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Congratulations to Jay Anderson, recipient of the AHRA Award for Excellence!

Apr 28, 2021, 17:51 PM
Diagnostic Imaging Manager receives AHRA Award for innovation, leadership and administrative capabilities.
Jay Anderson, Diagnostic Imaging Manager

Jay Anderson, Diagnostic Imaging Manager for Skagit Valley Hospital, has been recognized by the American Healthcare Radiology Administrators (AHRA) for his innovation, leadership and administrative capabilities. This honor is awarded to only five AHRA members each year and he will be presented with the award at the AHRA Annual Meeting and Exposition in Nashville, TN this August.

Jay was nominated for his recent work on improving safe patient handling and infection control. He has been a strong proponent of enhancing employee safety by promoting the implementation of the Mobile Air Transfer Systems with the Emergency Department, Diagnostic Imaging and nursing staff to prevent push/pull injuries. He has also focused on areas of patient safety and infection control processes related to safe oxygen tank transport and handling.

Congratulations Jay! Thank you for your hard work and innovation. We are proud to have you on our team at Skagit Regional Health!

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Congratulations to Jay Anderson, recipient of the AHRA Award for Excellence!

Apr 28, 2021, 17:51 PM
Diagnostic Imaging Manager receives AHRA Award for innovation, leadership and administrative capabilities.
Jay Anderson, Diagnostic Imaging Manager

Jay Anderson, Diagnostic Imaging Manager for Skagit Valley Hospital, has been recognized by the American Healthcare Radiology Administrators (AHRA) for his innovation, leadership and administrative capabilities. This honor is awarded to only five AHRA members each year and he will be presented with the award at the AHRA Annual Meeting and Exposition in Nashville, TN this August.

Jay was nominated for his recent work on improving safe patient handling and infection control. He has been a strong proponent of enhancing employee safety by promoting the implementation of the Mobile Air Transfer Systems with the Emergency Department, Diagnostic Imaging and nursing staff to prevent push/pull injuries. He has also focused on areas of patient safety and infection control processes related to safe oxygen tank transport and handling.

Congratulations Jay! Thank you for your hard work and innovation. We are proud to have you on our team at Skagit Regional Health!