Wilcox Memorial Hospital is pleased to recognize radiologist Dr. John Culliney on his induction as a Fellow in the American College of Radiology (FACR). Culliney is one of only 100 American College of Radiology (ACR) members inducted into this year’s Fellowship, and the only Fellow inducted from Hawai‘i.

“We are very proud of Dr. John Culliney’s induction as a fellow of the American College of Radiology,” said Jen H. Chahanovich, president and CEO of Wilcox Memorial Hospital and CEO of Kaua‘i Medical Clinic. “He joins a prestigious group of physicians and researchers. It’s truly an honor to have the only Hawai‘i Fellow in this year’s inductee as a member of the Wilcox ‘ohana.”
As an ACR Fellow, Culliney joins the impressive ranks of ACR members who have received one of the highest honors it can bestow on a radiologist, radiation oncologist or medical physicist. To be awarded an ACR Fellowship, a member must be in good standing of the College and have demonstrated both significant accomplishments, as well as a history of service to the College, organized radiology, teaching, or research. Since the College’s conception in 1923, both membership and induction of fellows have been reserved for members who have demonstrated prominent distinction in the specialty. Only about 10 percent of ACR members achieve this recognition. Culliney is the first FACR to practice on the island of Kaua‘i.
Dr. Culliney graduated from the UMDNJ New Jersey Medical School at Newark, now known as Rutgers New Jersey Medical School. He has been practicing at Wilcox Memorial Hospital since 2001.

About Wilcox Memorial Hospital
Founded in 1938, Wilcox Memorial Hospital is a not-for-profit hospital dedicated to providing the Kaua‘i community with accessible, quality health care. The largest medical center on Kaua‘i, it is a state-of-the-art acute care facility with a full suite of services across 22 specialties including cardiology, emergency, family practice, gastroenterology, internal medicine, neurology, OB/GYN, oncology, orthopedics, pediatrics and urology. Its 20-bed emergency department is the first neighbor island facility to obtain a Level III Trauma designation. The hospital also has four birthing suites, seven intensive care beds and 20 same-day surgery beds. The American Heart Association recently recognized Wilcox in three areas of excellence: stroke (S) – gold plus award, heart failure (HF) – gold plus award, and atrial fibrillation (AFIB) – silver award. Wilcox also received the 2014 QUEST citation of merit for high-value health care, was named among the top 10 percent in the nation in 2014 for outstanding patient experience by Healthgrades, and was recognized as a Top Performer on Key Quality Measures by The Joint Commission. Wilcox Memorial Hospital, together with Kaua‘i Medical Clinic and the Wilcox Health Foundation, is an affiliate of Hawai‘i Pacific Health, the state’s largest health care provider. Learn more at wilcoxhealth.org.

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