Dr. Hoff joins the department as Assistant Professor of Radiology and serves as the Emory St. Joseph’s Hospital Emergency Radiology Site Director. Dr. Hoff is a trauma and emergency radiologist with fellowship training in Abdominal MRI and an interest in traumatic neuroradiology. Her recent research involves total body CT scans for injury characterization in simulated cadaver trauma and using CT to construct finite element models. Dr. Hoff received her A.B. from Washington University in St. Louis, St. Louis, Missouri. She earned her M.D. from Mayo Medical School in Rochester, Minnesota and completed specialty training in both Diagnostic Radiology and Abdominal MRI at University of Michigan Health System, Ann Arbor, Michigan, where she also was on staff for six years before coming to Emory. With two young daughters, Dr. Hoff has “discovered a love of Legos which I never had growing up.” She’s also a huge Disney fan and is glad to be within driving distance of the Magic Kingdom.
Angie Marie LaBordeaux
Access Manager for Interventional Radiology
Angie joined Radiology April 4th as Access Manager for Interventional Radiology. After two months on the job, Angie says, “The most exciting and rewarding part of my new job is being part of an organization (and department) that not only says, “We are all in this together,” but shows it in every way!” Angie brings eight years of experience managing the day-to-day operations for a centralized patient access department at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center in Cincinnati Ohio. There she was responsible for scheduling, pre-service collections, pre-registration, insurance verification, pre-certification, and denials/write-downs. Angie is Epic Certified in Hospital Billing, Registration, and Revenue Cycle. She hopes to leverage her experience to “create efficiencies and sustain current and future workflows at Emory.” Angie earned her B.A. in English from the University of Cincinnati. “I am eager to learn and pass on any knowledge that will help our organization and our patients,” Angie says.