Bobbie Palm

Chief Technologist

Leading the opening of additional RadNet sites in California.

Bobbie Palm

At RadNet, Bobbie manages day-to-day operations across multiple sites, with responsibilities that range from safety officer to scheduling.

Here is Bobbie’s story:

Talk about your career path with RadNet.

It has been an amazing decade (plus!) of growth. I started in 2005 as a radiologic technologist, and in 2011, I accepted the chief tech position. I have seen so much growth in the Temecula area, and it’s been very fulfilling to be a part of opening additional sites in the region.

What is a typical day like for you at RadNet?

That’s hard to explain because I take on so many day-to-day operations. As Chief Tech, I manage all of the CT, x-ray, and DEXA technologists for two sites; oversee accreditations; maintain compliance and QA across the board; manage students—I could go on!

The RadNet approach is busy and fast-paced, but with patient care as the top priority. Working at RadNet is a rewarding experience!

What do you like about your job?

My role means providing quality patient care to patients in need. If I am not the actual technologist taking the patient’s image, then I play an integral part in making sure there is a qualified technologist to do the job. It feels good to make difference for patients.

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The core of RadNet’s success is its people. RadNet professionals have top-level clinical and technical competency, and—most importantly—the commitment to a better healthcare experience.