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    Columbus

  1. Mark L. Ellis, MD - (662) 244-1584
    Columbus, Mississippi - Golden Triangle Radiology

  2. Robbie B. Godwin, DO - (662) 244-1584
    Columbus, Mississippi - Golden Triangle Radiology

  3. David Morgan, MD - (662) 244-1584
    Columbus, Mississippi - Golden Triangle Radiology

  4. Greensboro

  5. Arthur A. Hoss, MD - (336) 274-4285
    Greensboro, Mississippi - Moses Cone Health Systems

  6. Hattiesburg

  7. Robert M. Coleman, MD - (423)794-8337
    Hattiesburg, Mississippi

  8. Jackson

  9. Timothy C. McCowan, MD,FSIR - (601) 815-5615
    Jackson, Mississippi - University of Mississippi Medical Center

  10. Akash M. Patel, MD - (601) 815-5615
    Jackson, Mississippi - The University of Mississippi Medical Center

  11. Guillermo J. Tanaka, MD - (601) 200-6162
    Jackson, Mississippi - Lakeland Radiologists

  12. William Tew, MD - (601) 200-6162
    Jackson, Mississippi - St. Dominic Hospital

  13. James D. Thomasson, MD - (601) 200-6162
    Jackson, Mississippi - Lakeland Radiologists, P.A.

  14. Timothy G. Usey, MD - (601) 354-4327
    Jackson, Mississippi - Radiological Group, PA

  15. Meridian

  16. William D. Armstrong, DO - (601) 693-5862
    Meridian, Mississippi - Meridian Imaging, PA

  17. John R. Blackwell, MD - (601) 513-5500
    Meridian, Mississippi - Meridian Imaging PA

  18. Ridgelan

  19. Bhavika R. Dave, MD - (601) 815-5615
    Ridgelan, Mississippi - University of Mississippi Medical Center

  20. Tupelo

  21. Richard Arriola, MD - (662) 842-1758
    Tupelo, Mississippi - Premier Radiology of North MIssissippi, PA

  22. Jeffrey Howard, MD - (662) 620-7101
    Tupelo, Mississippi - Premier Radiology, LLC

  23. Clinton R. Smith, MD - (662) 620-7101
    Tupelo, Mississippi - North Mississippi Medical Center



SIR is the premier professional society for interventional radiologists-highly trained, board-certified doctors who provide minimally invasive, targeted treatments using imaging for guidance. Following four years of medical school and a year of internship, interventional radiologists then spend four years studying radiology and another year in an interventional radiology fellowship training program focused on minimally invasive, targeted treatments performed using imaging for guidance and patient care. This specialty training is recognized by the Certificate of Added Qualifications in Vascular and Interventional Radiology, which is awarded by the American Board of Radiology on completion of an oral examination.