Pullman Regional Hospital Mammography

Meet Our Providers

Robert Lloyd, D.O.

Radiologist

Dr. Lloyd is trained in CT, ultrasound and guided biopsies. Through his affiliation with Inland Imaging, he brings his expertise and the expertise of his radiologist colleagues to interpretation of breast imaging at Pullman Regional Hospital. Dr. Lloyd is originally from Southern Idaho and earned his bachelor’s degree at Boise State University. After attending medical school at Midwestern University in Arizona, he performed a transitional internship at Sacred Heart Medical Center in Spokane and was also a resident at the Oklahoma University Health Sciences Center in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. He and his wife and their four boys enjoy biking, camping, hiking, and other outdoor activities. They also enjoy travelling, trying various types of ethnic foods, and watching movies.

Jennifer Anderson

Imaging Technician

Jennifer has worked at Pullman Regional Hospital since 2002 and became board certified in mammography in 2012. She is a native of the area and enjoys her work as a mammography technician because she enjoys helping women. Jen is very excited that 3-D mammography is now being offered at Pullman Regional Hospital. “Women should get a 3-D exam because 3-D images result in the detection of more breast cancers,” she said.

Brenda Champoux

Imaging Technician

Brenda has 27 years of experience working as a board certified mammography technician. She is excited that Pullman Regional Hospital is now providing tomosynthesis technology to mammography patients. “The 3-D technology combined with the standard 2-D technology gives us the best chance of finding breast cancer in its earliest stages,” she said. “It is a privilege to work for Pullman Regional Hospital. This hospital is a great place to work and is dedicated to providing the best patient care available.

Helen Scheibe

Imaging Technician

Helen has worked at Pullman Regional Hospital since 2004 and is board certified in radiography, mammography, computed tomography, and nuclear medicine. She received her board certification in mammography in 2009. She resides in Moscow with her 3 boys. She said “I love being able to connect with, and comfort women in what can sometimes be a very stressful and anxious time of their lives.” She is passionate about women getting regular mammograms. “They save lives! It sounds cliché, but it is so true,” she said. “Detection of breast cancer in its earliest stages is best for treatment and cure.”