Dr. Jeff Rich
Dr. Rich received his DC degree from Northwestern College of Chiropractic and then completed a three-year full time imaging residency. After passing the board-certification examinations, he accepted a position as an Assistant Professor in the Clinical Sciences Department at Northwestern. While at Northwestern, he lectured extensively for the imaging department and continuing education department, provided imaging consultation for the campus based film interpretation service, and treated patients in the University Health Service. In 1999 he was honored as Northwestern’s Teacher-of-the-Year. In 2003 Dr. Rich accepted a position at the National University of Health Sciences as the Director of the Department of Diagnostic Imaging. He was also Faculty Director for the Imaging Residency Program and Director of the National MRI Center. Dr. Rich re-joined the faculty of NWHSU in September 2005 where he currently serves as radiologist for the RCS and as an Adjunct Instructor in the Radiology Department. He enjoys his time lecturing and spending time “in the dark” interpreting imaging studies. In his free time he spends time with his wife and nine children and serving in the local church.