Cincinnati Children’s is one of the best places, in my opinion, to start a career. Ever so often we hire new technologists, radiologists and clinical and support staff related to our department in Radiology. If you want to be the best you can be, you can do it at Cincinnati Children’s.
Let me introduce you to three new members of our Radiology family:
Carly Hausermann graduated from Northern Kentucky University with an associate’s degree in Radiologic Technology in 2009 and bachelor of Health Sciences degree in 2010. Since graduation, she has worked for an orthopedic office as both an x-ray technologist and personal technologist for one of the orthopedic surgeons in the group. Eight years prior to starting at Cincinnati Children’s, she has learned a lot about orthopedic surgery. She looks forward to getting back to her roots and helping provide great care for our pediatric population.
Carly has a sixteen-month-old daughter who makes her world go round and she hopes to care for our patients as she would her own child. Between her husband, daughter and two dogs, they have a very lively household. She and her family currently live in Kentucky. They enjoy traveling and taking their daughter to the zoo and aquarium during their free time. She looks forward to getting to know each of her co-workers over the course of her career at Cincinnati Children’s.
Lindsay Hinkle just graduated from Cincinnati State Technical and Community College with a degree in Ultrasound. She trained at Cincinnati Children’s during her clinical time as a student. Falling in love with the hospital, Lindsay couldn’t be more excited to return. She’s very eager to start and build a career here.
Lindsay is newly married and lives with her husband and two dogs (Roxy and Crash). During her free time she enjoys going to the park, playing sand volleyball and spending time with friends.
Tara Grise grew up in Fort Thomas, Kentucky. After high school she attended Eastern Kentucky University and earned a bachelor’s degree in Correctional and Juvenile Justice Studies. Upon graduation she stayed in Central Kentucky to run a Drug Court program, helping non-violent offenders obtain sobriety and become valuable members of the community. Tara moved back to Northern Kentucky when her husband was admitted to Northern Kentucky University’s College of Law.
Before her role as administrative support staff in Radiology, Tara worked as a customer representative and advanced to training supervisor at a local corporation. She’s very excited to joining our Radiology team and believes her vast experience in customer service, technical support and administrative work will be of great assets to her new role.
On a personal note, Tara has been married since 2010 and has an eighteen-month-old son and two rescue dogs. Her family lives in Northern Kentucky and enjoys spending time outdoors, going to the zoo, aquarium and spending time with her extended family.