Dori Holnagel, MBA

  • Vice President Hoag Family Cancer Institute

Dori Holnagel, MBA, is the Vice President of Clinical Institutes. In her role she provides administrative leadership for a significant portfolio of clinical programs including Women’s Health Institute, Hoag Family Cancer Institute, the newly launched Digestive Disease Institute, the Precision Medicine Program, and the Thyroid program.

Ms. Holnagel is an experienced leader with significant strategic, operational and programmatic knowledge. She has served as the Executive Administrator of Hoag Family Cancer Institute, where she planned and implemented the new vision for our integrated, world-class cancer program. Prior to this, Ms. Holnagel was the Executive Director over Pickup Family Neurosciences Institute where she developed the first Community Early Cognition Program in the nation, and helped the hospital receive a Get With the Guidelines (GWTG) Gold Plus Award in Stroke Care as well as many other state and national accolades.

She earned her Bachelors Degree in Business Management at California State University, Northridge and her MBA from California State University, Long Beach. In addition, she holds an Associates degree in Science Radiology from Delta College in Saginaw, MI, and a Radiation Therapy, RTT, degree from UCLA/VA Wadsworth School of Radiation Oncology.

For 20 years, Ms. Holnagel has exhibited progressive leadership in neurosciences, orthopedics and cancer, with a track record of success in gross revenue growth within a highly competitive marketplace. Her significant level and depth of collaboration with physicians has resulted in reduced cost, national recognition and more efficient systems. She is admired for her passion for patients, commitment to developing future leaders, and ability to nurture deep relationships with physicians and partners.

Ms. Holnagel is active in many professional organizations, including the American Healthcare Executives (AHCE) and the Society for Radiation Oncology (SROA).