Iredell Health System Announces New Assistant Director of Imaging Services
Iredell Health System has announced that Stacy Lewis will be its new assistant director of Imaging Services. Lewis was most recently the department’s PACS (picture archiving and communication system) coordinator.
Lewis will oversee the development, application, and implementation of the Imaging Department’s policies and procedures. She will ensure adequate staffing and assist with clinical and clerical functions to uphold department efficiency.
“The Imaging Department at Iredell Health System is more like a family than a large group of coworkers,” Lewis said. “I’m excited to help lead the department to not only improve our weaknesses but also further develop our strengths to continue providing the exceptional patient care our department is known for.”
Lewis has worked in Iredell Health System’s Imaging Department since 2004 when she began as a radiology receptionist. Since then, she has worked as a radiologic technologist, computed tomography technologist, mammographer, and PACS coordinator.
Lewis earned an associate’s degree in radiology from Catawba Valley Community College. She is currently working toward a bachelor’s degree in healthcare management from Western Governors University.
“Since joining Iredell Health System at the age of 17, Stacy has demonstrated a commitment to learning, growing and excelling at every task she has been assigned in the department,” said Ed Morgan, Iredell Health System’s director of imaging. “She possesses in-depth knowledge of the Imaging Department and its functions. And she understands the importance of providing service to our patients, physicians, and other customers that is consistent with Iredell Health System’s values. Her motivation, knowledge, and skills make her the best person to assist me in moving the department forward.”