Happy Veterans Day to All Veteran and Active Duty Men and Women!
PSV Clinical and Administrative Staff That Served in our Armed Forces:
Dr. Leon Moores, PSV CEO and Medical Director of Neurosurgery:
I was privileged to have been able to serve my Country and all those who believe in freedom and individual liberty for 29 years in the US Army. In that career I met many extraordinary people around the world and it has always confirmed my beliefs that we are more similar than different, and that humanity will always find a way to be better in the future.
William Judd, PSV COO:
It was an honor and privilege to serve in the Army and defend the greatest nation in the world as a member of the armed services. I am humbled by the dedication and selfless service from the heroic men and women who sacrificed all so that we may live a free life. I am pleased to have been and will always consider myself an American Soldier.
Dr. Rupa Dainer, PSV Chief Strategy Officer & Anesthesiologist:
I'm grateful for the time I spent in the Navy. I met the most inspiring people who taught me the meaning of service and sacrifice.
Dr. William McClintock, PSV Medical Director of Neurology:
I have great memories of my time in the Army. Many of my colleagues from my time in service remain great friends. I learned about the importance of teamwork and unit spirit in large organizations.
Dr. Jacquelyn Calbert, PSV Medical Director of Neurodevelopmental Pediatrics:
I must admit my many years in the U.S. Navy were both rewarding and challenging. Living overseas for several years is an experience that I will never forget. It is a lot of fun running into former sailors in various parts of the country and reminiscing about the good ‘ol days.
Shalysse Gramberg, PSV Radiology Technologist (Orthopaedic Surgery & Genetics):
My service in the Army was the best time of my life where I made life-long friends and was surrounded by like-minded individuals who hold sacrifice and discipline at a high standard. I was exposed to many experiences which molded me into the professional I am today. I will never lose my military mindset, and I will never forget my close friends that I lost along the way. The Army is a big part of who I am, and I will never let it go.