downtime due to that. full story >>
Foundation Nation Golf Tournament
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Welcome Cameron MacInnis - UND Breen Student
Cameron MacInnis will be with WRHS from July 13 - 30. Cameron grew up in Northern California, in a town called Santa Rosa. He later moved to Albuquerque, to attend the University of New Mexico, where he studied Biology and Health Communication. Cameron stayed in Albuquerque for an extra year to work with college students in a faith based mentoring program. He is currently attending the University of North Dakota School of Medicine and Health Science for a degree in Medicine. Cameron is currently interested in Family Medicine, but enjoys many other fields as well. full story >>
Welcome ROME Students
The Rural Opportunities in full story >>
Meet Our New Employees
Back Left to Right: full story >>
Our 2015 Scholarship Recipients
CONGRATULATIONS! full story >>
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