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Dr. Leonard Bok

Leonard Bok, MD, JD, MBA
Professor & Department Head
Associate Program Director
Department of Radiology
LSUHSC-New Orleans

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Department of Radiology
LSUHSC School of Medicine
1542 Tulane Ave. Room 353
New Orleans, LA 70112
(504) 568-4647 tel
(504) 568-8955 fax

Radiology Appts. at UMC: 
(504) 702-3165

2015 5:10:39 PM


Welcome to the Department of Radiology at Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center (LSUHSC) in New Orleans, Louisiana. The mission of the LSUHSC Department of Radiology is to build and maintain an academic radiology program that encourages diversity and excellence in faculty, residents, and staff in order to provide state of the art radiologic care to patients, excellence in the education of students, residents, and fellows, and support for scholarly activity, including research.

Our Department of Radiology is an electronic film-less environment with PACS and voice recognition deployed throughout the enterprise. Following Hurricane Katrina, the department was faced with numerous challenges including the loss of faculty, finances, and facilities. This precipitated a request for the withdrawal of accreditation by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education Accreditation (ACGME) and the temporary closure of the LSU New Orleans Radiology Residency. The LSU Interim Hospital reopened at our University Hospital site adjacent to the LSUHSC campus in November of 2006. Case volumes are steadily increasing.

We are excited about the planned construction of a combined LSU Hospital and VA Hospital adjacent to LSUHSC campus. This incredible hospital complex will be a key facility anchoring the much anticipated, legislatively designated Medical District/Medical Enterprise Zone in downtown New Orleans. The facility will be among the most modern if not the most modern hospital on the gulf coast when it opens in approximately 2015.

The individuals who choose our new residency will have the rare opportunity to be a part of this once in a lifetime development! In the meantime University Hospital, its associated community clinics, and our affiliation with Children's Hospital, as well as limited affiliations with other community facilities provide fascinating case material and a broad exposure to a variety of patient care environments. LSUHSC offers an ample supply of fascinating cases, teaching opportunity, and scholarship, including but not limited to research.

Thank you for your interest in the exciting opportunities at LSU Radiology New Orleans.

Our LSU Radiology Department is Our Collaborative Work of Art