Our radiology team is comprised of radiologists, hospital administration, technologists and sonographers, radiology educators, and highly qualified support members. All of our radiologists are board certified. Our technologists are credentialed by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists, and are licensed by the Maryland Board of Physicians. Our sonographers are certified by the American Registry of Diagnostic Medical Sonography. They are all experienced and caring professionals working together to help diagnose and treat our patients.
Chairman of Radiology
Dr. Munitz has been board certified in Diagnostic Radiology by the American Board of Radiology since 1984. He was listed in Baltimore Magazine as a "Top Doctor" in 2005, and again in 2008. Dr. Munitz graduated from the University of Witwatersrand in South Africa. He completed his internships in medicine, surgery, and pediatrics at Baragwanath Hospital in South Africa, as well as a residency and a fellowship in abdominal radiology at the Bowman Gray School of Medicine in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Dr. Munitz is a past president of the Maryland Radiologic Society.
Director Radiology Services
Philip Komenda joined GBMC in January 2002 as Administrative Director of Radiology Services. He has focused on bringing State-of-Art Technology to Radiology while improving overall quality of service. The department performs over 140,000 procedures per year. Philip has worked on several hospital committees to improve clinical care. His responsibilities were recently expanded to include Cardiology Services. Prior to joining GBMC Mr. Komenda served as Regional Manager for Wellspan Health in York, PA in which he had managerial responsibility for several clinical practices. He began his career in 1984 as a Radiologic Technologist and has held several managerial positions in healthcare administration.
Director Radiography Program
Ms. Schuette graduated from Sinai Hospital School of Radiologic Technology and followed that with a BA degree in Interdisciplinary Studies at the University of Baltimore. She later received her Masters of Science from Thomas Jefferson University. She continues her 28 yearlong dedicated career in radiology, which began with 3 years in radiation therapy, followed by posts as clinical instructor and clinical coordinator. She is a faculty member at Johns Hopkins School of Medical Imaging. She is also affiliated with the American Society of Radiologic Technologists. Ms. Schuette has held several offices and committee positions with the Maryland Society of Radiologic Technologists. She is a member of the American Healthcare Radiology Administrators, the Association of Educators in Imaging and Radiologic Sciences, and is a certified Basic Life Saving (BLD) instructor through the American Heart Association.
Clinical Supervisor - Diagnostic Radiology
Ms. Beech has spent 44 years in the field of radiology. She graduated from the radiography program at Baltimore City Hospital, now known as Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center. She had an early interest in fluoroscopy procedures, which she honed at Baltimore City Hospital early in her career. She later worked for the Baltimore City Health Department, after which she came to GBMC, where she has worked since 1974. She continues her focus on fluoroscopy procedures, with a special interest in small bowel follow-through procedures. She is an Adjunct Clinical Instructor for the GBMC School of Radiography.
Clinical Supervisor - Diagnostic Radiology/Operating Room
Ms. Mossa graduated from the Greater Baltimore Medical Center School of Radiography and has worked here at GBMC since 1992. She is the lead radiology representative for the General Operating Room, the Sherwood Surgical Center, and the Women's Surgical Center at GBMC. Ms. Mossa is also an Adjunct Clinical Instructor for the School of Radiography, she teaches operating room procedures to the radiography students, and she is a PACS Super User.
Clinical Supervisor - Diagnostic Radiology - Evenings
Mr. Gallagher received his A.A.S. degree in Radiologic Science from Essex Community College. He has worked in radiography at Church Home Hospital in Baltimore, Franklin Square Hospital, Sinai Hospital in Baltimore, and Fallston Hospital, which is now Upper Chesapeake Medical Center. He is a member of the American Society of Radiologic Technology and he is a clinical tester for the School of Radiography. Over the course of 15 years he has been in the field of radiology, he has developed a strong interest in CT based on the rapidly evolving changes he sees in the technology of that field.
Clinical Supervisor - Computerized Tomography
Ms. Copp's interest in the field of radiology grew from her volunteer work at York Hospital, in York, PA. She went on to graduate from the radiography program at Lancaster General Hospital, and then worked at York Hospital for 10 years, where she developed a keen interest in Computerized Tomography. After further honing her CT skills at Johns Hopkins University Hospital, she furthered her experience with 5-years of CT scanning at American Radiology. With more than 11 years of specialized CT experience, Ms. Copp is well qualified as our CT instructor for the GBMC School of Radiography.
Clinical Coordinator - Ultrasound
Ms. Stroosnyder has more than 25 years' experience in diagnostic radiology, interventional radiology, and all specialties of ultrasound. Ms. Stroosnyder graduated from Greater Baltimore Medical Center's School of Radiography, The Maryland Institute of Ultrasound Technology, and the College of Notre Dame. Her primary interest is in vascular ultrasound and educating staff, as well as students. Ms. Stroosnyder ensures the vascular ultrasound lab is accredited by the Inter Societal Commission of Accredited Vascular Labs (ICAVL), which demonstrates that the lab has met high standards of quality and safety. She is a member of the American Society of Radiologic Technology, the Society of Diagnostic Medical Sonography, and the Society for Vascular Ultrasound.
Clinical Supervisor - Nuclear Medicine
Ms. Strein was educated in the field of diagnostic radiography at Washington Sanitarium and Hospital, now Washington Adventist Hospital, in Tacoma Park, MD. She completed her internships in nuclear medicine technology at Maryland General Hospital and Providence Hospital in Providence, RI. She then worked in a private neurology practice in Providence, RI, followed by a 9 year post in nuclear medicine technology at Union Memorial Hospital. Ms. Strein actively participates in the Society of Nuclear Medicine, at the national level, as well as the Mid-Eastern Chapter. She has presented information about the field of nuclear medicine at local high school career days, and she has taught various topics related to nuclear medicine for the GBMC School of Radiography. She has performed nuclear medicine procedures at GBMC since 1986.
Clinical Supervisor - Interventional Radiology
Ms. Pinson came to GBMC following the completion of her education, plus 6 years of clinical experience, at Chestnut Hill Hospital in Philadelphia, PA. She provides a strong education presence at GBMC by presenting such courses as Introduction to Interventional Radiology Procedures, Myelography, Discography, and Kyphoplasty, as well as her departmental in-service overview of interventional radiology. Her organizational skills and attention to detail make her a perfect fit to represent the hospital on our Performance Excellence Teams, where she is a part of a multidisciplinary team focused on value analysis and cost savings. Ms. Pinson has been at GBMC since 1988.
Radiology Scheduling Supervisor
Ms. McCreadie has worked in the field of Radiology for 27 years, with experience in the fields of scheduling, imaging library, and coding. She built the radiology scheduling package within our Hospital Information System, known as Meditech. She is certified in the use of that system, and is the lead scheduler for the department. Ms. McCreadie has spent many hours as a volunteer in occupational therapy at the Spring Grove State Hospital. She supervises all support services in the department including reception, transcription, imaging library, and scheduling.