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All of Diagnostic Imaging’s radiologists are AOBR board certified. MDs and DOs trained in the US. We choose radiologists who are hardworking, courteous, helpful, efficient, patient and skilled.



Bo Yon Choi, D.O.


Osteopathic Medical Degree:

            College of Osteopathic Medicine, Michigan State University

 

Internship / Residency:

            Botsford Hospital

 

Fellowship:

            Henry Ford Hospital, Body Imaging

 

Certification(s) / Memberships:

            ACR

            ARRS

            AOCR

            RSNA

 

Practicing Since: 

           2013

 

While at Michigan State University, Dr. Choi worked in the Clinical Faculty Department.  She recently completed her fellowship at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit, Michigan.  She is licensed to prctice in Michigan, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Pennsylvania.

 

 

Brooke White, D.O.


Osteopathic Medical Degree:

            Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine

 

Internship / Residency:

            Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine

 

Certification(s) / Memberships:

            American Osteopathic Association

            American College of Radiology

            Radiological Society of North America

           

Practicing Since: 

           2014

 

Dr. White recently completed her residency program as Oklahoma State University Medical Center and is currently in a mammography fellowship at OU Breast Institute.  She is interested in research and presented a poster at the AOCR conference in 2013, titled "Hysterosalpingogram Evaluation of Transcervical Sterilization Devices Including Adiana and Essure Tubal Occlusive Devices For Permanent Birth Control Methods."  She is licensed to practice in Arkansas, Kansas, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Pennsylvania.

 

 

Carole M. Dentino, M.D.


Medical Degree:

            Mount Sinai School of Medicine

 

Internship / Residency:

            West Virginia University Health Sciences Center

 

Fellowship:

            Pediatric Radiology Duke University Medical Center

 

Certification(s) / Memberships:

            MQSA Certification in Mammography

            American College of Radiology

            Radiological Society of North America

 

Practicing Since: 

           1996

 

In addition to being a practicing radiologist, Dr. Dentino has been widely published and was a Clinical Assistant Professor of Radiology at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School or Medicine. She has been an active participant in women’s radiological health issues with volunteer and community events as well as serving as a foreign language interpreter (Spanish and French) throughout her career. She is licensed to practice in Louisiana, Mississippi, New Mexico, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania and Texas.

 

 

Christos E. Vassiliou, D.O.


Osteopathic Medical Degree:

            University of North Texas Health Science Center

 

Internship / Residency:

            Oklahoma State University Medical Center

 

Certification(s) / Memberships:

            American Osteopathic Association

            Texas Osteopathic Medical Association

            American Osteopathic College of Radiology

 

Practicing Since: 

           2010

 

Dr. Vassiliou served in the United States Navy.  He was a Hospital Corpsman and a Fleet Marine Corps combat medic.  He performed his undergraduate work at Angelo State University, attaining his B.S. in Biology.  While attending Angelo State, he worked with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service at Big Bend National Park.  Dr. Vassiliou continues to be interested in a variety of subjects and still mentors medical students at Oklahoma State University.  He is licensed to practice in Arkansas, Kansas, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Pennsylvania.

 

 

Damon L. Brooks, D.O.


Medical Degree:

            University of North Texas Health Science Center

 

Internship / Residency:

            Tulsa Regional Medical Center/Oklahoma State University Medical Center

 

Certification(s) / Memberships:

            American Osteopathic Board of Radiology

 

Practicing Since: 

           2009

 

Dr. Brooks started his academic career at Stephen F, Austin State University in Nacogdoches, Texas.  He moved to Tulsa, Oklahoma, for his internship and residency.  He then moved back to Houston, Texas, for a specialized Body Imaging Fellowship at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center.  He is a member of the American College of Radiology, the American Osteopathic College of Radiology and the Texas Medical Association.  He is licensed to practie in Kansas, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas.

 

 

Dean R. Fullingim, D.O., F.A.O.C.R., F.A.C.R.


