Current Residents

 

PGY-5

Chadwick BarrsChadwick Barrs, MD – Chief Resident

Hometown: Columbia, SC
Undergraduate Degree: Bachelor of Science; University of South Carolina - Honors College
Medical School: University of South Carolina School of Medicine
Medical Degree: Doctor of Medicine; University of South Carolina School of Medicine
Internship: Medical College of Georgia

About Chadwick
Chadwick is from West Columbia, S.C. He is married and enjoys cooking, domestic and international travel, and hiking. He completed his internship at the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University. 

Why did you choose Baptist?
Baptist had everything I wanted in a program: the potential autonomy, the number of cases, generous moonlighting opportunities, a sense of trust among the residents and staff, and a reputation for making residents and radiologists who can excel wherever they chose to practice. I think that the volume of attendings who return to work for the program speaks highly of it. 

What is your day like?
A typical diagnostic day consists of showing up to work with your morning beverage of choice, putting final interpretations on overnight residents' preliminary reads, then going through your list a batch at a time until lunch. Then we will get lunch from the doctor's lounge, go to lunch lecture, then return in the afternoon to repeat the AM routine until it's time to go home! Often, we are visited by other physicians with questions, imaging technologists with questions or reports, or go perform fluoroscopic procedures. The biggest challenge is the volume of information that there is to learn and retain. But the best part of my day comes from the feeling of making a difference, whether it's helping the surgeon plan their procedure or completing a lumbar puncture where the patient says, "have you started yet doc?"

What's your favorite thing about Memphis?
You can’t beat the low cost of living in Memphis, and Shelby Farms is an incredible park. There are plenty of great places to eat, the Orpheum Theater is fabulous, and there are some amazing camping and hiking areas in the surrounding areas. 

Why did you choose radiology as a career?
I chose Radiology as a field because you get to play a key role in pretty much every patient's care who comes to the hospital. The diverse pathology always keeps things interesting.

Why would you recommend Baptist to a prospective applicant?
The collegial atmosphere, preparation for private practice, and moonlighting are all unmatched.

 

PGY-5

Stephen BowieStephen Bowie, MD

Hometown: Memphis, Tennessee
Undergraduate School: Auburn University
Medical School: University of Tennessee Health Science Center
Internship: University of Tennessee Health Science Center - Medicine

Why did you choose Baptist?
The people and the place. I interviewed at many places that I believe would have provided good clinical training to prepare me for a career in Radiology. The reason I chose Baptist is because of the excellent staff and other residents. I believe we have a unique staff-resident experience that really provides a great learning experience while in residency here. It's a great feeling knowing that whoever you go to work with on a given day will be someone you respect and will enjoy working with and learning from. Also, Memphis is my hometown, and I felt very fortunate to be able to match at a program that both fits my personality well and is in a city I love.

What is your day like? Any challenges? What's rewarding about your day?
As a first year resident, there is a real challenge in understanding how to "learn radiology" and be a competent physician at the same time. I think it's important to understand my limitation as a first year, who is just now learning many different imaging modalities and procedures, but to also try to challenge myself to always be improving. There is a steep learning curve, but it is very rewarding to be able to see the progress and feel more comfortable as rotations progress. I will say that in all my days of feeling extremely stupid trying to read and dictate things I may not understand, I have never once felt like my attendings or co-residents have viewed or treated me that way. Although we are a very busy residency program, it is the complete opposite of "malignant" program.

What is your favorite thing about Memphis?
The food and the proximity to great hunting and fishing. Since it's my hometown, I feel very fortunate to be going through residency with so many close friends and family in town.

What made you decide on your career? Was there someone or something in your life that helped you choose your path?
I love the diversity of radiology and the way we interact with nearly every medical and surgical specialty. We have a unique opportunity to interact with other physicians in helping treat and diagnose patients.

Why would you recommend Baptist to a prospective applicant?
It's an excellent environment for clinical radiology. We have a diverse, experienced staff who are both enjoyable to work with and eager to teach. There is a tremendous amount of volume in every area of radiology that provides a great educational experience during residency and prepares our residents for practice when training is complete.

