New Hampshire Society of Radiologic Technologists
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The Society was founded in 1956 by a small, dedicated group of technologists.
As the main voice of Radiographers in the State of New Hampshire, the Society is committed to the advancement of educational and professional status of credentialed Technologists.

The NHSRT is also committed to the education of the Public relative to radiation protection and safety, especially in the dissemination of information regarding the education and training of Radiologic Technologists. We are proud to be radiologic professionals. Through the efforts of our membership, our voices will be heard and our society will continue to grow in number and influence.

Please contact us with any ideas or suggestion you may have to make our society stronger and better. 

About New Hampshire Society of Radiologic Technologists
NHSRT Officers and Board Members 

I love what I do; I have over 30 years in the imaging field with concentrations in diagnostic imaging, mammography, education and management. I continue to learn and evolve within this profession. I treasure my times with patients and doing what I do best. I have lived in many states and have finally found a home in New Hampshire. I worked at Parkland Medical Center for 18 years. At Parkland Medical Center I started as a staff technologist. Then became a Clinical Education Supervisor, NHTI Adjunct, Clinical Coordinator, Clinical Manager and the Imaging Director.  I now work at Catholic Medical Center as a Mammographer returning to the modality where my heart is. I have been an active member of the NHSRT for 6 years as the Correspondence Secretary and look forward to the future endeavors of the profession and the society.
Delia Cater MS CRA RT(R) (M) -Vice President

I am a NHTI Graduate from the Class of 2007, and I have been in the medical field for 20 years now. I was first a Phlebotomist and fell in love with the medical field and helping people. I now work at Catholic Medical Center as a full time technologist and I still love it, all of it. I am a wife to my wonderful husband, Brian. He has been my support system for years and I could not do all I do without him. I am also a mother to two beautiful girls, Julianna and Jillian. They are amazing and always give me the perspective and love I need. We spend our time together as a family enjoying the outdoors here in NH. We are a family of avid skiers; we love Loon Mtn! 
Brandy C. Cusson, A.S., RT(R), PBT - President

Over 30 years ago , I received my BSRT in radiology. My practice has varied but I have been primarily in CT and MRI. I have been fortunate enough to be an ASRT MRI chapter delegate and am now part of
updating the MRI white paper, which includes the scope of practice.
I have been a part of the NHSRT for many years and have been privileged to hold many offices. I am currently a cross-sectional supervisor at Catholic Medical Center and I’ve been enjoying this hospital for
over 15 years.
Allyson Worthington - BS RT(R) (MR) (CT) - Legislative Liason/Treasurer

​I am a 2014 graduate of the Radiologic Technology Program at NHTI and in 2015 I received my Bachelors from LaRoche College in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania.  I moved to New Hampshire in 2011  from Pittsburgh and wanted a change from the other career paths I had previously chosen.  I love what I do now and I am so glad I decided to make that change!  I am currently a technologist at Concord Orthopaedics mainly in the Windham location, and have worked for them since my completion of the NHTI program. I have been on the NHSRT board since 2014 as well and started as the Membership Secretary but recently switched over to the media portion.  I look forward to many more years on the NHSRT Board as well as many more years of learning and advancing in my career.
Alicia Cable B.A. RT(R) - Media Secretary

I am the Radiology Floor Supervisor, Lead Mammographer and Associate PACS Administrator at Cottage Hospital in Woodsville, NH. She attended the Lebanon College School of Radiography in Lebanon, NH and achieved a Bachelor’s in Healthcare Administration at New England College in Henniker, NH. Elizabeth has published multiple manuscripts in ASRT’s Scanner and Radiologic Technology including Directed Readings in the topics of cervical spine trauma and hand and wrist trauma. Outside of work Elizabeth is an avid long-distance runner.
Elizabeth Paterson BS, RT(R)(CT)(M)(BD) - 
Correspondence Secretary

My current position is as Director of Radiology and Laboratory Services at a critical access hospital in rural New England. In the past I have been a staff technologist working in various modalities including radiography, CT and Bone Densitometry. I previously spent nearly ten years working in Radiography education. I received my radiography education at Mercy Medical Center School of Radiography in Rockville Center, NY and completed a Master’s Degree at Dartmouth College in Hanover, NH.
Additional volunteer experience includes:
· ASRT Radiography Delegate 2018-2020
· Member of the ASRT Radiologic Technology Editorial Review Board 2017-2021
· ASRT Scanner Editorial Advisory Panel 2017-2018
· Item Writer for the American Registry of Radiologic Technologist (ARRT) Bone Densitometry Examination 2016-2020
· Member of the ARRT Bone Densitometry Practice Analysis Committee 2016-2017
· Directed Readings published in Radiologic Technology on topics including Farm Injuries, Rural Trauma, and Cervical Spine Trauma

Jonathan Havrda MPH, CRA, RT(R)(CT)(BD) - 
Membership Secretary