Samir Shah, MD, MMM
VP Clinical Operations
Radiology Partners

Dr. Shah currently serves as VP of Clinical Operations for Radiology Partners, the largest onsite radiology practice in the US in a physician-led practice of over 1500 radiologists in 22 states. 

Dr. Shah has spent the last decade as a physician leader in teleradiology.  After joining in 2008, he was soon elected and served as Medical Director for NightHawk Radiology Services, which at the time was the forerunner in the field and largest teleradiology practice.  He then served as Senior Medical Director for Virtual Radiologic (vRad), following the acquisition of NightHawk by vRad in 2011, with over 500 teleradiologists. He is now one of the Practice Presidents of Matrix Teleradiology at Radiology Partners.

A native of New Jersey, Samir S. Shah earned undergraduate summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa honors from Boston University.  He proceeded to matriculate at Boston University’s School of Medicine graduating in 1998 within the second decile of his class and completing the first two years in the top 2%.

Dr. Shah is a board certified diagnostic radiologist who completed his residency at the University of Pennsylvania Medical Center, where he received the Baum-Laufer Award for excellence in service to the residency. Afterwards, he went on to complete a fellowship in Vascular and Interventional Radiology at Northwestern University.

Dr. Shah completed his Masters of Medical Management degree at Carnegie Mellon University in 2012. He has previously worked as an interventional radiologist and was Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center and has worked in private practice for several years as well. 

Dr. Shah has lectured nationally as a consultant for GE Healthcare on contrast media usage. He also has volunteered his time on the Boards of the Albert Schweitzer Fellowship Program and the Pennsylvania Radiological Society.  Most recently in 2018, he earned a professional executive certificate in Artificial Intelligence from MIT’s Sloan School of Management.

Dr. Shah has won multiple awards for his research in radiology, has authored many scientific articles in the radiology literature, and serves on several national radiology committees.  He currently serves as a member of the ACR Task Force on Teleradiology and the GSER Network Committee Teleradiology Workgroup He is a member of the Editorial Advisory Board for Imaging Economics.  He is also a former Alternate Councilor for the American College of Radiology and served as Past President of the Pittsburgh Roentgen Society.