RP women physicians who inspire
February 3 is National Women Physicians Day, celebrated annually to mark the birthday of the first female doctor in the United States, Dr. Elizabeth Blackwell.
With this in mind, meet the women physician leaders at RP who inspire us every day in their work, through clinical excellence, collaborative innovation and compassionate care. While we can’t list all of the women physicians who inspire us, we invite you to join the conversation. Connect with us on Twitter, LinkedIn and Instagram and post a comment to let us know who inspires you!
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Dr. Kottler’s innovation has led to significant improvements in how technology can be used to enhance patient care. Her expertise in computer science and AI coupled with a background in applied mathematics helped her develop and operationalize systems that incorporate AI and machine learning into routine practice.
Get to know Dr. Kottler more in a Q&A on the RP blog when she was named ACMO for Clinical AI, and read some of her thoughts on being a woman in healthcare in a piece in Fierce Healthcare.
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Dr. Everett is RP’s ACMO for Practice Analytics. She has practiced for approximately 40 years as a general, musculoskeletal and breast radiologist, and she is the Practice President and a managing partner for Coastal Radiology in New Bern, North Carolina. Dr. Everett has served on the executive committee of the medical staff at Carolina East Medical Center for 16 consecutive years, as both chair of the department of imaging and an at-large member, and she was Carolina East’s first female chief of staff. She is passionate about rural medicine and even authored an opinion piece on the topic in MedPage today.
Dr. Everett values mentorship and prioritizes service. She is on the board of the American Association of Women Radiologists (AAWR). Additionally, she has extensive involvement with the American College of Radiology (ACR), most recently being named to their Board of Chancellors.
Read a Q&A with Dr. Everett on the RP blog when she was named ACMO for Practice Analytics.
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Dr. Saravanan has served on boards within the American Medical Women’s Association and the Society of Breast Imaging, and she has participated in numerous academic publications and presentations related to radiology. In addition to her leadership roles and pursuit of clinical excellence, Dr. Saravanan is deeply committed to elevating future radiology leaders and giving back to her community. Locally, she has served on a number of boards to better the practice of radiology in Austin, and she has collaborated with physicians across other specialties to explore ways to better patients’ experiences.
Learn more about Dr. Saravanan in a previous RP blog post when she was named ACMO for Recruitment.
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Dr. Bonaminio is RP’s National Subspecialty Lead of Women’s Imaging and a breast imaging radiologist at Advanced Diagnostic Imaging. Additionally, she is the director of breast imaging for Ascension Saint Thomas Midtown in Nashville, Tennessee.
Dr. Bonaminio represents women in radiology in numerous roles. She is a board member for Tennessee Women in Medicine, and she is an active member of Society for Breast Imaging, Tennessee Radiological Society and American Association for Women Radiologists.
Read a post from the RP blog from National Women’s Health Week where she advocates for women’s health and the importance of them knowing their bodies. You can also view a Diagnostic Imaging interview where she discusses priorities for today’s breast imagers and the roles they play in healthcare.
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