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Steve Ramsey
2021-03-28 16:32:59

RIP. I worked with him back in 1984/1985 in Moose Factory Hospital in north Ontario, I was an X-Ray technologist and just started my ultrasound carrier thank to him as he pushed me to learn ultrasound. He used to come twice a month in the summer and once in winter time, and report the piles of X-ray files that I prepared for him. He used to always quizes me about ultrasound and thanks to him since that time Iv' got my BSc degree in diagnostic Imaging and my MSc degree in medical ultrasound from Australia then mY phd from the U.S.Published many ultrasound papers and presented lectures in Korea, Japan, Singapore, Australia, Italy, UK and got the 3rd ultrasound research award in Canada all that because he pushed me to do it and not just stay as a radiographer. But it is hard , I told him ...Nothing is easy in life ,he answered . The ultrasound is the technology of the future try hard to learn .Then he used to leave some books and printing material for me to read before he fly away south. I am a senior sonographer in Calgary now and I hope to retired in 5 years.

Steve Ramsey
2021-03-28 15:55:02

Steve Ramsey
2021-03-28 16:12:06

Elaine Stefanick
2021-02-18 13:21:48

Dr. Dermot McLoughlin, was a definite hero, mentor, gentleman extraordinaire, humble, loving, faithful, dedicated man of excellence & knowledge.
In my experience working in the Sioux Lookout Zone as an outpost nurse I relied on his radiology interpretations almost daily. I looked forward to chatting with him on the telephone as he was almost the one and only doctor who would greet you with a very soft voice and a non judgemental manner and with his enthusiasm he would walk you through the diagnosis, treatment plan and education of relavence.
I spent two weeks in Hamilton doing a course through Mohawk College on radiology and Dr. McLoughlin was my instructor. He not only taught the group how to do xrays but he did in with such an encouraging manner. He provided us with so much positive feedback, we were honoured to have him as not only our instructor but as our friend.
In closing, I must comment that I am saddened to say farewell to such a "one in a million" man. Soar with the great eagle Dermot. RIP

Elaine Stefanick
Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan

Steve Ramsey
2021-03-28 16:33:24

RIP. I worked with him back in 1984/1985 in Moose Factory Hospital in north Ontario, I was an X-Ray technologist and just started my ultrasound carrier thank to him as he pushed me to learn ultrasound. He used to come twice a month in the summer and once in winter time, and report the piles of X-ray files that I prepared for him. He used to always quizes me about ultrasound and thanks to him since that time Iv' got my BSc degree in diagnostic Imaging and my MSc degree in medical ultrasound from Australia then mY phd from the U.S.Published many ultrasound papers and presented lectures in Korea, Japan, Singapore, Australia, Italy, UK and got the 3rd ultrasound research award in Canada all that because he pushed me to do it and not just stay as a radiographer. But it is hard , I told him ...Nothing is easy in life ,he answered . The ultrasound is the technology of the future try hard to learn .Then he used to leave some books and printing material for me to read before he fly away south. I am a senior sonographer in Calgary now and I hope to retired in 5 years.