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Washington Regional Medical Center welcomes director of Imaging Services 

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Washington Regional

Sissy Pederson, CRA, RT (R) (M), recently joined the Washington Regional Medical Center as Director of Imaging Services. Ms. Pederson comes to Washington Regional from the University Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, Texas where she served as Administrative Director of Breast Imaging.

An Arkansas native, Ms. Pederson has an extensive background in healthcare administration. She attended St. Vincent School of Radiologic Technology in Little Rock and earned certification as a radiologic technologist. She is also certified in Radiology Administration and holds advanced certification in Mammography.

“We are extremely pleased to have Sissy join out team,” stated Mark Bever, Executive VP and Administrator of WRMC. “Her background and experience in healthcare combined with her management skills made her the absolute best candidate for this position.”

“Washington Regional is an exciting and progressive work environment,” said Ms. Pederson. “There are so many wonderful people on the WRMC team – I’m looking forward to the opportunities this position offers and to working with the dedicated group of healthcare professionals who make up the Washington Regional care team. I loved Houston, but it’s really good to be back home in Arkansas.”

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