Osteopathic Medical Degree:

            Kansas City College of Osteopathic Medicine & Surgery

 

Internship / Residency:

            Radiology:  Oklahoma Osteopathic Hospital

            Fellowship:  Nuclear Medicine-Donner Laboratories, University of California, Berkeley

 

Certification(s) / Memberships:

            American Board of Nuclear Medicine

            American Osteopathic Board of Nuclear Medicine

            American Osteopathic Board of Radiology

Fellow, American Osteopathic College of Radiology and American College of Radiology

 

Practicing Since: 

           1975

 

Dr. Fullingim’s career in radiology and nuclear medicine spans nearly four decades.  He is the President of Diagnostic Imaging Associates and the visionary behind teleradiology in Oklahoma.  He has lived by the guiding principal of the practice of good medicine.  In 2004, he was named Tulsa Osteopathic Foundation Outstanding Physician of the year.  He remains active in academia by serving as a Clinical Professor of Radiology at Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine.  He is licensed to practice in Arkansas, Oklahoma, Missouri, Kansas, Colorado and New Mexico.

 

 

Donald von Borstel, D.O.


Medical Degree:

            Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine

 

Internship / Residency:

            Oklahoma State University Medical Center

 

Fellowship:

 Musculoskeletal radiology; University of California Irvine

 

Dr. von Borstel completed a Musculoskeletal/Orthopedic radiology fellowship at the University of California, Irvine. He is specifically interested in sports injuries and wrist/hand imaging. He is a member of the Society of Skeletal Radiology and has a passion for teaching.  He has instructed courses for medical students at Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine and Oklahoma State Universtiy School of Medicine, as well as continuing to teach radiology residents musculoskeletal imaging.  He looks forward to teaching throughout his career. He is married to his high school sweet heart and has two children.  He is licensed to practice in California, Kansas, Oklahoma and New Mexico.

 

 

Felino A. Pascual, D.O.


Osteopathic Medical Degree:

            Michigan State University

 

Internship / Residency:

            Oakland General Hospital / Michigan State University

            Botsford General Hospital / Michigan State University

            Fellowship: Lehigh Valley Hospital

 

Certification(s) / Memberships:

            AOBR

            AOA

            CAQ Vascular / Interventional Radiology

 

Practicing Since: 

            1994

 

Dr. Pascual has the advantage of breadth of experience due to his vascular/interventional radiology fellowship at Lehigh Valley Hospital. The fellowship taught a wide range of vascular and non-vascular interventional/diagnostic techniques including angioplasty, renal, extracranial embolization, stent placement, TIPS, thromboylis, IVC filter placement, venous access device placement, vasopressin therapy and foreign body removal, just to list a few. Dr. Pascual currently mentors physicians in training through consultation and teaching basic radiological practice.  He is licensed to practice in California, Kansas, Michigan, Oklahoma and New Mexico.

 

 

George Erbacher, D.O., F.A.O.C.R


Osteopathic Medical Degree:

            Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences-College of Osteopathic Medicine

 

Internship / Residency:

            Internship:  Brentwood Hospital

            Residency:  Rocky Mountain Hospital-Family Medicine

Residency:  OSU Medical Center-Radiology

            Fellowship:  University of Cincinnati Hospital-Interventional/Imaging

 

Certification(s):

           American Osteopathic Board of Radiology

           American Osteopathic Board of General Practice

 

Certificate of added Qualifications (CAQ):

           Interventional Radiology

 

Memberships:

            American Osteopathic College of Radiology

           American College of Radiology

           Society of Interventional Radiology

           Mid-America Interventional Radiology Society

           American Heart Association

 

Practice: 

            1982-1988 – Family Practice

           1992-Present: Interventional Radiologist/Radiologist

 

Dr. Erbacher is currently a practicing Interventional radiologist who still holds positions educating medical students.  He is an Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor of Radiology for Touro University, as well as an Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor of Radiology and Surgery for Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences.  Dr. Erbacher remains actively involved with research.  He is also licensed to practice in Oklahoma, Kansas, Colorado and New Mexico.

 

 

George E. Polanco, D.O.


Medical Degree:

            Michigan State University, College of Osteopathic Medicine

 

Internship / Residency:

            Detroit Osteopathic Health Corporation / Michigan State University

 

Fellowship:

            Vascular and Interventional Radiology; Wayne State University

 

Dr. Polanco is licensed to practice in Alaska, Florida, Hawaii, Michigan, Oklahoma, New Jersey and New Zealand. He is passionate about traveling and participates in medical missions. He is a member of the American Osteopathic Association, American Medical Association, American Osteopathic College of Radiology, American College of Radiology and the Michigan Association of Physicians and Surgeons.  He is licensed to practice in Alaska, Hawaii, Michigan, New Mexico and Oklahoma.

 

 

Hooby Yoon, D.O.


