Happy MRT Week!

Happy MRT Week!

Thank you for all of your contributions, professionalism and care.

You are essential for the well-being of Albertans. We celebrate and appreciate all that you do, not only during MRT Week, but all year round.

MRT Week recognized at Alberta Legislative Assembly
Honourable Sarah Hoffman, Deputy Premier and Minister of Health introduced Karen Stone, CEO/Registrar ACMDTT;  members of the University of Alberta Radiation Therapy program, Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry; and AHS medical radiation leaders to the Alberta Legislative Assembly on November 9, 2017 as part of MRT Week.

Honourable Sarah Hoffman stated, “The integral role of diagnostic and therapeutic care is often overlooked, so it’s truly an honour to stand up with them and celebrate their hard work, dedication and expertise in making life better for Albertans.”

Left to right: Susan Fawcett, Director, Radiation Therapy Program, U of A Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry; Mona Delisle; Director, Quality, Safety and Patient Experience, Alberta Health Services; Fiona Mitchell, Senior Practice Leader, Radiation Therapy, AHS; Jackie Middleton, FSO-Radiation Therapy Instructor, MED Oncology, U of A Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry; Honourable Sarah Hoffman, Deputy Premier and Minister of Health; Cynthia Palmaria, Faculty Service Officer, Radiation Therapy Program, U of A Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry; Laura Grose, Faculty Service Officer, Radiation Therapy Program, U of A Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry; Karen Stone, CEO/Registrar ACMDTT

City of Calgary recognizes “MRT Week”.
Mayor Nenshi wrote:
“The City of Calgary recognizes Nov 5-11, 2017 as Medical Radiation Technologists (MRT) Week and salutes the dedication and commitment of these professionals who demonstrate excellence in patient care.”

Click here for the letter of recognition.

 

As part of Medical Radiation Technologist week, I had the pleasure of introducing several faculty members from Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry – University of Alberta as well as the Alberta College of Medical Diagnostic and Therapeutic Technologists.
The integral role of diagnostic and therapeutic care is often overlooked, so it’s truly an honour to stand up with them and celebrate their hard work, dedication and expertise in making life better for Albertans.