Please join us for the Fall 2022 Mississippi Radiological Society Meeting
October 11th, 2022
Koestler Prime, Ridgeland, MS
Hosted by Management Services Network, LLC
We are so excited to welcome Barbara Rubel, MBA from Management Services Network, LLC as our speaker!
Barbara has been a leader with MSN Client Services since 1998. Her extensive background in strategic planning, market research, healthcare marketing, and managed care negotiations provide a wealth of information to support MSN Clients. Barbara has also been highly involved in industry organizations, serving as President of the Radiology Business Management Association (RBMA), the Georgia RBMA, and the Florida RBMA. In addition, she chaired the influential RBMA Federal Affairs Committee and the RBMA Technology Taskforce and was a member of the RBMA Data Committee. Her work on behalf of radiology has earned her the RBMA Special Recognition Award (2010), and the RBMA Global Achievement Award (2013), and she is a Fellow of the RBMA.
Meridian Community College Radiologic Technology Program graduate Hannah Dues received the Mississippi Radiological Society Scholarship.
As a state chapter of the American College of Radiology, the Mississippi Radiological Society offer scholarships to the top graduates of Radiologic Technology Programs in Mississippi who exemplify academic excellence, financial need, and sound moral character.
Dues, who once worked as a licensed veterinary nurse, joined the College’s Radiologic Technology Program to learn more about diagnostic imaging. Her clinical preceptors described her as always willing to help with a great attitude and enthusiasm. Dues, who plans to pursue a higher degree as a radiology assistant, was also recognized as the Outstanding Radiologic Technology Student during the College’s Award Night ceremony. She and her husband, Jay, have two children, Charlotte, 8, and Joey, 6.
The 34,000 members of the American College of Radiology include radiologists, radiation oncologists, medical physicists, interventional radiologists, and nuclear medicine physicians.
The winner of the 2022 Superior Student in Diagnostic Medical Sonography (DMS) is
Robin Melissa Wiley. This award is given to a Diagnostic Medical Sonography Program student that demonstrates high academic achievement, exemplary accomplishments in the clinical setting, is of sound moral character, and exhibits an inspiring presence that motivates and impacts others.
Robin Melissa Wiley is a dependable, conscientious, hard-working student. Robin is a
Dean’s List Scholar who has maintained a 3.85 GPA while she has been enrolled at Hinds
Community College. Robin is a single mom who exemplifies time management. She is always on time, prepared, and eager to learn. Robin has participated in numerous community service projects and recruiting events for the Nursing and Allied Health Campus of Hinds. Robin has participated in multiple fund raising projects that will enable her class to attend a Sonography Board Review for the ARDMS Abdomen Certification Exam.
Robin Wiley represents all that Hinds Community College could hope for in a student.
She is dedicated to gaining the knowledge and skills that will enable her to provide the highest quality of care to her patients. I have enjoyed having Robin as a student, and I am certain she will be an asset to her family, her profession, her community, and ultimately her patients.
The Mississippi Radiological Society offers an annual scholarship to an outstanding student from each school of radiologic technology in Mississippi. Selection recommendations to the Mississippi Radiology Society are made by the training program directors based on the following criteria: academic excellence, sound moral character and financial need. The Society is pleased to offer a $400 scholarship to each of these eleven outstanding students each year.
Mississippi Delta Community College Radiology Technology Program would like to congratulate Gracie Turner on receiving the 2022 Mississippi Radiological Society scholarship. Gracie will graduate from Radiologic Technology program at MDCC May 2022. She is a member of the Lambda Nu and Phi Theta Kappa honor society. Gracie plans to continue her education in diagnostic medical sonography in the fall.
The Mississippi Radiological Society offers an annual scholarship to an outstanding student from each school of radiologic technology in Mississippi. Selection recommendations to the Mississippi Radiological Society are made by the training program directors based on the following criteria: academic excellence, sound moral character and financial need. The Society is pleased to offer a $400 scholarship to each of these eleven outstanding students each year.
Mississippi Radiological Society and Copiah-Lincoln Community College would like to congratulate sophomore Carli Galbreath, of Natchez, MS, for receiving the 2022 scholarship for Outstanding Radiology Technology Student of the Year! Ms. Galbreath is a 2015 graduate of Monterey High School. She is also a member of the National Technical Honor Society at Copiah-Lincoln Community College.
Mississippi Radiological Society would like to thank our Annual Meeting sponsors, Boston Scientific and Varian International!