Who are your radiologists?
A radiologist is a medical doctor (MD) who is specifically trained to interpret all forms of medical imaging. Imaging modalities interpreted by radiologists include X-ray, fluoroscopy, ultrasound, mammography, CT scan, MRI, and Nuclear Medicine. Radiologists are the expert consultants with whom physicians across the medical field consult to guide the most appropriate imaging for a patient. Radiologists additionally provide many direct patient therapies and procedures, called Interventional Radiology, by using an imaging modality as a guide for the procedure. A radiologist’s training includes four years of medical school, five years of radiology residency, and one to two additional years of fellowship subspecialty training.
All of our radiologists are certified by the American Board of Radiology and the United States Medical Licensing Examiner.