Posts tagged ‘herman’

June 27, 2013

Introducing Dr. Jeff Herman

UnknownNow that you’ve seen Dr. Jeff Herman explain the many aspects of MRI, from “What’s that?” to MRI safety, we’d like to introduce him to you as a person and a doctor. (Doctors are people too!)

Jeff Herman, MD is a board-certified radiologist. He’s also a tech-enthusiast, an adventurous traveler and challenge-seeker. Also, he’s funny.

How do all these parts sum up into Dr. Herman? One of the best ways to express it may be this: he’s always willing to put himself out there. He’ll toss his ego aside for a good joke. He’ll toss his fear aside and eat some strange new food. And he’ll toss being intimidated aside and go for the ever-timidating college experience: medical school.

Dr. Herman’s resume speaks for itself, so we won’t launch into great detail about his educational excellence and career successes. You don’t have to take our word for it, but for the sake of expediency (or perhaps fear of boring you with a barrage of information) we’ll just link to his credentials.

To speak more about why we like having him around, let’s just say we like a dude who is practically giddy about zero-emissions cars, and we appreciate someone who takes a stand for a cause he believes in. Whether he’s advocating for his patients’ health or being an encouraging member of the team, his positivity shines, and his jokes (usually) get laughs.

June 25, 2013

MRI: Is there radiation involved? – Dr. Jeff Herman

June 25, 2013

MRI: Will I feel the magnets or magnetic fields? – Dr. Jeff Herman

June 18, 2013

MRI: Claustrophobia and Relaxation

June 13, 2013

MRI: Communication and Breaks

June 11, 2013

MRI: Open? Closed? Who Decides?

June 4, 2013

MRI: The downside of open-sided or “open” MRIs

May 21, 2013

MRI: “Closed” is actually “open-ended”

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