Hallmarq Veterinary Imaging Adds Vale to North American Customer Support Team

Hallmarq Veterinary Imaging announces that Denise Vale has joined the company’s customer training and support team to assist North American customers in the use of Hallmarq MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) systems for companion animals. Most recently, Vale spent nearly five years as applications specialist for veterinary MRI at Universal Medical Systems covering the United States and Canada.

In her new role with Hallmarq Veterinary Imaging, Vale is responsible for operator start-up training for newly installed Hallmarq PetVet MRI systems for companion animals in North America. She also will help provide the first line of support for both established companion animal and standing equine MRI sites. In addition, Vale will help implement continuous improvement practices and marketing programs that benefit referring and consulting veterinarians.

Vale has more than 25 years of diagnostic MRI experience for several diagnostic imaging companies in both the human and animal health sectors. She is an ASRT-certified technician in Radiology for the Magnetic Resonance Imaging field from the Cleveland Metropolitan General Hospital School of Radiologic Technology in Cleveland, Ohio.

Dr. Dan Brown, vice president of North America for Hallmarq, says the addition of Vale to the team will provide veterinary customers with additional operator training and on-site support for the company’s PetVet and standing equine MRI systems.

“Denise has spent her entire career working in the diagnostic MRI field and has a tremendous amount of experience helping medical professionals on both the human and animal health sides,” Dr. Brown says.

“For the past five years she has provided on-site technical applications support to veterinary practices, handled pre- and post-sales support initiatives; and conducted ongoing education and training programs for doctors and technicians in the proper use of MRI to achieve high-quality diagnostic images,” he adds. “Her vast experience and technical knowledge will be a tremendous resource to our veterinary customers in providing the best care for their patients.”

For more information on Hallmarq PetVet and standing equine MRI systems, visit www.hallmarq.net.


About Hallmarq Veterinary Imaging: As the sole global manufacturer of MRI systems for the standing, sedated equine, and with more than 75,000 anesthesia-free exams on record, Hallmarq Veterinary Imaging is the pioneer of safer MRI diagnostics. The Hallmarq team has decades of experience in the design and manufacturing of clinical, research and industrial MRI systems for a range of applications globally. From its beginnings in 2003, Hallmarq’s mission has been to improve the safety, accuracy and cost-effectiveness of equine MRIs, while making them affordable and profitable to key equine veterinary clinics worldwide.