Congratulations to John Gosner, Shore Medical Center Leader of the Quarter

October 21, 2021

Congratulations to John Gosner, the Shore Medical Center Cardio Vascular and Radiology Manager for being honored as the SMC Leader of the Quarter. Presented with the award by Shore Vice President of Ambulatory and Surgical Services, Robin Keyack, who lauded Gosner’s work ethic, his allegiance to SMC and the compassionate care that is a benchmark at SMC. This award goes to the team member who consistently motivate their teams to greater heights day in and day out.    

Gosner began his career at Shore in 2003 as an interventional radiologist. Just a few years later, in 2006 he took on administrative roles as Radiology information Systems Coordinator, and Radiology Project Manager. His current role as Radiology Manager of Cardiac Cath, Interventional Radiology, MRI, Nuclear Medicine and Non-Invasive Cardiology, Gosner leads by example. He values education and in May of this year he earned his MBA in Health Care Management, Magna Cum Laude from California Coast University. 

“John is methodical, thoughtful and analytic which is transparent in his data collection, project planning, and reports. His findings in data collection have assisted other working committees to access and implement performance initiatives like the “Ticket to Ride” program,” said Robin Keyack. He willingly participates in various committees such as the Surgical Value Analysis, Cerner teams and serves as the chairperson of the Needle Safety Committee. 

Gosner’s leadership skills have been evident throughout the pandemic. “John did not hesitate to assist human resources, employee health, and the pharmacy and infection prevention in response to the pandemic. He coordinated all efforts for fit testing for staff and our providers, Covid vaccine clinics, and managing the vaccination status report,” concluded Keyack. 

Congratulations to John Gosner who lives in Upper Township with his wife and two sons. When not busy at work he enjoys traveling, great meals at five star restaurants and rolling up his sleeves for many DIY projects.