 

PGY-5

Daniel Eastlack, MD

Hometown: Woodbury, NJ
Undergraduate: Rhodes College
Medical School: University of Tennessee School of Medicine
Internship: University of Tennessee Health Sciences Center

 

PGY-5

Paul DePriest, MD, MHCM Executive Vice President and Chief Operating OfficerHunter Wasserman, MD

Hometown: Clifton, TX
Undergraduate Degree: University of Kansas
Medical School: University of Kansas
Internship: General Surgery, University of Missouri – Kansas City

 

PGY-5

Paul DePriest, MD, MHCM Executive Vice President and Chief Operating OfficerDexter Witte IV, MD

Hometown: Memphis, TN
Undergraduate Degree: Bachelor of Science; Pepperdine University; Malibu, CA
Medical Degree:
Doctor of Medicine; University of Tennessee Health Science Center; Memphis
Internship: Methodist Hospital, Memphis

About Dexter
Dexter was born and raised in Memphis. He lived in L.A. for a year after graduating and moved back to Memphis for medical school. Married with two young kids, Dexter enjoys the outdoors every chance he gets to go hiking, running or kayaking.

Why did you choose Baptist?
Residents have a high volume of studies across every subspecialty. Additionally, each residents is trained to become comfortable and confident making patient care decisions before graduating, particularly during night coverage and moonlighting.

What is your day like?
The average day is busy. The volume is a key strength of the residency. Although it takes a few months to acclimate, eventually the workday seems to pass faster with the heavy workloads.

What's your favorite thing about Memphis?
My favorite thing about Memphis is definitely the food. There's no shortage of new restaurants to try and the cost of living is relatively low.

Why did you choose radiology as a career?
Radiology is one of the only specialties to participate in the care of virtually every patient in the hospital. I was drawn to this specialty because of the pivotal nature of radiology for patient care.

Why would you recommend Baptist to a prospective applicant?
The program will definitely provide each resident with the tools to excel in their future job. Baptist residents graduate with confidence and exposure that is difficult to match at other programs.

 

PGY-5

Will WoodruffWill Woodruff, MD - Chief Resident

Hometown: Jonesboro, AR
Undergraduate School: Harding University
Medical School: University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
Internship: General Surgery- University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences

Why did you choose Baptist?
Personally, I chose to do residency at Baptist after a conversation with the Program Director that single-handedly convinced me to choose Radiology as a career and to come to Memphis. The combination of the staff camaraderie, autonomy, and resident benefits were very enticing. I've been grateful for that decision every day since, and being a resident here has been better than I ever expected any residency could be.

What is your day like? Any challenges? What's rewarding about your day?
My day varies greatly based on my scheduled rotation. Most days are 8-5, but like most medical professionals I may be in the hospital at any hour of the day. Most days consist of a mix of high-volume diagnostic studies, fluoroscopic procedures, educational conferences, and physician-to-physician interaction. I am continually challenged by the wide array of pathologies we diagnose and treat. We provide coverage for about 10 Baptist hospitals in addition to outpatient facilities giving the residency a wealth of educational opportunities. I find personal gratification in making diagnosis in acute and complex disease processes which allow for prompt patient treatment and improved outcomes. I also find fulfillment in combining my training in diagnostic imaging, patient care, and technical procedural skills to perform minimally-invasive interventional procedures.

What is your favorite thing about Memphis?
Memphis has a ton to offer in great food, music, sports, and outdoor activities. I really appreciate how convenient life here is. As a resident, I can easily live in close proximity to the hospital, visit family, and go from the reading room to running trails at Shelby Farms Park in a matter of minutes.

Why would you recommend Baptist to a prospective applicant?
I believe if you come to Baptist you will leave more ready to jump out into practice than from anywhere else. You will acquire confidence from the gradual autonomy and high caseload coupled with a solid educational foundation. You will have the opportunity to form outstanding mentorship relationships with the staff and be treated with respect. Residents are routinely successful in transitioning into the subspecialty fields of their choice. I highly recommend coming to Memphis to check out the program!

PGY-4

Paul DePriest, MD, MHCM Executive Vice President and Chief Operating OfficerStephen Juel, MD

Hometown: Memphis, TN
Undergraduate Degree: Rhodes College
Medical School: University of Tennessee Health Science Center
Internship: Methodist Hospital, University of Tennessee

Why did you choose Baptist?
Baptist is a perfect balance of direct education and hands on experience. I fully expect to have the skills necessary to practice upon completion of the program. Beginning with my M3 rotations, Baptist's commitment to both the education and care of physicians is clear.

What is your day like? Any challenges? What's rewarding about your day?
Day to day life of a resident varies dependent on the rotation. Each day is a learning experience with educational opportunities from other residents and attendings.

