Our Support Team

You need someone like this on your side

Our support staff is loaded with former Siemens engineers providing insight you can’t find anywhere else. These experts have experienced the easiest and the most frustrating issues up close and personal. They’ll share what they know, injecting confidence into your everyday routine.

Meet our team

Kenneth Hable, MD, BSRT—Director of Engineering and Training; CT Instructor at Technical Prospects

Ken serves as an expert in Siemens medical imaging parts and equipment as he works to develop, review, and teach coursework for CT and Vascular systems as well as syngo software. Ken graduated from Spartan Health Sciences University in 2006 with his Doctor of Medicine degree in general medicine. Previously, he received his undergraduate degree from Marian University with a dual Bachelor of Science degree in radiologic technology and biology.


Chris Watson—Product Support Engineer at Technical Prospects

Prior to joining Technical Prospects, Chris worked for Siemens in west Texas for 10 years. He brings experience in all Siemens imaging modalities; CT, MRI, Nuclear Medicine, Ultrasound, X-ray, Fluoroscopy, Vascular, and PACs. Before working for Siemens, Chris served in the United States Navy for 8 1/2 years as an Airframes Mechanic, Plane Captain, and Non Destructive Inspector.


Warren Morrow—Product Support Engineer at Technical Prospects

Warren previously worked for Ziehm Imaging as an FSE servicing the Ziehm C-arm and Orthoscan Mini C-arm products and TomoTherapy/Accuray as a Test Technician, FSE and Lead Installer. Additionally, Warren has experience in energy storage products, computer network systems, and a variety of troubleshooting and programming skills.


Mike Larson—Portable X-Ray & Mobile C-Arm Trainer at Technical Prospects

Mike’s career with Siemens began in December of 1988. After 3 years as a Field Service Engineer, he joined the National Installation Team. For the next 10 years, he installed every X-Ray and R/F system in the catalog. In addition, Mike also worked on Angio/Cath and CT installations. In 2002, Mike left Siemens as a Level 4 Engineer. Mike performed multi-vendor service for the 10 years following his career at Siemens. With 30 years of experience, Mike joined the Technical Prospects team in 2013.