Jay A. Harolds, MD, FACR, FACMN
Chest Section Chief
Vanderbilt, Nashville, TN
U of Buffalo School of Medicine
Current Activities, Research, Subspecialty or Professional Interests
• Currently writing about 14 articles a year, mainly on leadership, quality and safety, and socioeconomic and political issues. My last article in a major journal was on burnout. I expect to have my first e-book published in 2016. • Member of the Commission on Human Resources of the ACR • Member of the Commission of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging of the ACR • Member of the Program Committee of the Association of University Radiologists • Former president of 8 different organizations • Professor at the MSU College of Human Medicine • Scheduled to give 5 presentations at regional or national meetings in 2016
Hobbies, Personal Interests, etc.
• Ballroom dancing • Travel • Writing
Georgetown U, DC
Spectrum Health, Butterworth
Teaching or other awards
• HONORS: Distinguished Service Award-American Board of Radiology 2003 • President’s Award from the A. College of Nuclear Physicians 2006 • Distinguished Service Award-Academic Council of the SNM 2006 • Selected to be in Best Doctors in America 2007 - 09 • Selected to be in Marquis’ Who’s Who in America 2006 - Present • Selected to be in Marquis’ Who’s Who in Science and Engineering 2008 - Present • Selected to be in Marquis’ Who’s Who in the World 2008 - Present • Winner with Dr. Beverly Wood of the AUR/Agfa Management Award 2008 • One of the “Best Diagnostic Radiologists in Oklahoma” • In the issues of the Oklahoma Magazine 2008, 2009 • Lifetime Achievement Award – • Academic Council of the Society of Nuclear Medicine 2009 • Selected to be in Marquis’ Who’s Who in Healthcare 2009, 2010 • Achievement Award-the Association of Program Directors in Radiology 2010 • Lifetime Service Award-American Board of Radiology 2010 • Distinguished Service Award- American College of Nuclear Medicine 2012 • Lifetime Achievement Award- American College of Nuclear Medicine 2013 • Membership in Alpha Omega Alpha 2014 • Professor at the MSU College of Human Medicine
Why I chose to practice in Grand Rapids...
Wonderful people, beautiful city, opportunity to make a difference in the residency, more opportunity to do research.