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NightHawk Radiology Holdings, Inc. Announces Senior Executive Departures
Date:2/13/2008

ated development, the Company has recognized the need to centralize its executive management team in its Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, headquarters and, as a result, Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer Glenn Cole will be stepping down from the Company, most likely sometime in the second quarter. Cole has been living in Ann Arbor, Michigan since he joined NightHawk in May 2007, and, for personal reasons, has decided not to relocate to the Company's headquarters. The Company will be undertaking a retained search to fill this vacancy, with Cole remaining as CFO to help facilitate the transition.

"We appreciate the contributions made by Glenn since his arrival nearly a year ago and wish him the best in the future. While we will miss Glenn, we believe it is essential to the Company's long-term success for our executive team to be working together in the same location," commented Dr. Berger.

About NightHawk

NightHawk Radiology (Nasdaq: NHWK), headquartered in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, is leading the transformation of the practice of radiology by providing high-quality, cost-effective services to radiology groups and hospitals throughout the United States. NightHawk provides the most complete suite of solutions, including professional services, business services, and its advanced, proprietary clinical workflow technology, all designed to increase efficiencies and improve the quality of patient care and the lives of physicians who provide it. NightHawk's team of U.S. board-certified, state-licensed, and hospital-privileged physicians located in the United States, Australia, and Switzerland, provides services 24 hours a day, seven days a week to nearly 1,500 sites, representing approximately 26% of all hospitals in the United State
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