The Division of Emergency Radiology (ER) extends the services of its subspecialty trained radiologists to Emory's network of hospitals including Emory University Hospital (EUH), Emory University Hospital Midtown (EUHM), Wesley Woods (WW), Emory University Orthopaedics & Spine Hospital (EUOSH) and Grady Hospital. The increasing imaging demand from the Emergency Department and the need for off-hours interpretation created an important role for the Division of Emergency Radiology. The Division focuses its resources on the timely interpretation of not only Emergency Department but also STAT inpatient examinations. The group strives to perform at the highest level of patient care and customer service.
- Jamlik-Omari Johnson, MD
Division Director for Emergency Radiology
Emory University Hospital Midtown
Radiology and Imaging Sciences, Ground Floor
550 Peachtree St.
Atlanta, Georgia 30308
- Jamlik-Omari Johnson, MD - Director of Emergency Radiology
- - Scott Hamlin, MD
- Keith Herr, MD
- - - Krystal Archer-Arroyo
- Ryan Christie, MD
- Joseph Andrew Graves, MD
- Carrie Hoff, MD
- Tarek N. Hanna, MD
- - Gayatri Joshi, MD
- Kiran Kumar Maddu, MBBS, MD
- Adam B. Prater, MD, MPH
- - Thomas Ptak
- - - Mona Vakil
- - Jason Weiden, MD
- Matthew Zygmont, MD
NIH-R56 Grant Award
Cardiology department in collaboration with the Emergency Radiology team have received the NIH-R56 grant award for the study of "Injury and Repair Factors Promoting Atherosclerosis in HIV".
Chief of Radiology Services, Emory University Hospital Midtown
Jamlik-Omari Johnson, MD
Over the past year, Dr. Jamlik-Omari Johnson has served as Assistant Chief of Radiology Services at Emory University Hospital Midtown EUHM) under the close mentorship of Dr. William Small. On February 1, 2014, Small handed over the EUHM Service Chief reins to Johnson. In this capacity, Johnson will work in partnership with faculty and staff leadership to continue our journey at EUHM.
College of Physicians and Surgeons Award
Faisal Khosa, MD
Dr. Faisal Khosa was awarded the College of Physicians and Surgeons Award for 15 years of outstanding service to medicine in Pakistan. The College of Physicians & Surgeons is the regulatory body for medical education in Pakistan. This award recognizes Khosa’s years of lecturing, and his coaching and mentoring of medical students and graduates in Pakistan.
Khosa has lectured at medical universities across Pakistan for over a decade.
University Research Committee Grant for Plaque Imaging (2012-2014)
Center for Systems Imaging Grant for Imaging Cardiovascular Disease in Cancer Survivors (2013-2015)
American Roentgen Ray Society Scholarship (2013-2015)
Shuaib W1, Arepalli C, Vijayasarathi A, Gunn ML, Nicolau S, Mehta AS, Johnson JO, Khosa F.Coronary anomalies encountered in the acute setting: an imaging review.Emerg Radiol. 2014 May 27. [Epub ahead of print]
Sadiq MF, Shuaib W, Tiwana MH, Johnson JO, Khosa F. Klippel-trénaunay syndrome with intracranial arteriovenous malformation: a rare presentation. Case Rep Radiol. 2014;2014:202160. doi: 10.1155/2014/202160. Epub 2014 Feb 6.
Shuaib W, Vijayasarathi A, Johnson JO, Salastekar N, He Q, Maddu KK, Khosa F. Factors affecting patient compliance in the acute setting: an analysis of 20,000 imaging reports. Emerg Radiol. 2014 Mar 11. [Epub ahead of print]
Shuaib W, Johnson JO, Khosa F. Role of Emergency Radiology in Patient Care: Educating Medical Students and New Trainees in Emergency Medicine. J Am Coll Radiol. 2014 Feb 27. pii: S1546-1440(13)00725-4. doi: 10.1016/j.jacr.2013.10.026. [Epub ahead of print]
Maddu KK, Telleria J, Shuaib W, Johnson JO, Khosa F. Nontraumatic acute aortic emergencies: Part 2, Pre- and postsurgical complications related to aortic aneurysm in the emergency clinical setting. AJR Am J Roentgenol. 2014 Mar;202(3):666-74. doi: 10.2214/AJR.13.11438.
Maddu KK, Shuaib W, Telleria J, Johnson JO, Khosa F. Nontraumatic acute aortic emergencies: Part 1, Acute aortic syndrome. AJR Am J Roentgenol. 2014 Mar;202(3):656-65. doi: 10.2214/AJR.13.11437.
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