What is your favorite thing about Memphis?
Memphis is a perfect sized city for the lifestyle I desire. While there are restaurants and many options for things to do, it is still small enough where traffic is light, cost of living is low and professional connections are easy to make and maintain.

What made you decide on your career? Was there someone or something in your life that helped you choose your path?
As a biochem major I was extremely interested in the fine details and structural elements. Going through medical school, I always enjoyed anatomy and in my 4th year had the opportunity to spend some time in the reading room and loved it. It combines a lot of my inherent interests and requires attention to detail–something I enjoy.

Why would you recommend Baptist to a prospective applicant?
Baptist offers a wide variety of radiological experiences within a single network system. Rather than adjusting to potentially different EMR systems or cultures, you can focus on being a better radiologist.

 

PGY-4

Isaac KeelIsaac Keel, DO

Hometown: Gulfport, MS
Undergraduate Degree: University of Mississippi
Medical School: William Carey University College of Osteopathic Medicine
Medical Degree: Doctor of Medicine; William Carey University College of Osteopathic Medicine
Internship: Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine

 

PGY-4

Alex Mayeux, MDAlex Mayeux, MD

Internship: Opelousas, LA
Undergraduate Degree: Lousiana State University
Medical Degree: Lousiana State University
Internship: Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center

 

PGY-4

Tanner Nichols, DO

Hometown: Jonesboro, AR
Medical Degree: Harding University
Internship: Oklahoma State University
Residency: St. Anthony Hospital

Why did you choose Baptist?
Very friendly atmosphere, great training and they seem to take great care of the residents. Great location.

What is your day like? Any challenges? What's rewarding about your day?
There isn’t a typical day as a resident. I just try to do my work as efficiently and accurately as possible and give myself time to rest towards the end of the day. My job as a resident is to make my attending's job as easy as possible and to learn as much as I can. It is rewarding to make an accurate diagnosis and proper treatment plan. It is challenging and frustrating at times when you can’t remember something that you should be able to in order to be more efficient.

What is your favorite thing about Memphis?
Very cultured. Lots of fun things to do and good restaurants. I'm sure I will be able to add more to this once I've lived there.

What made you decide on your career? Was there someone or something in your life that helped you choose your path?
I liked how radiology related to every aspect of medicine and allowed us to help all kinds of patients/specialists. Several family friend physicians stated that they would do radiology if they could go back. Not one specific person, just every physician I asked said to do radiology and that they wish they had done radiology also.

Why would you recommend Baptist to a prospective applicant?
Radiology is a very friendly place and has great training. There are plenty of imaging studies for every resident to have more than adequate training.

 

PGY-4

Radiology Residency PhotoThomas Powierza, MD

Hometown: Thunder Bay, Ontario
Medical Degree: UNC-Chapel Hill
Internship: Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University
Residency: Medical University of South Carolina

Why did you choose Baptist?
I had a really good interview experience here. I felt the program aligned well with my values and would be a good place for training with the ultimate goal of working in private practice.

What made you decide on your career? Was there someone or something in your life that helped you choose your path?
I always knew I wanted to become a doctor. Once in medical school I had felt early on radiology would be a good fit for my personality and interests. After finishing rotations and getting the chance to complete a few radiology electives I knew it was the right choice for me. The aspects of radiology which appeal to me include the scope of practice and wide breadth of medical knowledge required, the technology and importance of imaging in modern medicine, and finally I really enjoyed all the radiologists I worked with and found them to be highly knowledgeable and compassionate.

 

PGY-4

Radiology Residency PhotoJonathan Rindner, DO

Hometown: Sarasota, FL
Undergraduate Degree: University of North Carolina - Wilmington
Medical Degree: Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine
Internship: University of Florida

PGY-3

Logan Benoist, MD<Logan Benoist, MD

Hometown: Forth Worth, TX
Medical Degree: Rhodes College
Internship: UT Houston Medical School
Residency: Memorial Health Savannah

Why did you choose Baptist?
I enjoyed Memphis as a college student and had heard good things about the hospital.

What is your day like? Any challenges? What's rewarding about your day?
Get to work around 7 or 8, and start looking at cases. Leave between 4-5.

What is your favorite thing about Memphis?
The food.

What made you decide on your career? Was there someone or something in your life that helped you choose your path?
I picked radiology because it is a broad field and I get to learn about the entire human body.

