Massena Memorial Hospital is pleased to welcome Jeremy Marcil, RT (R) (CT) to the staff. Jeremy assumes the role of Administrative Director of Medical Imaging Services following the retirement of Bob Elsner in May.
Ralene North, RN, BSN, Chief Nurse Executive stated, “Jeremy returns to MMH bringing with him knowledge he acquired working throughout the Northeast with Siemens, seeing how others do it, and efficiencies he can bring to MMH. He has a helpful, pleasant, outgoing personality that will lead the department into the future. He leads by example with a smile, a sense of helpfulness and a can do attitude.”
Marcil previously had worked for MMH as a Registered CT and MRI Technologist for 14 years. Following his first tenure, he went on to work as a Team Leader and Senior CT Application Specialist for Siemens Corporation. It was during this time he travelled extensively, learning from many people along the way. “I left MMH in 2016 to take a position with Siemens Healthcare so that I could expand my expertise in radiology. I have been providing CT applications support to customers across the country. I have been to some of the largest medical centers in the US and some of the smallest clinics. I gained a little bit of knowledge from every director and employee that I came into contact with. Some of it was positive ideas and some things I learned to avoid, but every one of them has prepared me for the position that I am in today,” he stated.
Terence Schumpert, MD, Radiologist, spoke highly of Marcil as well, welcoming him back to MMH. “I am very excited to have Jeremy back at MMH. He was a great asset when he was here previously and will prove to be an even larger asset in his new role.”
Marcil is looking to build upon the progress Mr. Elsner made with the department. Marcil went on to say, “I am proud to take over where my previous manager left off. Mr. Elsner did a lot of great things for the hospital and I hope to continue his success and build on it. We have a lot of challenges facing us with the changes that are coming in the future, but with my current staff and the new things I have learned in my travels I believe that we will be better than ever.”