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Good Press: AARC Members in the News

June 27, 2011

Check out our latest list of newsmakers—

Doug Masini
Doug Masini

Matthew Hill
Matthew Hill

Heather Kalill
Heather Kalill

Lois Rowland
Lois Rowland

Sherry Compton
Sherry Compton

  • April Sigman is noted for swooping down in a transport helicopter to take part in a career day for kindergarteners in this article in the Hudson Hub Times out of Ohio. The outing was arranged by her transport team’s medical director, who has a child in the school.
  • This article in the Tacoma, WA, News Tribune lists the candidates running for a school board seat currently held by Kim Golding, who is vacating the position after serving since 2005.
  • Doug Masini’s students are featured in two recent articles in his school newspaper: this one focuses on their clinical rotations at a local children’s hospital, while this one profiles student Bob May, who got into the profession after being treated for asthma as a child.
  • Tom Bascetta is pictured in this article the Hartford, CT, Courant about his transport program’s use of night vision goggles.
  • Bob Miller talks about some of the state-of-the-art treatments and modalities delivered by his RT department in this article in the Hernando, FL, Today, including a new device to aid in the event of cardiac arrest. “We are the only hospital in the county doing this that I am aware of,” he was quoted as saying.
  • Matthew Hill is featured in this article on the KAJ18 website out of Kalispell, MT, about his recent win in the Montana Lottery. Matthew says he’ll use his $25,000 prize to pay off some bills and maybe buy a new car.
  • Liz Ridenhour comments on volunteering at a local asthma camp in this article in the Salisbury, NC, Post. “I just wanted to help with the kids,” she was quoted as saying. “It’s been really fun.”
  • Heather Kalill, Lois Rowland, Sherry Compton, and Stacey Smith are all noted for helping to bring the Virginia Society for Respiratory Care’s Semi-Annual District meeting to Danville Regional Medical Center in this article on the hospital’s website.
  • Carrie Tracy comments on a double lung transplant patient taking part in her pulmonary rehabilitation program in this article in the Beloit, WI, Daily News. “Carol has always been a remarkable patient,” she is quoted as saying. “Since her transplant, she is clinically a new person with clear breath sounds, no wheezing.”
 
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