Michigan State University signs Cardinal Healthcare Group

FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS – 04-06-2019 (PRDistribution.com) — Michigan State University has entered into an agreement with Cardinal Healthcare Group for healthcare provider recruiting.Cardinal Healthcare Group will be recruiting body imagining specialist and possibly mammographers for the MSU radiology department. The MSU radiology department is a highly experienced group practicing modern era, high-quality radiology.  As one of the top research universities in the world, Michigan State University pushes the boundaries of discovery and forges enduring partnerships to solve the most pressing global challenges while providing life-changing opportunities to a diverse and inclusive academic community. 

Cardinal Healthcare Group managing partner, Joe Goddard, recently met with the MSU radiology executive team.  He said, “we are very excited to be working with one of the top universities in the world.  MSU and Cardinal Healthcare Group share a common goal of delivering only the best for our clients and patients.  We are very excited to be working with this amazing university”.  Joe Goddard and his team work from a Springdale, AR based HQ, and service a who’s who in the healthcare industry, with clients in 50 states.

For more information on Cardinal Healthcare Group please contact:  Joe Goddard at [email protected]

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