ROLE SUMMARY The Imaging Services Director is responsible for oversight of all operation, service, and fiscal management functions related to diagnostic medical imaging for Virginia Mason Memorial (VMM). This includes all imaging modalities in the acute care facility, Valley Imaging, Yakima Heart Center, West Pavilion 1 and other limited clinic locations. Leads and manages a high volume Imaging department including service modalities specific to the specific practice. This may include but is not limited to Radiology, MRI, CT, PET/CT, Ultrasound, Nuclear Medicine, Echo, Vascular Ultrasound, Holter devices and radiology management and PACS information systems.
QUALIFICATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS Education: Graduation from an accredited diagnostic imaging training program required. Bachelor’s degree required; in Radiology Administration or Hospital Administration strongly preferred. Master’s degree in Hospital or Business Administration preferred. Related experience may be substituted in lieu of education. Experience: Five years of progressive experience in Diagnostic Imaging Leadership, specifically operations and business development required. Licenses/Certificates/Registration: Current CRA, CRT, CNMT, or ARRT certifications preferred. Level of Business Knowledge/Knowledge/Skills/Abilities: Knowledge of federal, state, and local regulatory standards.
Internal Number: 12161
About Virginia Mason Memorial
Virginia Mason Memorial, part of the Virginia Mason Health System, is a 226-bed acute-care, nonprofit community hospital that has served Central Washington's Yakima valley for more than 60 years as well as primary care practices and specialty care services including high-quality cardiac care; cancer care through North Star Lodge; breast health at 'Ohana Mammography Center; acute hospice and respite care at Cottage in the Meadow, winner of the Circle of Life Award from the American Hospital Association for innovative palliative and end-of-life care; pain management at Water's Edge; an advanced NICU unit, the only place in Central Washington that offers specialty care for at-risk infants; advanced services for children with special health care needs at Children's Village; and The Memorial Foundation, a separate 501c(3) organization that raises funds for innovative health care programs in the Yakima Valley.