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David S. Pryluck, MD, MBA, program director and vice chair of education

Founded in 1952, Geisinger’s Diagnostic Radiology Residency has a decades-long record of producing excellent radiologists ready to meet the challenges of current and future radiology practice. Geisinger values its Department of Radiology and continues to invest in new equipment and work spaces. The department, in turn, values its trainees, as evidenced by the frequent homecomings of residents returning as attendings following their fellowship training.

Program highlights

  • Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) accredited Diagnostic Radiology Residency Program with 24 residents
  • High volume practice with large breadth and depth of pathology
  • Main campus includes: the Janet Weis Children’s Hospital; Hospital for Advanced Medicine; Level 1 Regional Trauma Center; and liver, kidney and bone marrow transplant services
  • Reading lists include all of Geisinger, with multiple hospitals and numerous outpatient centers and urgent care facilities
  • Electronic medical record system (EPIC) integrated with picture archive and communication systems (PACS)
  • Recently upgraded MRI, dual energy CT, and SPECT/CT scanners, installed 2019-2020
  • Cardiac CT and cardiac MRI
  • Obstetric sonography for first, second and third trimester performed in the radiology department
  • 3D post-processing and printing lab
  • New state-of-the-art interventional radiology suites
  • Dedicated Resident Education Conference (REC) Room, with equipment upgraded in 2020
  • Weis Center for Research and the Henry Hood Center for Health Research allow for abundant research opportunities
  • Major center for genomic research
  • ACGME duty hours strictly enforced
  • 30 minutes of protected wellness time following noon conference
  • Dedicated social chair to plan resident events; Recent examples include mini golf, drive-in movie night, river rafting, paintball, ice skating and axe throwing

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