Osteopathic Medical Degree:

            Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine

 

Internship / Residency:

            Oklahoma State Medical Center

            Fellowship in Body Imaging:  UT Southwestern

 

Certification(s) / Memberships:

            American Osteopathic Association

            American College of Radiology

            Radiological Society of North America

 

Practicing Since: 

           2005

 

Dr. Yoon began his education at a joint university program with Indiana University and Purdue, before coming to Oklahoma State University Health Sciences Center.  He has been employed with DIA since his residency. He is licensed to practice in Kansas, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas.


James Pham, D.O.


Osteopathic Medical Degree:

            A.T. Still University, Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine

 

Internship / Residency:

            Northside Hospital & Tampa Bay Heart Institute

            Oklahoma State University Medical Center

 

Certification(s) / Memberships:

            American Osteopathic Association

            American Osteopathic College of Radiology

            American College of Radiology

            Radiologic Society of North America

 

Practicing Since: 

           2013

 

Dr. Pham is passionate for establishing and developing rapport with referring physicians, patients and staff.  He works to provide education for Residents and medical students.  He enjoys the technical and procedural aspects of radiology.  He is licensed to practice in Kansas, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Pennsylvania.

 

Jeremy Fullingim, D.O.


Osteopathic Medical Degree:

            Oklahoma State University Medical Center for Health Sciences

 

Internship / Residency:

            Residency:  Oklahoma State University Medical Center

            Fellowship:  The Children’s Mercy Hospitals & Clinics

 

Certification(s):

           Board Certified in Diagnostic Radiology

           CAQ in Pediatric Radiology

 

Memberships:

            American Osteopathic Association

            American Osteopathic Board of Radiology

            American College of Radiology

            American Roentgen Ray Society

            Society of Pediatric Radiology

 

 

Practicing Since: 

            2008

 

Dr. Fullingim completed his undergraduate degree at Arkansas Tech University where he received a B.S. in Biology.  He then moved to Oklahoma to complete his medical training at Oklahoma State University Health and Sciences Center.  He then finalized his training with a pediatric fellowship in Kansas City.  Dr. Fullingim entered private practice with DIA in 2009 after completing his fellowship.  He became the Program Director of the Diagnostic Radiology Residency Program at OSUMC in 2013, in addition to continuing private practice with DIA. He is licensed to practice in Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri, New Mexico and Oklahoma.

 

 

 

 

John D. Walton, D.O.


Osteopathic Medical Degree:

            Oklahoma State University

 

Internship / Residency:

            Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine

 

Certification(s) / Memberships:

            American Osteopathic Association

            American College of Radiology

            Radiological Society of North America

            Oklahoma Osteopathic Association

 

Practicing Since: 

           2006

 

Dr. Walton has been with DIA since his residency and is greatly valued as a trusted long term employee.  Dr. Walton remains active with the Oklahoma State University Health and Sciences Center by serving as an adjunct professor and mentoring young students.  He is licensed to practice in Arkansas, Kansas, New Mexico and Oklahoma.

 

 

John S. Dennis, D.O.


Osteopathic Medical Degree:

            Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine

 

Internship / Residency:

            Internship - Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine

Residency: Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine

            Fellowship – Michael Reese Medical Center & Harper Hospital-Detroit Medical Center

 

Certification(s) / Memberships:

 

           Radiology – American Osteopathic Board of Radiology Certification

           American College of Radiology

           American Osteopathic College of Radiology

           Radiologic Society of North America

           American Roentgen Ray Society

           American Society of Neuroradiology

 

Practicing Since: 

           1982

 

Dr. Dennis graduated with a bachelor’s degree in zoology from the University of Wisconsin then attended Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine, where he obtained his doctorate in osteopathic medicine.  He completed a fellowship in nuclear medicine at Michael Reese Medical Center and in neuroradiology at Harper Hospital-Detroit Medical Center, in Michigan.  Dr. Dennis is the current Medical Director for Diagnostic Imaging Associates.  He is licensed to practice in New Mexico and Oklahoma.

 

 

Jonathon Kirkland, D.O.


Osteopathic Medical Degree:

            Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine

 

Internship / Residency:

            Midwestern University-Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine

            Interventional Radiology Fellowship-University of Minnesota

 

Certification(s) / Memberships:

            American Osteopathic College of Radiology

            Radiological Society of North America

            Society of Interventional Radiology

 

Practicing Since: 

           2012

 

Dr. Kirkland, an Oklahoma native, graduated magna cum laude from University of Central Oklahoma with a BS in biology.  Dr. Kirkland has special interest in interventional oncology and arterial interventions.  An avid football fan, off time is often spent with his wife and two young children. He is licensed to practice in Arkansas, New Mexico and Oklahoma.

