Why GW Radiology?

Exposure to Diverse Patients & Pathology:

  • Broad range of pathology stemming from diverse local and international patient population across all socioeconomic backgrounds.
  • High volume as a tertiary center with a Level 1 Trauma Center, Cancer Center, Organ Transplant Program, and Comprehensive Stroke Center.
  • Pediatric radiology training at Children’s National Hospital, one of the top children’s hospitals nationwide, with GW radiology faculty.
  • Working in a variety of practice settings. The large majority of rotations are in the inpatient hospital setting.  A few rotations also include outpatient radiology at the GW Imaging Center, which provides exposure to "private practice-like" radiology work environment.

Resident-Driven Training Program:

  • This is a resident driven program with a low number of fellows. Residents are active participants on all services and are constantly engaged on services.
  • Junior residents learn to interpret advanced scans earlier during their training given absence of large number of fellows.
  • Residents learn to perform various image-guided procedures earlier during their training given absence of large number of fellows.
  • Medium-sized close-knit department where residents and faculty work closely together and become very familiar with one-another. 

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