Gary Whitlock, MA, RT(R)
Director, RAD-AID Business Administration Program
Gary Whitlock is a registered technologist with a bachelor’s degree in Healthcare Management and a master’s degree in Human Resources. Mr. Whitlock is a retired radiology administrator with 30+ years’ management experience. His experience included administrator for 28 person Radiologist group and director of hospital radiology and medical laboratory departments. Additionally, he has nine years experience as a traveling interim radiology director at multiple hospitals across the United States including private, union, children’s, for profit, radiation oncology center, rural and urban hospitals. Gary spent 3 years as Program Manager for RAD-AID Tanzania. Activities there included support of a private for-profit hospital, and additional sites for development of a radiation oncology center and collaboration with teaching hospitals. As Director of the RAD-AID Business Administration Program, Gary brings his skill-set to incorporate radiology administration content into RAD-AID programs around the world.
Jamie Surratt, MD
Program Manager, RAD-AID Certificate of Proficiency in Global Health Radiology
Jamie Surratt, MD, is a breast imaging radiologist with global health experience in Cuba and Honduras. She completed medical school at the Louisville School of Medicine and finished radiology training at the Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology. During 2017, Dr. Surratt completed the RAD-AID Certificate of Proficiency in Global Health Radiology, and now she serves as facilitator of Certificate of Proficiency cohorts. As facilitator, she guides cohort members through the learning experience and promotes global health radiology education and best practices to those involved in outreach.
Woojin Kim, MD
Program Manager, RAD-AID Radiology Education
Woojin Kim, MD is Chief Medical Information Officer at Nuance Communications. Dr. Kim completed his medical school, radiology residency, and musculoskeletal imaging fellowship training at The Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. In addition, he completed an Imaging Informatics fellowship at the University of Maryland/Baltimore VA Medical Center. Dr. Kim was a founding member of the RAD-AID Chapter at University of Pennsylvania and led RAD-AID’s educational outreach efforts in Kenya, which he presented at the RAD-AID Conference of 2014. Dr. Kim develops workshops, didactic teaching sessions, and on-site educational consultations in multiple countries as a member of RAD-AID leadership team. For more information on RAD-AID’s educational efforts, please email [email protected]