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Pacific Vascular Institute for Continuing Medical Education

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Pacific Vascular Institute for Continuing Medical Education (PVICME)
11714 North Creek Pkwy N
Suite 100
Bothell, WA. 98011
Phone: (425) 398-7772
Fax: (425) 486-8976

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On-site Course Faculty

Edwin C. Brockenbrough, MD, Medical Director, Pacific Vascular / PVICME
Dr. Brockenbrough has served as Medical Director for Pacific Vascular and PVICME for over 10 years. He is a graduate of the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and took his training in surgery at the Johns Hopkins Hospital, National Heart Institute, and the University of Washington. He is Board Certified in both General Surgery and Thoracic Surgery.  Dr. Brockenbrough was the founder and Director of the Vascular Laboratory at Harborview Medial Center, Seattle, while also serving as Associate Surgeon-in-Chief. He is Clinical Professor of Surgery at the University of Washington and a contributor to professional journals.  As a practicing surgeon in the Seattle area he has had a special interest in vascular diagnostics as well as vascular surgery. He has served as the president of the King County Medical Society, of the Washington State Chapter of the American College of Surgeons, and of the North Pacific Surgical Association. Dr. Brockenbrough has also served as Chief of Staff at Northwest Hospital in Seattle and is currently a member of the Board of Trustees.

Donnalee Davis, CNRN
Donnalee has worked and taught in the field of nursing and radiology since graduating from Pennstate in 1983. She has co-authored numerous papers and made over 70 presentations througout the nation on the subject of Intraoperative Transcranial Doppler. Donnalee is currently one of the leading instructors in the U.S today in the field of TCD/TCI. Her study projects also include WASID (Warfarin-Aspirin Symptomatic Intracranial Disease), Sickle Cell Program, Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus (NPH) and TCD Multicenter Study, Emboli Following Interventional GDC Coiling of Aneurysms, and Laboratory Re-Accreditation.

Keith A. Fujioka, BS, RVT, FSVU
Keith’s career in Vascular Technology began in 1980 at a time when state of the art meant you had a continuous wave Doppler, a few blood pressure cuffs and a plethysmograph. With the advent and widespread utilization of duplex scanning the field has undergone considerable change, so much so, that the field itself underwent a name change to Vascular Ultrasound.

Over that span of time Keith has served in a number of positions from Registered Vascular Technologist, Research and Education Coordinator, Director of Education, Technical Director and now, President and CEO of Pacific Vascular Incorporated.

He has been active in his support of the field through participation in the Society of Vascular Ultrasound, both on a local and national level. In addition to serving as Chair of a number of committees and as a member of many others over the years, he served as SVU President in 1998-99. He was inducted as a Fellow of the Society of Vascular Ultrasound in 1997 and received the Society’s most distinguished service award, the Leadership Award in 1999.

Keith’s special interest in cerebrovascular testing, both extracranial and intracranial, has resulted in numerous publications, both in medical journals and text and opportunities to share his knowledge in a variety of educational venues. He especially enjoys the opportunity PVICME provides to work with students on a more personal level and address subject matter in greater depth.

Terence Quigley, MD, RPVI
Dr. Quigley joined Pacific Vascular as an Associate Physician in 2002 and as PVICME advisory physician in 2003. A graduate of Boston University, Dr. Quigley completed his residency and research training at the University of Minnesota Hospital, Minneapolis, MN and served as Chief Resident, Surgery from 1982 – 83. Dr. Quigley was in active duty with the United States Air Force from 1983 – 1988 during which he achieved several honors and awards including National Research Service Award, Air Force Meritorious Service Medal, and was appointed as Military Consultant in Vascular Surgery to the Surgeon General in 1987.

Highly published, his assortment of topics include “Endarterectomy for asymptomatic Carotid artery stenos­is, JAMA 273 (18):1421, 1995; “Current Management and clinical outcome of hemangiopericytomas. Am J. Surg, 163(5): 490—493, 1992; “The shift toward a managed care environment in a multispecialty group practice model. Arch Surg 131: 1027, 1996.

