Director Imaging Services

Reporting to the Chief Operating Officer, Executive Management, this position serves as an integral and significant contributor to the Saint Agnes Medical Center (SAMC) leadership. This role will be responsible for working in concert with SAMC colleagues to achieve the strategic objectives of the service line and the organization. The Director is viewed as the “owner” of the service and will be fully accountable for clinical, financial and customer service performance. The Director will develop a strategic plan that will encompass plans for growth of the service, building physician relationships, patient satisfaction, and quality outcomes. This role will be responsible to analyze market profiles such as demographics, competitors, benchmarking and use rates to develop comprehensive strategies and business/financial plans. The Director works closely with finance to assess contracts and reimbursement to effectively utilize information to determine opportunities for potential joint ventures/acquisitions. This position manages and is accountable for the oversight of department staff and is actively involved at strategic and tactical levels in the evaluation process. This role is responsible for maintaining compliance with American College of Radiology, TJC, and other regulatory agencies. The Director works closely with physicians and staff, and acts as a key community liaison to build services and relationships of the highest quality of care that uphold the vision, mission, and values of Saint Agnes Medical Center and Trinity Health.


1. Bachelor's Degree in a health-related field is required.

2. Master's Degree is preferred.

3. Three to five years of experience in imaging or related field in an acute care setting is required.

4. Business insight, innovative style, strong strategic planning skills, and excellent communication skills are required.

5. Three to five years management experience with complex tasks associated with budgeting, capital acquisition, data analysis, and procedure-related processes/associated efficiency are required.