Inland Imaging's Duvoisin to retire

By AuntMinnie.com staff writers

January 28, 2022 -- Longtime Inland Imaging chief executive officer (CEO) Steve Duvoisin is retiring after 37 years in the position. He is being replaced by Chris Patrick.

Steve Duvoisin
Steve Duvoisin, executive chairman of Inland Imaging. Image courtesy of Inland Imaging.

Patrick has currently been serving as CEO of Inland Imaging subsidiary Nuvodia, a national professional services company. He has more than 25 years of diverse professional experience, including positions as market director at AT&T, chief operating officer (COO) of Quick Study Radiology, and high-level positions in the information technology sector.

In addition, the company has named Sarah Russell, currently chief COO of Inland Imaging PS, the company's professional radiology group, will assume responsibilities as CEO of that organization, effective April 1, 2022.

Duvoisin joined the company in 1984 when it opened its first outpatient-imaging center with six radiologists and 30 clinical and clerical employees. He serves on a variety of professional, civic, philanthropic, and arts related boards and advisory groups, and he said that he is looking forward to spending more time with his family in the future, according to a news release.


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