Dr. Quigley has made the list of Seattle’s Best Doctors (2000), Best Doctors in America (2001) and as a member of the Consumer’s Checkbook of Top Doctors (2004). Dr. Quigley currently works at Northwest Surgical Specialists in Seattle, WA

Norma J. Vandenberghe, RN, RVT
Norma is a graduate of the University of Washington's School of Nursing. Her vascular training includes OTJ training in Noninvasive Vascular Diagnostic Technology under the direction of D.E Strandness Jr., MD in the Vascular Section at the University of Washington?s Department of Surgery. During this period, she assisted in the development of several of the protocols currently accepted for duplex evaluation of vascular sites. She was Manager and Technical Director of the University of Washington clinical Vascular Diagnostic Service and has since started three new vascular labs. She is a member of the American Registry of Diagnostic Medical Sonographers, (ARDMS), Society of Vascular Ultrasound (SVU) and Northwest Vascular Technologists (NWVT). She has taught numerous CME, professional education and Physician Interpretation courses; topics include Carotid Duplex Scanning, Lower Extremity Arterial Duplex Scanning, Venous Duplex Scanning, Abdominal Duplex Scanning, and Duplex Evaluation of Dialysis Access Grafts. She has presented at conferences for both the SVU and the Canadian Society of Vascular Technology, and has done independent teaching in Switzerland and Germany. Norma is currently the Technical Director of the Diagnostic Vascular Laboratory at Overlake Internal Medicine Associates, Bellevue, WA.

Anne Heneberry RVT
G Anne Heneberry graduated from Boston University in 1984 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Communications (Concentration: Advertising/Marketing). She began her career with Pacific Vascular in 2002 and received her certification as a Registered Vascular Technologist in 2003. Anne has contributed to PVICME with her expertise in ?hands on? training since 2004 in both (carotid and abdominal). She is consistently relied upon to provide training to incoming new Pacific Vascular trainees and sits on the Pacific Vascular Board of Directors.

Lana L. Obie, BS, RVT
Lana began her vascular ultrasound career with Pacific Vascular in the fall of 1989. She is a graduate of Pacific Lutheran University with a Bachelors of Science degree in Exercise Science and a minor in Biology. Lana has enjoyed participating in the medical education department in a variety of ways since 1997. She has since been regularly involved in the hands-on teaching of transcranial Doppler and duplex scanning for carotids, lower and upper extremity arteries and veins and abdominal exams. Lana has also been the model roster coordinator for the hands-on sessions of PVICME courses since 2000. Additionally, in 2001 Lana substitute taught lower extremity venous duplex lectures for the general vascular and physicians interpretation courses. In March 2008 she began teaching the lower extremity arterial duplex section of the physicians interpretation course. Other career highlights of Lana?s include consulting to the Community Hospital of the Monterey Peninsula in lower extremity arterial and abdominal exams in 1998. Additionally in 2002 she trained with Vasometrix Inc. Ultrasound Core Laboratory in Montreal Canada to supervise Pacific Vascular?s participation in data collection through 2003 for a clinical trial of Pfizer Inc. Furthermore Lana works as a PVI in-house trainer working one on one with RVT trainees and she provides the trainee groups with a week of didactic lecture in lower extremity arterial testing.

Elimie (Mimi) Rosagaron, BA, RVT
Mimi is excited and honored to be a part of the Pacific Vascular Medical Education Department. This is her first year with the department as a teacher of the upper extremity vascular course, subsequent to this, has been involved with hands on in the lower/upper extremity vascular course, carotid/tcd course, and abdominal course. Also has been involved as a PVI in house trainer working one on one with new RVT trainees. Graduated with her Bachelor's of Arts degree in Human Development from Washington State University in 2002 and worked as a teacher's assistant for 6 years. In 2004, joined the PVI family and has been a recipient of Pacific Vascular's Excellence Award multiple years.

Lisa McAdam, RVT
Lisa began her career in healthcare in 1991 working at St. Elizabeth Medical Center in Yakima, WA. She later expanded her skills to include the title of Monitor Technician in the step down and intensive care units. Lisa graduated from Yakima Valley Community College in 2000 with an Associates of Arts and Science degree with a major in human biology and a minor in performing arts. She began her Vascular Ultrasound career in 2000 with Pacific Vascular and has been dedicated since. She passed the RVT exam in 2003 and frequently assisted PVICME as a hands-on instructor. In addition, she also filled the role as a Marketing Lab Representative for Pacific Vascular for several years. Her specific interest is in medical education and the active pursuit of knowledge in medicine. Lisa is currently expanding her education by working on her Bachelors of Science degree in ultrasound through the Oregon Institute of Technology.

Josh Mesger, BS, RVT
Josh graduated in 2006 from Southeast Missouri State University with a Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science. He worked as an Ergonomic Educator for Valley Medical Center in Renton, WA until joining PVI in 2007. Josh earned his Registered Vascular Technologist certification in 2008. He is excited to join PVICME and teach the lower extremity venous portion of the curriculum. Josh brings lots of enthusiasm and knowledge to PVICME. Josh has contributed to hands-on training for carotid and venous exams and looks forward to working with PVICME participants.






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