Catherine Wang says one of the most exciting parts of her job is that “diagnostic practices are constantly evolving and are making some of the greatest advancements in patient care.” (Video: UHN)
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Catherine Wang loves the opportunity to learn new things every day.

Having recently transitioned into a senior operational role as Vice-President of Clinical Operations and Diagnostic Partnerships, Catherine oversees UHN's two diagnostic programs – the Joint Department of Medical Imaging (JDMI) and Laboratory Medicine Program (LMP).

"So many different aspects of healthcare have changed over the past 15 years," says Catherine, who spent a decade as Executive Director of JDMI. "But it's one of the best parts of my job.

"Diagnostic practices are constantly evolving and are making some of the greatest advancements in patient care."

Catherine recently sat down to chat about the critical role diagnostic programs play in a patient's diagnosis and treatment, her experience meeting and working on a daily basis with the leadership team and staff in LMP and what motivated her to pursue a career in healthcare.

"It's been an amazing journey of discovery to learn about all the different components involved in determining and understanding a patient's diagnosis," she says.

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