Faces of Lodi Health
Arthur Emus, X-Ray technician, ward clerk, ED technician
Things you may not know about Arthur:
· He grew up in San Diego.
· He earned an associates degree from ButteCollege in natural sciences, another associates degree from MercedCollege in Radiological sciences and has an EMT license.
· He worked as a fitness instructor and taught rock climbing.
· He enjoys backpacking, rock climbing, church, water sports and playing hide and seek with his one-year-old.
· He spent a summer in Taos, New Mexico living in a tent and living off the land while working as a white water rafting guide.
What Arthur has to say about working at Lodi Health: “Great work environment and coworkers.”
Teri Spring, Registered Dietitian
Lodi Memorial Community Clinic - Vine, 1235 W. Vine St., Ste. 22
LMH Home Health Agency, 800 S. Lower Sacramento Rd.
Walter E. Reiss Outreach Clinic, 300 W. Oak St.
Length of service:
Background and education:
· Bachelor of Science in dietetics from California State University, Chico.
Joshua McCulloch, Supervisor
Things you may not know about Joshua:
· He has a one-year-old son named Jaxson.
· He enjoys flying his remote-controlled planes and cars.
· He enjoys organic gardening and has grown tomatoes, bell peppers, basil, thyme and watermelons and more.
· He enjoys Thai and Italian foods.
· His favorite dishes to prepare are cream sauces.
What Joshua has to say about working at Lodi Health:
“I truly enjoy working for Lodi Health. The staff makes it a great place to work.”
Carrie McGill, Lead Communications Operator
Things you may not know about Carrie:
· She is a huge fan of hockey, and she has season tickets for the Stockton Thunder.
· She has an amateur radio license (ham radio operator).
· She has been known to bake ‘choc chunk cookies’ to share with her coworkers.
What Carrie has to say about working at Lodi Health: “I have enjoyed being ‘one of seven’ voices of Lodi Health for the last 16 years. I strive to provide everyone with excellent customer service on a daily basis. I truly enjoy working for Lodi Health.”
Candace Gentile, CPC, Transcription Coordinator/Dragon VR Trainer
Things you may not know about Candace:
· She has been married 20 years, has two adult children and three grandchildren.
· She owns four quarter horses and rides Western Pleasure and previously Rodeo Drill for serveral years, performing throughout California.
· She has been a Certified Professional Coder (CPC) since 2008, and is physician-practice based.
What Candace has to say about working at Lodi Health:
“I thoroughly enjoy my position with Lodi Health. Training new physicians, residents and NP’s on the Dragon (VR) voice recognition system is very rewarding. I learn something every day through the many staff members I encounter.”