Jack Moschel Retires After 30 Years of Service at Providence
Published December 29, 2014
Upon receiving degrees in Immunohematology and Transplantation from the University of Cincinnati, Jack moved to Seattle in 1976 to work at Puget Sound Blood Center, Northwest Kidney Center, and Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center.
Once he moved to Everett, he worked at the Sno-Isle Community Blood Bank and then Providence Hospital from 1984 to the present. During his 30 years at Providence, Jack was a part of many changes that have given him great satisfaction. He helped with numerous successful inspections, the implementation of massive transfusion policies, and the installation of two blood bank computer systems. Jack says he "feels fortunate to have worked with so many great people and to see the Providence System become a well- respected regional entity."
Help celebrate Jack with us this Tuesday, December 30 from 2:00-4:00 p.m. in the 13th Street Conference Room, in the A-Wing at Colby Campus.