RadNet Inc. to hire 500 employees, open customer service center in Tulsa

News Channel 8 Tulsa

RadNet Inc. will open a customer operations center at the Eastgate Metroplex and hire 500 employees to work at the complex in Tulsa.

“We are proud to be opening our customer operations center in Tulsa,” says Norman Hames, RadNet’s chief operating officer and president of west coast operations. “With the highly skilled and available workforce in Tulsa, we are confident that this center will be effective in supporting our offices in the United States.”

“I am thrilled to welcome RadNet to Oklahoma. This is an exciting development for both RadNet and the entire Tulsa area. Further, it represents a compelling opportunity for the many Oklahomans who will soon be joining the RadNet team,” said Scott Mueller, Oklahoma Secretary of Commerce and Workforce Development. “I applaud the Tulsa Regional Chamber for their work in bringing these 500 new jobs to our state and further growing our burgeoning healthcare services sector.”  

RadNet provides freestanding, fixed-site diagnostic imaging services, and the 69,000 square foot Eastgate complex will provide customer service and support to patients across the U.S.

The Tulsa Regional Chamber worked with RadNet to find a worksite in northeast Oklahoma.

“This is incredible news for Tulsa and is a huge testament to the trust employers are putting in our city and in our people,” said Mayor G.T. Bynum. “I want to thank our partners at the Tulsa Regional Chamber for championing this effort, and for RadNet’s commitment to providing jobs and world-class healthcare services to those who need them.”

RadNet plans to hold several job fairs through the end of the year. For more information about the customer service position openings, click here.

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