Eric LoMonaco is the director of Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology at Community Hospital, a position he has held since 2006. Prior to that, Eric served for 4½ years as assistant director of Radiation Oncology.

Prior to coming to the Monterey Peninsula, Eric worked first as a radiologic technologist and then as a radiation therapist at several facilities, including Los Angeles County/USC Medical Center, City of Hope National Medical Center, and the Lowell General Hospital Cancer Center in Massachusetts (the latter as lead radiation therapist). Eric is a certified radiology administrator, a certified radiologic technologist, and a certified radiation therapist who holds a bachelor’s degree in radiologic science from Saint Joseph’s College of Maine.

Eric devotes considerable time and energy to serving at-risk youth in our community, regularly giving talks where he shares his own personal journey out of difficult circumstances and inspires students toward academic achievement and healthcare careers. He currently serves as a mentor in CSUMB’s Pay it Forward program, is a past chair of the advisory committee for Cabrillo College’s radiological sciences program, and past chair of the board of Breakthrough, a local nonprofit organization.

Recently Eric was a keynote speaker at the Pebble Beach Authors and Ideas Festival and was also just featured on the cover of the Radiology Business Journal (2017). Eric was also selected for the Ted x Monterey “Outed for Awesome”. Prior to that Eric was voted in the Top 25 for the Monterey County Weekly’s “Movers and Shakers” and earned a feature article in 65 Degree magazine. In 2014 Eric received the Leadership Monterey Peninsula Founders Award for outstanding community service.