2019 RACC Election Results

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By CRA Staff

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The Radiology Administration Certification Commission (RACC) is pleased to announce the results of the recent commissioner elections. Donna Morris, CRA and Kimberly Evans, CRA have been elected to serve their first terms on the RACC, and David Partridge, CRA, has been re-elected to serve a second term on the Commission. Eric DeBastiani will also be joining the RACC in 2019 as the Public Commissioner.

Donna Morris is the Administrative Director of Hospital Imaging Services at Mary Washington Healthcare in Fredericksburg, Virginia. She has been a CRA since 2007.

 

Kimberly Evans is Director of Imaging at Christiana Care Health System in Newark, DE. She has been a CRA since 2011.

 

David Partridge is an Account Executive for Prestige Medical Imaging in Columbus, OH. He has been a CRA since 2006.

 

Eric DeBastiani works for Mylan Pharmaceuticals in Morgantown, WV and was voted in by RACC Commissioners in November.

4 comments

  1. Congratulation on joining the RACC, It is an important mission for the continued success of the credential, Thank You

  2. Congratulations to our new and re-elected commissioners and public member! This is an amazing team to be a part of and the CRA is an important part of our profession, you will serve it well!

  3. Congratulations to all. The RACC has a very important job to do, and I know that you all are “up for the challenge”!! Thank you for volunteering your time!

  4. Welcome to the RACC newcomers and thank you David or being re-elected!! You all will be a great team and move us into the future.

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