After completing his graduate studies, Dr. Gromadzki began a career as a medical physicist specializing in diagnostic and therapeutic radiological physics at the University of Virginia Hospital. In October, 1976 he became Chief of Medical Physics at the Vincent T. Lombardi Cancer Research Center at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C., where he modernized the Radiation Therapy Department, and published 8 articles on therapeutic radiological physics. Dr. Gromadzki moved to Salisbury, Maryland in 1981 to become the Chief of Medical Physics at Peninsula General Hospital Medical Center.
In 1987, he moved to Raleigh to become the Chief of Medical Physics at Rex Hospital, where he oversaw and was involved with the expansion of the radiation therapy department and the opening of a new cancer therapy center. During that time, Dr. Gromadzki also founded Triangle Radiological Physics, Inc., a radiation physics consulting firm that specialized in radiation physics and safety consultation to hospitals, commercial companies, doctors, dentists, chiropractors, podiatrists and veterinarians' offices. In 1995, Dr. Gromadzki left Rex to devote his full-time attention to RTL.
Dr. Gromadzki has been involved with the EPA's radon division since 1988, when he was a member of the review committees which made changes and suggestions to the initial documents that eventually became the EPA's radon testing and remediation protocols still in use today.
In the early 1990’s, Dr. Gromadzki became more involved with the EPA’s radon program. He taught the EPA training courses for radon testers and mitigators, and also administered the EPA certification exams. RTL was chosen to conduct radon testing in multiple federal agency offices in the Research Triangle Park and other areas of the Triangle, and we conducted over 2,000 tests for federal government agencies, including all of the EPA facilities and offices in the Research Triangle Park and Raleigh. Dr. Gromadzki’s involvement with the program ended when the EPA assigned administration of the program to the National Environmental Health Association (NEHA) in September 1996.
Dr. Gromadzki is the author of 2 papers on radon.
Our office manager, Matt Gromadzki, assumed that position in the summer of 2014 after nearly ten years of mitigation and testing experience. This experience has provided him with a unique knowledge of radon and combined with his detail-oriented nature, provide an unparalleled customer experience for all of our clients.