Albert Ragan, CPA, to Oversee Outpatient Business for Jefferson Regional
Thomas P. Timcho, president and CEO, Jefferson Regional Medical Center, announced that Albert J. Ragan, CPA, of Elizabeth Township, has been promoted to vice president.
new role, Ragan
is charged with expanding and growing free-standing services that also offer convenient options for residents in their communities, including services already located throughout the South Hills area of Pittsburgh.
current responsibilities include Jefferson Magnetic Resonance Imaging LLC
(Jefferson MRI), located at the South Hills Medical Building on the hospital's campus; and JRMC Diagnostic Services LLC
located at both the Waterfront in Homestead and the Jefferson Medical Arts building in Jefferson Hills.
Ragan has served the Medical Center for more than 17 years, most recently as director of finance.
He also serves as the hospital administrator for Jefferson MRI and JRMC Diagnostic Services, and is a board representative for the Radiation Oncology Center at Jefferson Regional Medical Center.
In 2006, he
was instrumental in the purchase of Spectrum Imaging, now part of JRMC Diagnostic Services.
Ragan received a Bachelor of Science degree in accounting from Robert Morris University and earned his CPA certification in 1990.
He previously was employed by Coopers & Lybrand public accounting firm.
professional affiliations include the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants and Healthcare Financial Management Association
A lifelong resident of the South Hills, Ragan
is proud to contribute to the growth of the Medical Center that is located in the same region where he
grew up and where he
family currently reside.
wife, Karen, have four children.
Robert A. Frank, executive vice president and chief operating officer at Jefferson Regional, said Ragan will play an important role in helping the Medical Center to continue to bring superior service, new programs and new facilities to meet residents' growing healthcare needs.
leadership skills and proven track record will be an asset as we move forward with our plans to reinvest in new and expanded services that will secure a healthy future for our patients and their families," Frank said.