 

 

Judith Wolfstein, M.D.


Medical Degree:

            Sackler School of Medicine

 

Internship / Residency:

            General Surgery: University Hospitals of Cleveland

            Diagnostic Radiology: Metrohealth medical Center Case Western Reserve University

            Fellowship Neuroradiology: Thomas Jefferson University Hospital

 

Certification(s) / Memberships:

            American Board of Radiology Certification

            CAQ Neuroradiology

            American Society of Radiology

 

Practicing Since: 

           1998

 

Dr. Wolfstein graduated M.D. Magna Cum Laude. She continues to work mentoring medical residents at Oklahoma State University. 
Dr. Wolfstein is licensed to practice in  Kansas, Oklahoma, New Jersey, New Mexico and Pennsylvania.

 

 

Kelly P. Cole, M.D.


Medical Degree:

            St. George’s University School of Medicine

 

Internship / Residency:

            Pediatric Internship – The University of Oklahoma

            Diagnostic Radiology Residence – University of Mississippi Medical Center

 

Certification(s) / Memberships:

            United States Medical Licensing Exam

            ABR Physics Exam

            ABR Written Exam

 

Practicing Since: 

           2009

 

Dr. Cole graduated from Vanderbilt University, with a Bachelor of Engineering, Magna Cum Laude, before attending St. George’s University School of Medicine. She is licensed to practice in Mississippi, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Pennsylvania.

 

 

L. Danielle See, D.O.


Osteopathic Medical Degree:

            Pikeville College of Osteopathic Medicine

 

Internship / Residency:

            Oklahoma State University Medical Center

 

Certification(s) / Memberships:

            American Osteopathic Association

            American Osteopathic College of Radiology

            Radiological Society of North America

 

Practicing Since: 

           2012

 

Dr. See received her B.S. in Biochemistry from Western Kentucky University.  Dr. See has served as a representative for the medical community by attending D.O. Day on the Hill in Washington D.C. and was a S.O.M.A. Convention Delegate.  Dr. See is licensed to practice in Arknsas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania and Tennessee.

 

 

Marcus Brown, M.D.


Medical Degree:

            University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences

 

Internship / Residency:

            Baptist Health and St. Vincent’s Hospital / University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences

 

Professional Memberships:

            American Board of Radiology, member since 2010

            American College of Radiology, member since 2010

            Radiologic Society of North America, member since 2010

            Arkansas Medical Society, member since 2006

 

Dr. Brown recent moved to Oklahoma from Durham, North Carolina, where he was pursuing a fellowship in abdominal imaging. While in residency he worked at the only Level 1 Trauma Center in the state of Arkansas as well as doing rotations at the Arkansas Children’s Hospital. Dr. Brown resides in Enid, Oklahoma working at St. Mary’s Regional Medical Center. Dr. Brown is licensed in North Carolina and Oklahoma.

 

 

Michelle M. Ponder, MD.


Medical Degree:

            University of Oklahoma College of Medicine

 

Internship / Residency:

            University of Oklahoma

            Pediatrics-University of Oklahoma Children’s Hospital

 

Certification(s) / Memberships:

            American College of Radiology

            Radiological Sciences of North America

            Radiologic Clinics of North America

            Oklahoma State radiological Society

 

Practicing Since: 

           2007

 

Dr. Ponder is a Board Certified Radiologist.  She maintains academic appointment at both Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic medicine and at Oklahoma University Medical Center as an adjunct professor.  She is interested in women’s health issues.  She is licensed to practice in New Mexico and Oklahoma.

 

 

Nicholas G. Bull, D.O.


Osteopathic Medical Degree:

            Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences

 

Internship / Residency:

            Oklahoma State University Medical Center

 

Certification(s) / Memberships:

            Oklahoma Medical License

 

Dr. Bull is a recent graduate of Oklahoma State University Medical Centers 5 year categorical residency program in diagnostic radiology and currently is an adjunct clinical professor of radiology at Oklahoma State University Medical Center.  Currently, his practice is a balanced mix of "interventional light", minimally invasive image guided procedures, performed at Woodward Regional Hospital in western Oklahoma; and general diagnostic radiology at many Oklahoma hospitals serviced by DIA.  He is licensed to practice in New Mexico and Oklahoma.

