QHS Names Wendy Burkholder Primary Care Services Administrator, QHS; Scott Hazelbaker Diagnostics & Imaging Services Director, QMC

05.12.2021

HONOLULU – The Queen’s Health Systems (QHS) has announced the appointments of a new administrator and a new director.

Wendy Burkholder has been named Administrator of Primary Care Services at QHS.

Burkholder is responsible for developing and implementing the primary care strategic plan and oversight for all Primary Care, Geriatric Services and Urgent Care operations. She also communicates with all levels in the organization – including executive leadership, providers, directors, managers and staff – to ensure key stakeholders are engaged in developing Queen’s primary care strategy.

Burkholder is a seasoned leader with more than 20 years of ambulatory experience within hospital systems. Her most recent role was as Chief Clinical Operating Officer for District Medical Group in Phoenix, Arizona. She also had executive leadership roles in ambulatory services for John Peter Smith Health Network in Fort Worth, Texas and for Valleywise Health System in Phoenix.

Scott Hazelbaker has been named Director of Diagnostic and Imaging Services at The Queen’s Medical Center (QMC).

Hazelbaker has responsibility and oversight for the programs, functions and activities related to Diagnostic and Imaging Services, which include Angio Interventional Radiology Services, CT, Mammography, MRI, Nuclear Medicine and Ultrasound.

Hazelbaker has extensive experience in radiology. He previously served as Director of Radiology at Providence Alaska Medical Center in Anchorage. He was also Executive Director of Cardiology and Radiology at the Parrish Medical Center in Florida. Prior to that, he was the Director of Radiology at the Luther Mayo Hospital in Eau Claire, Wisconsin.

The Kalaheo High School graduate earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Interpersonal Communications from the University of Idaho. He also holds an Associate of Science degree in Radiologic Technology and a Master’s degree in Hospital Administration from the University of North Florida.

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