Harlan Meyer, M.D., has been elected the next medical staff president at Grant Medical Center.

COLUMBUS, Ohio – Harlan Meyer, M.D., has been elected the next medical staff president at Grant Medical Center.

He will serve as president-elect for a two-year term, beginning this January 2014. His official two-year term as president will start in January 2016.

"Columbus Radiology has a long-standing relationship with Grant Medical Center, and I look forward to continuing that partnership and contributing to the hospital's excellent reputation for quality care and diagnostic services," Dr. Meyer said.

Dr. Meyer is a radiologist at Columbus Radiology and specializes in mammography and diagnostic radiology. He has practiced at Columbus Radiology for 20 years and also serves as department chair of radiology, a position he has heldsince 2009.

"This appointment is especially meaningful," Dr. Meyer adds. "My family has a unique connection to Grant Medical Center and the radiology department. Both my father and grandfather were radiologists who worked at Grant."

In addition, his grandfather was one of the original radiologists who started the radiology department before Grant operated it independently. In 1978, when the hospital did its first major expansion, Harlan's father and his partners turned over the department's operations to the hospital and became the current day Columbus Radiology practice.

A University of Cincinnati College of Medicinegraduate, Dr. Meyer completed his residency at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation. He is a member of the Radiological Society of North America, American College of Radiology and the Ohio State Radiological Society. He is also a board member and liaison for Medical Group of Ohio.

About Columbus Radiology

Columbus Radiology was founded in 1946 and has grown to be a leading provider of professional interpretation services. Today, Columbus Radiology reads for multiple hospitals, imaging and ambulatory centers throughout Ohio. Columbus Radiology's radiologists are board certified and fellowship trained in musculoskeletal/osteoradiology, mammography, neuroradiology, body imaging, nuclear medicine, interventional radiology and general radiology. To learn more, visit www.columbusradiology.com.