Welcome to the Department of Radiology

MCW building and signThe Medical College of Wisconsin's Department of Radiology brings together nationally recognized physicians and scientists, state-of-the-art equipment and patient care programs at affiliated, tertiary level care teaching hospitals on a regional medical center campus.

Vincent P. Mathews, MD, Chair of RadiologyVincent P. Mathews, MD

Chair, Department of Radiology
James E. Youker, MD, Professor in Radiology

Welcome to the Department of Radiology at the Medical College of Wisconsin. The Department is dedicated to providing high-quality, patient-centered subspecialty clinical care, advancing basic science, translational and clinical imaging research, and training the next generation of radiologists and imaging scientists.

The Department of Radiology provides clinical service to Froedtert Hospital, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, and the Zablocki V.A. Medical Center. In July 2017, we will also begin service at Community Memorial Hospital and St. Joseph’s Hospital in West Bend. We provide ambulatory imaging services at a number of CDI locations as well as F&MCW Community Physician medical centers throughout Southeastern Wisconsin. On October 1, 2016, we began providing 24/7 in-house subspecialty radiology coverage for our adult patients. We have developed an Emergency Radiology section that provides emergency radiology expertise overnight for the Froedtert Hospital system. Our eight sub-specialty sections provide coverage during the day and the evenings and provide backup coverage overnight. Our Pediatric Radiologists are responsible for pediatric imaging studies at all times for both Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin and some Froedtert Health sites. We have a strong clinical quality program throughout our practice and both Froedtert Hospital and Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin have been recognized by the American College of Radiology as Diagnostic Imaging Centers of Excellence. Read more about the MCW Department of Radiology


The MCW Department of Radiology will provide the highest quality, cutting edge, patient centered diagnostic and interventional services, perform internationally recognized research to advance patient care, and educate excellent clinicians and radiologists.


The MCW Department of Radiology will be a leading patient care provider of diagnostic and interventional services. We will:

  • Deliver high quality, value-added, subspecialty clinical care.
  • Develop and advance basic science, translational and clinical research.
  • Provide outstanding training programs and become a destination of educational excellence.


February 2017
  • MCW Office of Global Health recognizes two radiology faculty members for collaborating with partners globally to address health inequities.
    • Francisco A. Quiroz, MD, FRSU, FAIUM - International Radiology Residents Visiting Observership Program in Diagnostic Radiology. Dr. Quiroz's program provides international medical graduates exposure to the processes of a modern academic radiology department in the United States. Visiting residents are encouraged to use their acquired knowledge upon return to their countries of origin. The program provides a focused experience of eight weeks observing and discussing techniques and cases from multiple radiology subspecialties. Visiting residents are from the National Institute of Medical Sciences and Nutrition "Salvador Zubiran", affiliated with the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), one of the National Institutes of Health in Mexico.
    • Sean M. Tutton, MD, FSIR - Exchanges of Radiology Professors. As a member of the World Congress on Interventional Oncology (WCIO), Dr. Tutton assists with coordination of educational efforts globally, with a focus on South America and Latin America.

  • Melissa Wein, MD, was accepted into the 2017 ARRS Clinician Educator Development Program. Each year 25 junior faculty nominees are selected and receive a $1,000 grant to attend a two-day workshop to gain proficiency in teaching skills and designing educational activities. Congratulations, Dr. Wein!
  • The WSRT Education Session "The Science, Technology & Diagnosis of Baseball Injuries" was a hit! (see original announcement below) More than 80 students and radiologic technologists attended the talk. Enjoy photos from the event.
January 2017

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Other Locations Served by MCW Radiology

Center for Diagnostic Imaging (CDI)

Radiology Newsletters

Spring 2016

MCW Radiology Spring 2016 Newsletter

Summer 2015

MCW Radiology Newsletter Summer 2015

Summer 2014

MCW Radiology Newsletter Summer 2014