Lee H. Greenwood MD

Biographical Info

Born and raised in Salt Lake City, Utah. My college research and degree was in Physical Anthropology which led to my interest in Medicine. After graduating from the George Washington University School of Medicine, I served for 9 years in the United States Air Force performing and developing Interventional Radiology techniques at its major teaching hospital in San Antonio, Texas. Recruited to Yale University in 1985, I became an Assoc. Prof. of Radiology with special interest in catheter techniques to arrest post partum hemmorrhage and percutaneous techniques for IVC filter placement. After entering private practice at the hospital of St.Raphael in New Haven, CT, I became the Radiology Residency director for which I served for 10 years while at the same time serving as the Chief of Interventional Radiology. I have always had strong teaching interestes and have been awarded teacher of the year at each institution I have been associated with. My more focused clinical interests currently are in Endourologic techniques such as percutaneous renal stone removal in conjunction with the Urology service. I also perform a broad spectrum of Interventional Radiology procedures and am now re-associated with Yale as a faculty member primarily based at the St. Raphael Hospital campus.

Education & Training

George Washington University (1976)
Wilford Hall US Air Force Hospital, Interventional Radiology
Wilford Hall US Air Force Hospital, Diagnostic Radiology
Wilford Hall US Air Force Hospital, Radiologic Internship (1976 - 1977)
Board Certification
Diagnostic Radiology, Board Certified  (1980)
Board Certification
Vascular & Interventional Radiology, Board Certified  (1999)

Honors & Recognition

  • Radiology Residency Teacher of the Year (2013)
    Department of Radiology, Hospital of St. Raphael (2013)

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