The Alberta College of Medical Diagnostic and Therapeutic Technologists (the College) is pleased to announce the selection of our new Registrar and CEO, Lyndsay Arndt, as of August 14, 2023. Lyndsay will also assume the role of Complaints Director.
“The selection process was rigorous, but it was clear early on that Lyndsay was the right fit for our organization’s mission and values,” says Council Chair Steve DeColle. “Besides a wealth of knowledge and experience in the Alberta health regulation environment, she brings genuine excitement to the role. We are thrilled to have found such a talented and capable leader to guide the College into the future.”
The search was led by a five-member subcommittee of the College’s Council, the Registrar/CEO Selection Workgroup, using recruiters The Vogel Group.
“I am both honoured and excited to join the ACMDTT as Registrar and CEO. For me, leading this highly respected organization and upholding its mission of ensuring health professionals provide safe, competent, and ethical diagnostic and therapeutic care is a privilege that I do not take lightly. I am fully committed to ensuring that the ACMDTT continues to be a valued and trusted regulator by the Alberta public,” says Lyndsay Arndt. “At the same time, I am also fueled with enthusiasm that I can build on the remarkable work already accomplished by the ACMDTT. I am eager to collaborate with Council, staff, dedicated professionals, and stakeholders, leveraging their knowledge and expertise. I believe that together, we will continue to drive innovative and meaningful change, both internally and externally and lead the way in regulatory excellence.”
About Lyndsay Arndt
Lyndsay Arndt has 20+ years of dedicated work in the health sector. She has worked in various roles, beginning as a front-line technologist and educator and progressing to leadership roles. For the past 12 years, Lyndsay has served as the Executive Director/Registrar and Complaints Director at the Alberta College of Combined Laboratory and X-ray Technologists (ACCLXT).
A professional regulator, Lyndsay has demonstrated excellence in strategic leadership and expertly navigating the ever-changing landscape of health regulations. In her experience, she has spearheaded transformative initiatives, cultivated change management, and driven organizations to excellence. She is a proven leader in her field.
“On behalf of the Council, we’d like to share our tremendous appreciation and thanks to our interim leaders for lending us their wisdom and experience over the last few months. The steady hands of Interim Registrar and CEO Sheila Steger and Interim Complaints Director Susan vander Heide ensured the College continued providing excellent service to the public, registrants, and stakeholders,” says DeColle.
The College’s interim leaders will transition over the coming weeks.
The new Registrar and CEO is expected to focus on the College’s Strategic Plan and ongoing legislative developments as their priority, with the strategic goals to:
- Monitor, apply and advance regulatory best practices.
- Forge a culture of regulatory excellence for public protection.
- Strengthen and communicate our mission.
About the College
The Alberta College of Medical Diagnostic and Therapeutic Technologists is a regulatory body established under the Health Professions Act (HPA) to protect the public. The College regulates five distinct health professional groups (specialties) under two umbrella groups: medical radiation technologists (MRTs) and electroneurophysiology technologists (ENPs).