 

 

Nina C. Jones, M.D.


Medical Degree:

            University of Oklahoma School of Medicine

 

Internship / Residency:

            University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center

 

Certification(s) / Memberships:

            American College of Radiology

            Radiological Society of North America

            Society of Nuclear Medicine

 

Practicing Since: 

           1982

 

Dr. Jones spent two years after completing residency as a circuit radiologist with the practice of Dr. Dennis Pennington.  She covered multiple small hospitals throughout eastern Oklahoma.  She served a clinical preceptor for the University of Oklahoma Medical School during that time.  Dr. Jones spent 26 years as a radiologist with Servant Institute of Radiology serving as an assistant professor at Oral Roberts University Medical School in addition to clinical preceptor for the University of Oklahoma Medical School and Oklahoma State Medical School during a portion of those 26 years.  Dr. Jones joined the radiology staff of Diagnostic Imaging Associates in 2011 and has greatly enjoyed working for this radiology group.  Dr. Jones is licensed in the state of Oklahoma.  She is a general radiologist, covering multiple areas of imaging with a special interest in breast imaging.  She is licensed to practice in Oklahoma.

 

 

 

Patrick O’Hayre, D.O.


Osteopathic Medical Degree:

            Touro University College of Osteopathic Medicine

 

Internship / Residency:

            Oklahoma State University Medical Center

 

 

Certification(s) / Memberships:

            American Osteopathic Association

            American College of Radiology

            Radiological Society of North America

 

Practicing Since: 

           2012

 

Dr. O’Hayre began his educational career at the University of Colorado at Boulder majoring in Biology. He then moved to Regis University in Denver, where he obtained his B.S. in Biology, graduating Cum Laude. Dr. O’Hayre currently works in general radiology handling with high volume radiological studies.  He is licensed to practice in Colorado, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Pennsylvania.

 

 

Peter J. Mostert, D.O.


Osteopathic Medical Degree:

            Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine

 

Internship / Residency:

            Oklahoma State University Medical Center

            Fellowship: Musculoskeletal Radiology, University of California Irvine

 

Certification(s) / Memberships:

            American College of Radiology

            Radiologic Society of North America

            American Roentgen Ray Society

 

Practicing Since: 

           2013

 

Dr. Mostert received his general radiology training at Oklahoma State University Medical Center and then went on to receive additional training in orthopedic (musculoskeletal) imaging interpretation and procedures at University of California Irvine.  He has strong interests in teaching and has served as a clinical instructor for radiology residents at both Oklahoma State University and University of California Irvine medical centers.  He is licensed to practice in Arkansas, California, New Mexico and Oklahoma.

 

 

Ralph Noah, M.D.


Medical Degree:

            The Medical College of Pennsylvania

 

Internship / Residency:

            The Medical College of Pennsylvania

 

Certification(s) / Memberships:

            American Board of Radiology

            National Board of Medical Examiners

           Level II Reader Cardiac CTA

 

Practicing Since: 

           1995

 

Dr. Noah has worked in private practice as well as in a teaching environment. He was an Instructor and Assistant Professor at Allegheny University Hospitals in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  He currently serves as an Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor of Radiology at the Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences.  He is licensed to practice in Delaware, Kansas, New Jersey, New Mexico, Maryland, Oklahoma and Pennsylvania.

 

 

Ronald A. Stillerman, D.O.


Medical Degree:

            Nova Southeastern University

            Southeastern College of Osteopathic Medicine

 

Internship / Residency:

            Botsford General Hospital / Michigan State University

 

Fellowship:

           Magnetic Resonance Imaging; University of Tennessee/St. Jude Children’s Hospital

 

Dr. Stillerman is licensed to practice in Florida and Oklahoma. He started his career in Tulsa at Tulsa Regional Medical Center. He then moved to Florida where he practiced for 15 years before returning to Tulsa. He is a member of the American Osteopathic Association and the American Osteopathic College of Radiology.  He is licensed to pratice in Florida and Oklahoma.

 

 

Sheila M. Taber, D.O.


