Tyler Martin MHA, R.T. (R)(CT) is a dynamic, results-driven healthcare administrator with a proven ability to lead, collaborate, and implement patient centered programs and initiatives across diverse healthcare settings. As Executive Director of Ambulatory Networks at New England Baptist Hospital, Martin sets the strategic direction, oversees clinical operations, program development and implementation for the ambulatory network at New England Baptist Hospital’s main campus and five off-campus locations, with a combined operating expense budget of $15.5M and 120 clinical and administrative personnel. Previously, Martin worked at Massachusetts General Hospital where he was responsible for the operations of three multi-modality off campus imaging centers and managed an operating expense budget of $32 million and staff of 50 clinical and administrative personnel. Martin has a BS in Medical Diagnostic Imaging from Fort Hays State University and a Masters of Healthcare from Regis College. Martin received his ARRT certification in radiology in 2001 and in computed tomography in 2006. He is a doctor of public health in the radiation control program of the state of Massachusetts. Currently, Martin serves as an instructor at Regis College and is a member of several professional organizations including the American College of Healthcare Executives, American Society of Radiologic Technologists, and the Massachusetts Society of Radiologic Technologists.