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Radiology Residency Program

Welcome from the Radiology Residency Program Director

David BaderSaint Vincent Hospital provides an outstanding opportunity for residents to train in a state-of-the-art tertiary care community hospital setting. The ACGME accredited radiology residency program has 16 residents (4 per year PGY2-5).

Our residency program stresses a collaborative and supportive learning environment with active participation and hands-on training directly with Faculty.  There are no Fellows in the program. An Early Specialization in Interventional Radiology (ESIR) track is available. We take pride in providing an extensive and robust didactic curriculum and educational opportunities.  In addition to the Saint Vincent Hospital rotations additional experience includes:


  • AIRP radiology-pathology correlation course
  • 3 months of pediatric radiology rotations at University of Massachusetts Medical Center
  • Monthly attendance at the New England Roentgen Ray Society meetings
  • Support for scholarly activity including national conference attendance
  • Diagnostic and Physics Board Review courses
  • In-house weekly physics course
  • Elective opportunities

Our graduates obtain outstanding fellowships and are well trained in all facets of diagnostic and interventional radiology and nuclear medicine.

Worcester, MA is a vibrant and growing city, 2nd largest in New England, with 12 colleges and Universities. Central location for access to and from Boston, Providence, and all of New England. A great place to live and learn.

Please contact us for any additional information. All applications must be received through ERAS.


David A. Bader, M.D. FACR
Chief of Radiology
Radiology Residency Program Director
Designated Institutional Official

For More Information Contact:
Robin Simons
Radiology Residency Program Coordinator
(508) 363-7034