We Are IH: Castlegar medical lab technologist a lifelong learner

April 6, 2023
Stephanie snowshoeing at Nancy Greene Lake in West Kootenay.

Name: Stephanie Rodgers (she/her/hers)
Job Title:  Interim Director Laboratory Quality, Safety and Innovation
Years of Service: 16
Worksite: Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital
Community: Castlegar
Ancestral Territory: Sinixt
Advice to live by: I live by my Rodgers family rules: be kind, have patience, show respect, forgive and forget, eat healthy, go outside, and love one another.

Congratulations to Stephanie Rodgers, a medical laboratory technologist (MLT) who was appointed to the role of interim director, laboratory quality, safety and innovation!

Stephanie was born in Vancouver and raised in Richmond, B.C. She’s lived in Castlegar since 2007, located on the Sinixt Nation territory.

Stephanie considers herself approachable, knowledgeable and compassionate.

“I take pride in my work; I have a strong work ethic. I am dedicated to lifelong learning and want to learn as much as I can about the world we live in.”

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