A Radiologist is a medical specialist trained to interpret imaging exams.
Radiologists undergo at least 13 years of training; four-year undergraduate degree, four-year medical degree, one-year internship, four years of diagnostic radiology residency and one to two years advanced sub-specialized training.
As the radiology field grows even larger with newer imaging studies and exams, Radiologists have become more specialized in specific fields of imaging. Some of these sub-specialties areas include:
- Breast Imaging
- Head and Neck/Musculoskeletal
- Nuclear and Radiation Oncology
Please see our diagnostic imaging radiologists listed below.
Dr. Brent C. Price
Dr. Aaron Goodrum
Dr. Aaron Goodrum specializes in Musculoskeletal Radiology, which makes him the ideal candidate to offer an in-depth clinical report on injury imaging. Dr. Goodrum attended St. Louis University and continued on with a fellowship in Musculoskeletal Radiology at USF. Dr. Goodrum currently resides in Tampa with his wife and son and is an avid sports fan.