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Virtual Open House


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Hear from vRad CMO Benjamin W. Strong, MD, his unique insights into the rewarding career of a vRad radiologist and watch a demonstration of the patented vRad Imaging Platform. Joined by special guests Christopher Garcia, MD, Steven Cohen, MD, MBA, and Katie Lozano, MD, this open house discusses radiologist compensation, unmatched physician support, our exciting use of artificial intelligence and an hour of Q&A from the live audience. 



Christopher Garcia, MD

vRad Radiologist since 2015

  • Medical School: UMDNJ - New Jersey Medical School
  • Residency: Hartford Hospital
  • Fellowship: Yale-New Haven Medical Center

Steven Cohen,


vRad Radiologist since 2008

  • Medical School:  SUNY Downstate Medical Center
  • Residency:  New York Medical College
  • Ultrasound Fellowship: UCLA Medical Center  



Katie Lozano,


vRad Radiologist since 2019

  • Medical School: University of Texas Medical Branch
  • Residency: University of Washington Medical Center
  • MSK Fellowship: University of California, San Diego Medical Center 

Benjamin W. Strong, MD, vRad CMO

vRad Radiologist since 2004

  • Medical School: University of Arizona College of Medicine
  • Internal Medicine Residency: Dartmouth- Hitchcock Medical Center
  • Radiology Residency: University of Arizona, Arizona Health Sciences Center
  • MSK MRI Fellowship: University of Arizona, Arizona Health Sciences Center

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Efficiency is the keyword for vRad. We develop the practice around the radiologist so that we can keep the radiologist on task. It is amazing how vRad continues to outpace any other radiology practice in size, technology, and workflow design. I love working here.

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One of the best things about working for vRad is the flexibility it affords in so many ways: in scheduling, reading rate, case mix, optional involvement with non-clinical care activities,interaction level with colleagues and team members, and dress code (hmmm…should I wear shoes to work today or my koala bear slippers?), to name a few. There are multiple options available to make the job a custom fit for what works best for you—and you can modify those options if your preferences change over time.


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