Diagnostic Radiology Residency Program
Roland Gazaille III DO
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The Kettering Health Network Diagnostic Radiology Residency Program's mission is to produce competent, compassionate, well-rounded, practice-ready diagnostic radiologists. We train our residents with an emphasis on providing high-quality care in a community-based setting. In doing so, the program fosters the continuation of quality care of patients throughout the Kettering Health Network, Dayton, as well as the greater Miami Valley region.
KNRI's multi-subspecialty fellowship trained staff instruct residents with the goal of achieving proficiency and excellence in diagnostic and therapeutic imaging services, education, and research. Over the course of their training, each resident develops competency and efficiency in the handling and use of technical diagnostic equipment under the supervision of qualified faculty and staff.
2019-2020 Academic Year - 2 (PGY2), 1 (PGY3), 1 (PGY4), 1 (PGY5)
2020-2021 Academic Year - 2 (PGY2), 2 (PGY3), 1 (PGY4), 1 (PGY5)
The KHN Diagnostic Radiology Residency Program is a 4-year advanced program which takes two residents per year into the program. Applicants interested in our program are encouraged to consider doing their Transitional Year at Kettering or Soin Medical Centers.
- Produce diagnostic radiologists who are highly qualified, competent, compassionate, well-rounded, and ready for a career in a community-based practice setting.
- Continue to expand our residency program to support the local and regional demand for radiologists in the Kettering Health Network as well as throughout Southwest Ohio to care for an increasing patient population.
- Prepare residents to be competitive applicants for fellowships and have the opportunity to pursue a subspecialty interest of their choice.
- Train physicians who are dedicated to Quality Improvement and are aware of how to conduct research in a community-based setting.
- Continue to train and retain the top-notch graduates of the Diagnostic Radiology Residency Program to meet the Kettering Health Network's overall mission of improving the quality of care throughout the Dayton area and the state of Ohio.
Radiology residents train at several locations throughout Kettering Health Network, which include:
- Kettering Medical Center
- Grandview Medical Center
- Sycamore Medical Center
- Southview Medical Center
- Dayton Children's Hospital
Residents are required to attend the AIRP course in Silver Springs Maryland, and a physics review course before they take their board exams.
Residents are also given the opportunity to present research at National Conferences.
Nearly all of our graduates have chosen to undertake various fellowships in highly competitive subspecialty fields at academic institutions across the country including UCSF, USC, Henry Ford Hospital, Cincinnati Children's Hospital, Johns Hopkins, the Ohio State University, Case Western, the Mayo Clinic, and the University of Cincinnati.
Jennifer Evans, DO
Nicholas D'Alesio, DO
Kyle Wenker, DO
Hooman Hamedani, DO
Jessica Blaza, DO
NOTICE TO APPLICANTS
Grandview Medical Center does not support Visas at this time. All applicants for the Grandview Residency programs must be legally authorized to work in the United States.
The program welcomes applications from DO and MD candidates. We are looking for residents who are self-starters and prepared for a high case load volume. We prefer applicants with a COMLEX 1 score > or equal to 550 and/or USMLE 1 score > or equal to 230, but do evaluate each applicant on an individual basis. Highly qualified applicants are encouraged to apply through ERAS
Medical Education Program Coordinator in Diagnostic Radiology