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Vascular Lab, Ashley River Tower.
How long at MUSC: 1-1/2 years.
Why did you move to Charleston:
My dad was in the Navy.
What did you want to be when you were
younger: Either a baseball player or a lawyer.
What was your first job: I was a
host cashier at Ryan’s Steakhouse.
What is the most rewarding aspect of
your job: Helping patients get to the right people and getting
the right test scheduled.
If you could change careers, what would
you be doing: I would manage a business.
Favorite room in your house: The
den, because it's where the X-Box 360 is.
Item you must have in the refrigerator:
Person you admire most: My dad
(Dave Guarino, administrative assistant to John Sanders,
Children's Hospital). He's succeeded in everything he's done and has
shown me what it is to be a man.
Idea of a perfect vacation: Go
to a tropical island preferably with a girl or a buddy, because we
could look for girls when we get there.
Words of advice: Don't judge a
book by its cover.
Biggest life moment: Having hip
surgery 10 years ago. I was in a body cast for 21 weeks.
Friday, June 6, 2008
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