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Carter Lee
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Service-oriented Dr.  and radiologist] with 40 year background in clinical and hospital  medicine]. Core competencies include [diagnostic radiology, medical  and leadership skills as well as excellent communication and time management skills. Handles tasks with accuracy and efficiency.

  • General Medicine provided emergency room and  hospital general medical care for 20 years  in the military  as a secondary duty with primary duty  as diagnostic radiologist and later hospital commander.
    Judgment and Decision Making in the military and private practice I had significant responsibility for personnel equipment and programs.  I was constantly training and validating  skills of  personal partners and myself.. When I entered the employment of  Wenatchee Valley clinic  I became an alternate board member  and endeavored to  contribute my best  judgments and opinions  for guiding the clinic and my personal responsibility of the Moses Lake Radiology Department  on a day-to-day basis..
  • Complex Problem Solving during my 40 or medical career there were many practice changes and  new technologies which needed to be learned  evaluated and implemented.. The first was ultrasound  followed by  CT and MRI  and pet imaging.. Nuclear medicine developed steadily. Finally fusion PET-CT became  the standard.. All of these transitions took significant  problem solving and innovative efforts. I certainly was not the total  team but felt that I was a strong contributor in all of these areas..Many of the early unsolvable  problem cases  became solvable with newer technology.  There will always be a problem cases as long as were dealing with human  biological variability..
  • Education and Training.attending college  on a full  competitive academic scholarship.. I was awarded a military scholarship  to medical school  covering all expenses. So I was on active duty when I was not in school. I completed a military iinternship and residencybefore becoming a board-certified radiologist and  providing 20 years service to the military and 20 years to private practice of medicine.
  • Administration and Management.after the military started a private practice of radiology which grew to include  mobile mammography, mobile CT, mobile MRI and mobile original organization merged with other radiology groups and together had over 100 employees. I was the Majority Leader and major stockholder of the organization. w.e were owners of radiology clinics, offices and provided services for hospitals. I became head of radiology at a new hospital which was a product of a new medical society that I was instrumental in establishing. It required significant medical networking  and political negotiation in the community to get the new hospital approved.. I was a vice presidents medical Society for its formative years..
  • Telecommunications:my group was an early adopter of  teleradiology for our local offices.. I demonstrated  a commercial  teleradiology system at the international RSNA in 1985.. The system worked over standard telephone lines and could be used  with military communication networks..
  • Equipment Selection: during my time in  the military and private practice radiology I was responsible for evaluating and purchasing equipment and services which totaled over $10 million.
Chief Science Officer Apr 2013Present Moses Lake Group LLC Moses Lake, WA Science and Technology evaluations for commercialization.
Work under NCND with multiple groups
Goal commercialization of patented products
Diagnostic Radiologist Feb 1992Mar 2013 Wennatchee Valley Clinic Wennatchee, WA Chief of Radiology Moses Lake Clinic branch of Wennatchee Valley Clinic- Medical center 
  • Supervise perform or interpret the outcomes of diagnostic imaging procedures including magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), computer tomography (CT), , nuclear medicine study including cardiology treadmill studies, mammography, CT and ultrasound guided biopsies,, general x-ray, fluoroscopic  procedures, biopsies and venous catheter evaluation send placements.
  • Obtain patients' histories from electronic records, patient interviews, dictated reports, or by communicating with referring clinicians.
  • Prepare comprehensive interpretive reports of findings.
  • Review or transmit images and information using picture archiving or communications systems.
  • Communicate examination results or diagnostic information to referring physicians, patients, or families.
  • Evaluate medical information to determine patients' risk factors, such as allergies to contrast agents, or to make decisions regarding the appropriateness of procedures.
  • Provide counseling to radiologic patients to explain the processes, risks, benefits, or alternative treatments.
  • Instruct radiologic staff in desired techniques, positions, or projections.
  • Confer with medical professionals regarding image-based diagnoses.
  • Coordinate radiological services with other medical activities.
  • Develop or monitor procedures to ensure adequate quality control of images.
  • Recognize or treat complications during and after procedures, including blood pressure problems, pain, oversedation, or bleeding.
  • Administer radiopaque substances by injection, orally, or as enemas to render internal structures and organs visible on x-ray films or fluoroscopic screens.
  • Participate in quality improvement activities including discussions of areas where risk of error is high.
Colonel US Army Medical Corps Sep 1966Jun 1996 Us Army and National Guard Tacoma , WA Distinguished military graduate, Regular Army Commission  from college..
22 years of active service  including eight years of reserve  in the Washington Army National Guard.
Retired with the rank of Colonel Commander of a MASH Mobile Army Surgical Hospital
Chief Professional Services  300 bed Evac Hospital
Army radiologist and General Medical officer
 I am one of the few diagnostic Radiologist who has had over 20 years of general medicine hands on patient care clinical experience in the Military so I understand referring clinical physicians and their problems,
After my active military service and while I was with the reserve and National Guard I  started and ran my own radiology practice and mobile x-ray CT and MRI services for 10 years.  I have significant business development experience. I am a lifelong learner with extensive experience in medical business and hospital problem-solving. I currently have consulting jobs in the science technology and medical fields.
Radiology Residency Jun 1974 Brooke Army medical Center San Antonio, TX
M.D. : medicine Jun 1970 Indiana University school of medicine Indianapolis, IN
Bachelor of Science : Psychology Jun 1966 Loyola University Chicago, IL
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Previous Companies:

  • Moses Lake Group LLC
  • Wennatchee Valley Clinic
  • Us Army and National Guard

Previous Job Positions:

  • Chief Science Officer
  • Diagnostic Radiologist
  • Colonel US Army Medical Corps


  • Brooke Army medical Center
  • Indiana University school of medicine
  • Loyola University

Level of Education:

  • M.D.
  • Bachelor of Science

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