“The highlight of my job is taking care of patients, interacting with pateints and their families.” Longtime Mat-Su resident Amy is the heartbeat of our center. As Patient Care Coordinator and Office Manager she wears many hats at our office organization, and we are beyond thankful for her dedication to patients and their families.
Amanda is a lifelong Alaskan who has lived in the Matsu Valley since 2001. She joined our team two years ago and recently graduated from the UAA Nursing program. Amanda enjoys hiking, camping (glamping), and exploring Alaska with her family.
Keith has an Associates of Applied Science Degree in Radiation Therapy from the Community College of Denver. He has seven years of experience, including Banner MD Anderson and is certified by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists.
Anthony’s family moved to Wasilla in 1981. After serving in the Air Force he became a radiation therapist and worked in the Seattle area. Anthony returned to the valley to help open Mat Su Valley Cancer Center. As an avid outdoorsman he enjoys fishing, hunting, 4 wheeling and snowmachining. “The best part of my job is taking care of the people in my home town.”
Heath has over twelve years of experience in radiation oncology. He earned a Master of Science in Medical Dosimetry as well as a Bachelor of Science in Radiation Therapy from the University of Wisconsin-Lacrosse.
Ferenc Jacso graduated with a Master’s Degree in medical physics at the University of Calgary. After residency became a board-certified clinical medical physicist in radiation oncology in 2011. He worked at a large Radiation Oncology department at the University of Calgary in various roles, participating in routine and special procedures. He joined the Mat-Su Valley team in 2017 as chief physicist. His daily work includes quality assurance of patient treatment plans and the treatment machine.