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Misty Carnahan, middle left, is excited to start a new adventure in Shelby with her family, Mason, Luke, Victor, Trinity and Isabella, as the new Radiology Director at Marias Medical Center. “I enjoy serving a small community where everyone knows everyone and our patients within the community learn to trust you to meet their healthcare needs,” said Carnahan.

Marias Medical Center is excited to welcome Misty Carnahan as the new Radiology director! She has experience in both imaging technology and managing. Prior to moving to Shelby, she worked as a Regional CT Supervisor for SAHS in Idaho and was the Interim Radiology Supervisor in Harlowton. 

Carnahan is originally from Arkansas, where she received her Master’s Degree in Radiologic Imaging Sciences from the University of Arkansas. Misty went into Radiology because she loves serving patients and creating lasting relationships with the people she serves, along with ”the amazing technologists that currently work in the Radiology department.” 

When asked what positive aspects of the new position she was anticipating, Carnahan said, “Getting to know and serve the great people of this community. Everyone has been very welcoming and supportive of our entire family throughout this process and we are very much appreciative of that.” 

The entire family consists her and her husband, Victor, four out of their six children, Scottland, Haley, Trinity, Isabella, Luke and Mason, and their two dogs, Monroe and Moonshine. The whole family has jumped right into life in Shelby. The four youngest began school last week and the family has moved safely into their home. 

Already Shelby is welcoming them with all the snow! The Carnahans love snow and are looking forward to lots of it. 

Carnahan feels right at home already, “We love that Shelby is the same size as the hometown that I grew up in of Haze, Ark., and that the train comes through town. We have always lived near train tracks and so it is fitting that we will be making out new home here. I enjoy serving a small community where everyone knows everyone and our patients within the community learn to trust you to meet their healthcare needs.”

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