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Dr. Lee is Chair of Radiology in the Einstein Healthcare Network. He attended Cornell University for his undergraduate studies and attained his medical degree at Drexel University College of Medicine. He completed his residency in Diagnostic Radiology at the University of Rochester and fellowship in Neuroradiology at the University of Pennsylvania. He has an MBA from the Simon School at the University of Rochester with concentrations in Health Care and Finance.
Dr. Lee is active in local, state, and national societies, serving on numerous committees in the areas of quality and safety, health care economics, artificial intelligence, clinical decision support, and peer review. He serves in multiple leadership roles for the American College of Radiology as Chair of the GSER Quality and Safety Committee, Chair of the CDS Registry Committee, and Co-Chair of the Population Health Management Committee. He is the Vice Chair of the Radiology Leadership Institute’s Radiology Residency Milestones program and serves as Alternate RUC Advisor for the American Society of Neuroradiology. He is also the Immediate Past President of the Philadelphia Roentgen Ray Society.
Dr. Lee enjoys spending time with his family including his wife, Nicole, and three sons, Brandon (16), Ethan (16), and Ashton (6). He currently serves as an assistant coach to Ashton's baseball team and is a secret fan of the Toronto Blue Jays.
Welcome Message From the Chair
Welcome to the Einstein Medical Center Montgomery Diagnostic Radiology Residency program!
I am privileged to welcome you for two reasons. First, it is an honor to introduce you to this residency, the newest diagnostic radiology residency in the greater Philadelphia area. And secondly for me personally, it is a true honor to lead this new residency alongside the Program Director Dr. Brooke Devenney, as the new Chair of Radiology.
Under the leadership of my distinguished colleague and predecessor, Terence A. S. Matalon, MD, FACR, FSIR, the Radiology Department has realized advances in clinical practices, education, and technology that have positioned us for future success in the rapidly changing healthcare environment.
The new Diagnostic Radiology Residency at Einstein Montgomery draws from a rich tradition of training residents in the art and science of radiology that spans over 50 years. Here you will find faculty whose focus is on educating the next generation of radiologists, in preparation for either an academic career or a private practice setting. The experience and education that you receive here at Einstein will be the core that serves as an exceptional foundation as you begin your radiology career.
The Einstein Department of Radiology has a long history of residents presenting at national societies including RSNA, ARRS, and other national organizations, aided by engaged faculty interested in supporting these efforts. As leaders in development of quality and safety initiatives and clinical implementation of artificial intelligence, there is ample opportunity to be engaged in research in these areas as well as other disciplines in radiology. Part of your residency training here at Einstein Montgomery includes a comprehensive healthcare economics program run in conjunction with the ACR Radiology Leadership Institute that will help you prepare for the realities of the business side of radiology. Sometimes overlooked, this aspect of radiology is critical to understand as a new radiologist practicing medicine.
This is truly an exciting time for our department, and I invite you to reach out to our current residents, faculty, as well as myself to learn more and to see for yourself what we offer here at Einstein.
Ryan K. Lee, MD, MBA
Chair, Department of Diagnostic Radiology
Einstein Healthcare Network