Osteopathic Medical Degree:

            Oklahoma State University

 

Internship / Residency:

            Family Medicine Special Emphasis, Tulsa Regional Medical Center

 

Certification(s) / Memberships:

            American Osteopathic Association

            American Osteopathic College of Radiology

            American Roentgen Ray Society

 

Practicing Since: 

           2002

 

Dr. Taber is the director of a telemammography program which began in 2007 with 3 analog sites.  The program now includes over 40 telemammography sites that provide screening, diagnostic and breast ultrasound services in Oklahoma and New Mexico.  Dr. Taber served on the Board of Directors for Oklahoma Project Woman, a non-profit organization that provides funding for mammograms, breast ultrasounds and assists patients in obtaining funding for all aspects of cancer therapy, to patients who cannot afford such services.  She is licensed to practice in Kansas, New Mexico and Oklahoma.

 

 

Stephen A. Back, D.O.


Osteopathic Medical Degree:

            Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences

 

Internship / Residency:

            Oklahoma State University Medical Center

 

Certification(s) / Memberships:

            American Osteopathic Association

           American Osteopathic College of Radiology

           American College of Radiology

           Radiological Society of North America

           Oklahoma Osteopathic Association

           Osteopathic Founders Foundation

 

Practicing Since: 

           2011

 

After graduating college from Loyola University in New Orleans, LA, Dr. Back worked for Big Brothers and Sisters before attending medical school.  While in medical school he worked as a library assistant and pharmacology researcher, co-authoring two editions of pharmacology flash cards with Elsevier publishing.  He also served as chief of his intern class and earned intern of the year award.  He served as the chief resident of the chief residency council during his fourth year of post graduate training.  Dr. Back completed an ACR Mini-Fellowship in Musculoskeletal MRI: Commonly Imaged Joints and awarded Certificate of Proficiency.  He is married and has a son.  He and his wife are active in the Parent Child Center of Tulsa Toyland Ball and the Tulsa Zoo Waltz on the Wild.  He is also a member of the Adult Congenital Heart Association.  Dr. Back is licensed to practice in Kansas, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Pennsylvania.

 

 

Tanakorn Songrug, M.D.


Medical Degree:

            The Ohio State University College of Medicine and Public Health Residency/Intern

            The Ohio State University Medical Center/Jewish Hospital of Cincinnati

 

Fellowship:

            University of Miami Miller School of Medicine/Jackson Memorial Hospital

 

Dr. Songrug recently completed a fellowship in Vascular and Interventional Radiology, having been trained in a broad range of procedures. He was trained in large academic medical center with NCI’s designated Comprehensive Cancer Center and Level 1 trauma center. Dr. Songrug is licensed to practice in Ohio and Oklahoma. In his spare time, he is an avid college sport fan and outdoor enthusiast.  He is licensed to practice in Oklahoma and Ohio.

 

 

Troy D. Gonzalez, M.D.


Medical Degree:

            University of California San Diego School of Medicine

 

Internship / Residency:

            Tucson Hospitals Medical education Program

           University of California San Diego School of Medicine Radiology Residency and Body Imaging Fellowship

 

Certification(s) / Memberships:

            Board Certified Diagnostic Radiology

American College of Radiology

           

Practicing Since: 

           2002

 

Dr. Gonzalez began and ended his educational career at the University of California San Diego.  He obtained a B.S. in Biochemistry and Cell Biology before advancing on to UCSD Medical School.  Radiology Residency was completed at UCSD Medical Center where he was Chief Resident.  Following Residency he completed a Body imaging fellowship at UCSD Medical Center with special emphasis on Body MRI and high risk OB ultrasound.  He currently provides teleradiology services for DIA.   Dr. Gonzalez is licensed to practice in California and Oklahoma.

 

 

Timothy McCay, D.O.


Osteopathic Medical Degree:

            College of Osteopathic Medicine at Oklahoma State University

 

Internship / Residency:

            Oklahoma State University Medical Center

 

Certification(s) / Memberships:

            National Board of Osteopathic Medical Examiners

 

Practicing Since: 

           2005

 

Dr. McCay received his medical degree from the College of Osteopathic Medicine at Oklahoma State University.  Prior to that, he completed two undergraduate degrees—one in nuclear medicine at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center and the other in chemistry.  While working on a second bachelor’s of science degree, Dr. McCay conducted research on nuclear medicine cardiovascular imaging.  Dr. McCay completed his residency in radiology at Oklahoma State University Medical Center where he also served as Chief Intern.  He is licensed to practice in New Mexico and Oklahoma.