Versant Physics Welcomes New VP of Diagnostic Physics

Versant Physics Welcomes New VP of Diagnostic Physics

Versant Physics is excited to announce and welcome Joseph J. Mahoney, MS, DABR to the company as Vice President of Diagnostic Physics.

Mr. Mahoney joins the Versant Physics team from his privately owned medical physics practice, Grove Physics Incorporated. He contributes 16 years of experience as an ABR Certified Diagnostic & Nuclear Medicine Physicist. Mr. Mahoney completed his bachelor’s degree in Engineering and Physics from Southern Methodist University and his master’s degree in Medical Physics from the Georgia Institute of Technology.

“Organic growth and referral opportunities have been key for Versant Physics over the last 6 years; we’ve worked hard to develop a strong reputation for quality and service to our customers,” says President and CEO Marcie Ramsay. “Our growth over the last couple of years in the physics subspeciality area of diagnostic imaging physics led us to look for a like-minded diagnostic imaging partner, who would be interested in growing this area of the business with us. Joseph has worked with us for a couple of years as a subcontractor to a few of our clients, and the feedback we received from those clients made it obvious to the leadership team and me that Joseph is the right person to join us in this role.”

“Joseph contributes his own solid reputation as a consultant, a business owner, and a like- minded provider of quality physics services; we appreciate Joseph’s calm demeanor, his customer-oriented approach to business, and his ability to focus on the solution to a problem, leading to results.”

Mr. Mahoney says about joining Versant Physics, “Versant’s expertise in health physics and radiation safety, and my background in diagnostic and nuclear medical physics, are a great fit. I’m excited to join a team with such broad and complementary areas of expertise. Versant has an outstanding reputation for being a leader in radiation safety and I’m honored to be a part of it.”

Mr. Mahoney began his new position on March 1, 2022.

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