About Beth Eaton

Beth Eaton

Beth is a Clinical Applications Specialist at GE Healthcare where she works for GE Healthcare’s Imaging business. Beth possesses more than 15 years of experience in medical imaging as a Technologist.

Prior to joining GE Healthcare, Beth served 14 years at Wake Forrest Baptist Health as a Senior Staff CT/Radiologic Technologist where she supervised radiology staff in Pediatric and Adult Eds. She worked closely with other senior staff to schedule and coordinate adequate staffing for both areas. She was responsible for film quality assurance (QAs), maintaining and updating Diagnostic and CT protocols and meeting regularly with Chief Technologist, Radiology and ER attending radiologists to ensure needs and expectations were met while also supporting and encouraging staff. Concurrently, Beth served 10 years at Novant as a PRN CT/Radiologic Technologist where she covered various areas of need in Pain Clinic Fluoroscopy, CT and ER.

In addition, Beth also has served as a Deputy Sheriff for the Forsyth Sheriff’s Office and the Stokes County Sherriff’s office providing a variety of services including transportation of inmates and mental patients to medical appointments and between detention facilities statewide, provide security for the courtroom and respond to calls from public and other agencies for assistance. As Deputy Sheriff, Beth Investigated and reported incidents and illegal or suspicious activities and executed civil and criminal processes, including locating and taking persons into custody and report writing.

Outside of work, Beth is never at a loss to find something to do. She has many interests and activities that keep her busy including spending time with her family, three dogs, gardening, spending time at the gym, quilting and motorcycle riding.

Wish I Had an App like This When I Was a Technologist

Before joining GE Healthcare two years ago, I spent nearly 15 years as a technologist leading a radiology department. I came through X-ray school as many sites were transitioning from film to CR or film to DR. Starting out with … Read more