Diagnostic Radiology Residency

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Cody Smith.jpgWelcome to the University of South Alabama Radiology Diagnostic Residency Program. Thank you for taking time to visit with us here. We hope that you find these web pages informative, reflecting the commitment that the USA Department of Radiology has to maintaining a high quality training program.

The Radiology Residency Program at the University of South Alabama (USA) began training diagnostic radiologists in July 1975, and the program has been continuously accredited by the Accreditation Council on Graduate Medical Education (ACGME). Under the direction of Samuel McQuiston, MD, our program offers five positions for every year in the diagnostic radiology training program with 20 residents currently in training. 

Through a combination of practical educational opportunities and real-time, hands-on training, our program is directed to offering an excellent educational experience in diagnostic radiology with a goal of producing high quality general diagnostic radiologists who will become certified by the American Board of Radiology and successfully advance their career. Training occurs primarily at the USA Medical Center, the USA Children's and Women's Hospital, and the USA Mitchell Cancer Institute. Our graduates are prepared to competently enter a general radiologic practice, advance to subspecialty training in one of the branches of radiology or begin an entrance level junior faculty position.

We hope that you will avail yourself of the opportunity to see that life in the Mobile area offers a year-round, active lifestyle. With a low cost of living, and easy access to amenities from southern Louisiana to the Florida coast, Mobile and Baldwin Counties are a great place to live. You can explore the lifestyle offered to our faculty and residents here.

 

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Department of Radiology

2451 Fillingim St, Mastin 301, Mobile, AL 36617  
Phone 251.471.7866  •  Fax 251.471.7882

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