Why would you recommend Baptist to a prospective applicant?
Huge hospital network across multiple states which adds to the learning environment. Baptist treats the residents well.

 

PGY-3

Rob Brenteson, MDRob Brenteson, MD

Hometown: Shelby, MT
Undergraduate Degree: Carroll College
Medical Degree: University of Washington
Internship: VA Medical Center, Boise, ID

 

PGY-3

Abteen Moshref, MDAbteen Moshref, MD

Hometown: Memphis, TN
Undergraduate Degree: University of Memphis
Medical Degree: University of Tennessee College of Medicine
Internship: University of Tennessee - Memphis, Internal Medicine

Why did you choose Baptist?
Baptist is a great community environment, the volume of imaging to learn from is amazing, and the people are overall kind and generous. It was a great choice for me.

What is your day like? Any challenges? What's rewarding about your day?
Every day is different, and that's the best part about it. Every patient provides a new challenge in understanding anatomy, pathophysiology, and various imaging techniques to assist clinicians in treating patients.

What is your favorite thing about Memphis?
The food, the generosity, the lack of traffic that comes with large cities

What made you decide on your career? Was there someone or something in your life that helped you choose your path?
Radiology is the most encompassing speciality in all of medicine, with over 90% of patients in a hospital setting receiving some form of imaging. It allows us the opportunity to assist patients and other physicians and better overall care.

Why would you recommend Baptist to a prospective applicant?
It is a great family environment that allows your own autonomy in Radiology. You are provided a great education, but also provided enough space to learn independently at your pace.

 

PGY-3

Matthew Robinson, MDMatthew Robinson, MD

Hometown: Griffin, GA
Undergraduate Degree: Columbus State University
Medical Degree: Mercer University School of Medicine
Internship: Medical Center at Navicent Health

Why did you choose Baptist?
Memphis is great and affordable. The radiology faculty are fantastic. The residency is high volume and varied.

What is your day like? Any challenges? What's rewarding about your day?
Barbeque and Shelby Farms.

What is your favorite thing about Memphis?
The food, the generosity, the lack of traffic that comes with large cities

What made you decide on your career? Was there someone or something in your life that helped you choose your path?
Radiology is the most encompassing speciality in all of medicine, with over 90% of patients in a hospital setting receiving some form of imaging. It allows us the opportunity to assist patients and other physicians and better overall care.

Why would you recommend Baptist to a prospective applicant?
This is a very high volume program with a higher level of autonomy than most programs, especially in the later years.

 

PGY-3

Parker Suit, DOParker Suit, DO

Hometown: Macon, GA
Undergraduate Degree: UAB
Medical Degree: LMU-DCOM
Internship: Michigan State

Why did you choose Baptist?
After rotating through Baptist in Medical school, it was clear to me that Baptist would be my first choice. The culture and the program suited my personality and my professional goals. The collegial teaching and learning atmosphere makes it more enjoyable and easier to learn. After seeing the large number of studies read by radiology residents, accompanied by quality teaching and mentoring, I was certain I would be well trained after four years in the program.

What is your day like? Any challenges? What's rewarding about your day?
Depending on the specific rotation, my day starts at 7 or 8 am. I start dictating studies, answering phone calls, reviewing studies with the attendings. At lunchtime, the residents attend a noon conference while enjoying food from the our esteemed Baptist physician lounge. After noon conference, it's back to dictating studies. Certainly, there are many challenges. Chief among the challenges is finding the time, focus and energy to tackle the steep learning curve in the early stages of the residency. Although challenging, it is quite rewarding to know my training will allow me to be a member of a profession that values being the best I can be, so that I might help others.

What is your favorite thing about Memphis?
Memphis is big enough to have diversity in many things, such as food, entertainment, education and people. I suppose my favorite right now is food.

What made you decide on your career? Was there someone or something in your life that helped you choose your path?
Radiology is appealing to me because I find it engaging to see a vast array of interesting pathology while reading different modalities of imaging. Radiology also plays to my strengths, and is a good fit for my personality and interests. There are many people that helped set me on this path. These included my parents, teachers, coaches, and associates. Some helped me see what I could do. Others inadvertently helped by showing me what I shouldn’t do. Both have been instrumental in setting me on this path.

