Laurie Haynie, Registered Radiologic Technologist; Certified Nuclear Medicine Technologist, is the Chief Nuclear Medicine Technologist for CereScan. Laurie has been working in the Radiology and Nuclear medicine fields for over 30 years. Her practical experience includes 16 years at Plains Regional Medical Center in New Mexico, as well as working in private practice and an Emergency Medicine clinic. Laurie works from start to finish with our patients, performing all of the proprietary technical aspects of our imaging processes. In addition to her outstanding technical skills, she has a wonderful manner with people, providing excellent patient care every step of the way. Laurie also provides technical oversight of our affiliate clinics with remote and on-site supervision & training of the Nuclear Medicine Staff.
Deb Scheer is a Patient Care Coordinator. Her background includes over 15 years in the medical field assisting patients in the role of medical assistant. She also served as a corporate trainer, teaching consultative sales. Deb’s passionate, caring nature motivates her to understand a patient’s concerns, to educate them about our imaging procedures, and to compassionately guide them through the process. She earned her BA in Music from the State University of New York at Oswego. Deb has been a part of the CereScan team since August
Patient Care Coordinator
Director of Clinical Operations
Hilary Morris is the Director of Clinical Operations at CereScan. In her role as Director of Clinical Operations, Hilary ensures the clinic maintains the highest level of advanced patient care, warmth, and professionalism. She also collaborates with Executive Leadership to increase the clinic’s opperational efficiencies. Additionally, she strategically manages referral relations and develops initiatives and partnerships for growth. Hilary also works with CereScan’s data analytics department in their develop CereScan’s imaging analytics platform, which is also the world’s most precise brain diagnostic platform. She collaborates with physicians who have used Cerescan’s imaging and analytics to improve treatment outcomes for patients. Her clinical experience includes offering clinical counseling services to help clients overcome addictions, emotional trauma, eating disorders, anxiety and depression.She earned her Masters of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling Psychology at Denver Seminary. She is licensed by the State of Colorado as a Licensed Professional Counselor and also holds a National Certified Counselor certification.
Lindsay Quandt is a Medical Imaging Engineer. She earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Imaging and Photographic Technology with a minor in Imaging Science from the Rochester Institute of Technology. She also recently completed a Master of Science degree in Bioengineering and an MBA from the University of Colorado Denver. At CereScan, Lindsay integrates her education and experience to support the development of CereMetrix® and utilization of imaging and clinical data for diagnostic and research purposes.