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Diagnostic Radiology Residency at NSUH

Program Director Welcome Statement


The Department of Radiology at North Shore University Hospital in Manhasset, NY, has a total of 21 residents in its diagnostic radiology residency. This ACGME fully accredited program provides progressive and comprehensive training and education under the supervision of an outstanding faculty, with subspecialty expertise in all modalities of diagnostic imaging.  The department is equipped with state-of-the-art technology in our in-patient and out-patient facilities. Recent acquisitions include a 3T magnet, an open MR with ambient technology, a 64-slice multidetector CT and PET/CT, and new interventional and neurointerventional suites.

 

The goal of the diagnostic radiology program is to provide a strong, balanced foundation of training in a closely supervised setting with graded responsibilities, while at the same time providing the highest quality patient care. All residents become involved with the various ongoing research projects as an introduction to academic medicine.

The program is under the leadership of James B. Naidich, MD, Program Director, and Rona F. Woldenberg, MD, Associate Program Director. With the encouragement of Mitchell A. Goldman, MD, Department Chairman, residents in this program play an unusually important role in the administration of their residency training program. The Program Coordinator, Carole Magid-Green, provides friendly, important support.

The program participates in the match and only accepts applications through ERAS. It is a requirement that residents complete a year of clinical training prior to matriculating in this program.

The department also offers fellowship positions in neuroradiology, (contact Karen S. Black, MD) and body imaging (contact John S. Pellerito, MD).

 

 

James B. Naidich MD
Program Director

 

 

Rona F. Woldenberg MD
Associate Program Director


A great deal of additional information is available for applicants and visitors at our own website: www.nsrad.org.
 

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