Why would you recommend Baptist to a prospective applicant?
The combination of a vast study volume, quality teaching and a collegial atmosphere assures one will be pleased with the program and prepared for a successful professional career. This is evident in the excellent fellowships offered to Baptist radiology residents.

PGY-2

Jake FordJacob Ford, MD

Hometown: Greenville, MS
Medical School: LSU Health Sciences Center – Shreveport
Internship: LSU Health Sciences Center at Baton Rouge
Undergraduate Degree:
Bachelor of Science; University of Louisiana at Monroe
Medical Degree: Doctor of Medicine; LSU School of Medicine in Shreveport

About Jake
Jake was born and raised in Alexandria, Louisiana. After earning his medical degree at Louisiana State University’s School of Medicine, he completed an internship at LSU Health Baton Rouge at Our Lady of the Lake. He is married and has one child.

Why did you choose Baptist?
The collegial atmosphere really stood out. Also, I felt Baptist would be the best place for me to train in order to be prepared for private practices. The moonlighting is exceptional and it's nice to have extra income for my family. The proximity to my family was also important to me. 

What is your day like?
My day usually starts at 7 or 8 a.m. by putting on final reads on the overnight scans. Throughout the morning, we read scans depending on the rotation and check with the attending as we read. A few minutes before noon, we leave the reading room to grab some free lunch at the doctors’ lounge before heading to daily noon conference. After noon conference, I usually stop by Ms. Angela's office to grab some snacks and chat with my fellow residents before heading back to the reading room to finish out the day. At 4 or 5 p.m., I leave and head home. I usually try to study for at least 30 minutes to an hour at home each evening. The learning curve is incredibly steep in radiology, which is challenging, but it is rewarding when you start to see progress.

What's your favorite thing about Memphis?
The food and entertainment. The BBQ is exceptional and there are also many good steakhouses in the area. There's a lot to do, especially for a family in the Memphis area. Shelby Farms is incredible.

Why did you choose radiology as a career?
I chose Radiology as a field because you get to play a key role in pretty much every patient's care who comes to the hospital. The diverse pathology always keeps things interesting.

Why would you recommend Baptist to a prospective applicant?
The collegial atmosphere, preparation for private practice, and moonlighting are all unmatched.

 

PGY-2

Shane HagenShane Hagen, MD

Hometown: Lenexa, KS
Medical School:
UT-Memphis Health Sciences Center
Internship:
UT Internal Medicine – Memphis
Undergraduate Degree:
Bachelor of Science; University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Medical Degree: Doctor of Medicine; University of Tennessee Health Sciences Center, Memphis

About Shane
Shane was born and raised in Tullahoma, Tennessee. He enjoys exercising and spending time with his wife Kaitlyn and their dog Cooper.

Why did you choose Baptist?
I chose Baptist because it is a large hospital system with a wide range of opportunities and exposures.

 

PGY-2

Willie KinneyWilliam Kinney, DO

Hometown: Norfolk, NE
Medical School:
Touro University Nevada
Internship:
Sky Ridge Medical Center – Sponsored by Rocky Vista University
Undergraduate Degree:
Bachelor of Science; Regis University; Denver, CO
Medical Degree: Doctor of Medicine; Touro University Nevada; Henderson, NV

About Willie
Willie was born in Tennessee but moved to rural Nebraska when he was ten. He and his wife Gaby met freshman year of college, and have been married since 2015. They have no children yet, just their little dog Stevie. Willie completed his internship at Sky Ridge Medical Center in Lone Tree, CO.

Why did you choose Baptist?
I chose Baptist because I liked how the program felt on interview day, as well as all the residents and faculty I met. 

What's your favorite thing about Memphis?
Living in Memphis is very affordable. 

Why did you choose radiology as a career?
I always liked science class as a kid, and just kind of followed it!

Why would you recommend Baptist to a prospective applicant?
After training at Baptist and with the MSIT radiologists, you will have gained the knowledge, efficiency and skills that will make any private practice group want to hire you. We are provided autonomy that allows us to gain confidence and enhance our decision-making skills, something that can only be learned via the high volume learning that working at Baptist provides.

 

PGY-2

Chris KovalskyChristopher Kovalsky, MD

Hometown: Shreveport, LA
Medical School:
LSU – Shreveport Health Science Center
Internship:
Ochsner – LSU Shreveport Health Science Center
Undergraduate Degree:
Bachelor of Science; Louisiana State University
Medical Degree: Doctor of Medicine; LSU Health Sciences Center Shreveport

About Chris
Chris is a graduate of Louisiana State University and the LSU Health Sciences Center in Shreveport, where he also completed his internship. Born and raised in Shreveport, Chris enjoys most outdoor activities like golf, fishing, hiking, and cycling.

