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Turn Key Medical, Inc. Donates to CSI Radiological Technology Program

Release Date: Wednesday 2019-05-15

TWIN FALLS – The College of Southern Idaho Radiologic Technology Program is grateful to Turn Key
Medical, Inc. of Meridian, Idaho, for donating a state of the industry 2012 RadPro Mobile X-Ray machine with
a value of $16,980. The new machine will replace the Radiologic Technology Program’s old 1979 GE Mobile
X-Ray machine.

Since the inception of the CSI Radiologic Technology Program in 2002, Turn-Key Medical, has been a key
industry training partner. Since the inception of Turn-Key Medical, Inc., more than 30 years ago by founder
James F. Rowell, Chairman of the Board, their customer-base has grown to include major hospitals and clinics
throughout Idaho and surrounding states along with several other college-based Rad Tech programs. Turn-Key
Medical has relationships with a wide variety of medical imaging manufacturers, including Canon Medical
Systems, Agfa Healthcare, Hologic, Inc., Ziehm Imaging, Medicom, Orthoscan, NovaRad, Accuray,
Carestream, Perkins Healthcare Technologies, Vital.

Jake Kerley and Stacey Mitchell, both executives at Turn Key Medical, serve on the CSI Radiologic
Technology Program Advisory Committee. The College of Southern Idaho would like to show sincere
appreciation for this generous donation of modern equipment, which will help student growth in this field.

Media Contact:
Courtney Salmon
CSI Public Information Manager | 208-732-6299