Daniel Bair Named Administrative Director, Mercy Health System Radiology Services
Conshohocken, PA (April 16, 2013) – Mercy Health System has announced that Daniel Bair has been appointed administrative director of radiology services. Dan will continue to serve as administrative director for cardiovascular services at Mercy while assuming the additional duties of administrative director for radiology services. In his expanded role, Dan will be responsible for operational oversight and strategic planning and development of all radiology services at the system’s acute-care hospitals.
“Dan’s experience in financial management, medical staff development, outreach to referring physicians and the community at large, marketing, and compliance through his work with our cardiovascular services makes him uniquely qualified to take on the same role for Mercy’s radiology services,” says Kathryn Conallen, Mercy Health System chief executive officer and senior vice president of acute care operations. “I congratulate Dan on his added responsibilities and expanded role in our system-wide mission to provide quality and compassionate healthcare to all in need in our communities.”
Dan joined Mercy Health System as administrative director of cardiovascular services in 2008. Previously, he held administrative positions at several other hospital groups in eastern Pennsylvania. Dan earned a Bachelor’s degree in Biology/Respiratory Therapy from Millersville (Pa.) University in 1997 and a Master’s degree in Health Care Administration from Philadelphia’s St. Joseph’s University in 2003. He resides in New Tripoli.
Mercy Health System’s comprehensive radiology services are dedicated to providing the highest quality inpatient and outpatient clinical imaging services. Diagnostic imaging specialists at Mercy Fitzgerald Hospital Mercy Philadelphia Hospital and Nazareth Hospital offer a wide variety of services, including MRI scanning, radiography (X-rays), interventional radiology, fluoroscopy, CT scanning, digital mammography, nuclear medicine, cardiac stress testing, ultrasound, breast and prostate biopsies, bone density (DEXA Scan), positron emission and tomography combined with computed tomography (PET/CT).