Why did you choose Baptist?
I liked the staff and residents. It seemed like a relaxed work environment without a large dedication to research.

What's your favorite thing about Memphis?
I like the diverse cuisine options available here. It also has a safe biking environment.

Why would you recommend Baptist to a prospective applicant?
I feel like we are exposed to a more academic setting and a higher volume of studies than my peers at other programs.

 

PGY-2

Garrett LimGarrett Lim, MD

Hometown: Memphis, TN
Medical School:
University of Tennessee Health Sciences Center College of Medicine
Internship:
University of Tennessee Health Sciences Center
Undergraduate Degree:
Bachelor of Science; University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa
Medical Degree: Doctor of Medicine; University of Tennessee Health Sciences Center, Memphis

About Garrett
Garrett was born and raised in Memphis, where he completed his internship in general surgery at the University of Tennessee Health Sciences Center. He enjoys music, food, and exercising.

Why did you choose Baptist?
I chose Baptist because volume of work and the autonomy you get to work under. I also like that there are no fellows and many moonlighting opportunities. And, it gave me the ability to make the freshman fifteen a reality (food amply provided!).

What's your favorite thing about Memphis?
The people of Memphis don't pretend or put on appearances. It's a city that embraces its identity and traits, good and bad. But also because of the food.

Why did you choose radiology as a career?
I was originally in training to be a surgeon, but I developed an interest in the imaging aspect of patient care.

 

PGY-2

Clayton McCuistonClayton McCuiston, DO

Hometown: Rowlett, TX
Medical School:
Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine
Internship:
LSU Health Baton Rouge Internal Medicine Residency
Undergraduate Degree:
Bachelor of Science; Louisiana State University
Medical Degree: Doctor of Medicine; Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine

About Clayton
Clayton is originally from Dallas, Texas. He completed an internship in internal medicine at LSU Health Baton Rouge. He is married and has two children.

Why did you choose Baptist?
I chose Baptist because of the staff, the residents that they attract, and the method of training MSIT provides. The staff are very personable and laid back, but at the same time they have high expectations from day one that the residents work hard and get better every day. All of the residents that come here are great to be around and make the daily grind enjoyable. The training here at Baptist stresses high volume and autonomy which is the primary reason I chose this program. 

What is your day like?
The schedule depends on the rotation, but typically it will be 7-4 or 8-5. I get to the hospital, get settled at my reading station, look over any procedures I may have that day, and then start dictating any studies that are ready. Noon conference is every day from 12-1 and is either in typical lecture format or case based, which is more interactive.

What's your favorite thing about Memphis?
I live in an area near the hospital that is very family friendly and there are a lot of parks to enjoy, especially Shelby Farms which is one of the largest parks in the US and is right near the hospital.

Why did you choose radiology as a career?
I never wanted to go into a field where I would have a very narrow scope of practice. Radiology has always appealed to me because it encompasses the entire human body, and looking at imaging just came naturally to me and made sense. In our specialty, every single day is different because you never know what you might see.

Why would you recommend Baptist to a prospective applicant?
After training at Baptist and with the MSIT radiologists, you will have gained the knowledge, efficiency and skills that will make any private practice group want to hire you. We are provided autonomy that allows us to gain confidence and enhance our decision-making skills, something that can only be learned via the high volume learning that working at Baptist provides.

 

PGY-2

Brent MoravecBrent Moravec, MD

Hometown: Norfolk, NE
Medical School:
University of Nebraska Medical Center
Internship:
Surgery Internship @ Creighton University in Omaha
Undergraduate Degree:
Bachelor of Science; University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Medical Degree: Doctor of Medicine; University of Nebraska Medical Center

About Brent
Brent hails from Grand Island, Nebraska. He received his medical degree from the University of Nebraska Medical Center and completed an internship in surgery at Creighton University. He enjoys playing and watching golf, and watching football and college basketball. Brent is married and has a daughter and a son.

Why did you choose radiology as a career?
I liked that radiology is very broad and that we get to interact with all specialties.

Why did you choose Baptist?
I liked that they did independent overnight call, have a large amount of volume, and enjoyed the people I met on my interview.