Joel Alan Gross M.D.

 Joel  Alan Gross M.D.

Bio

Dr. Gross is the director of emergency and trauma radiology, as well as the fellowship director. He is a UW associate professor in the Department of…

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Patient Care Philosophy

With the tremendous experience and skill of all the teams at HMC, I am honored to be able to care for patients needing care for traumatic and non-traumatic emergencies. My goals are to obtain the most appropriate imaging for patients, in a timely and optimal manner, to allow their care providers to rapidly determine whether or not a medical problem exists, and how to manage it.

Personal Interests

Travel, photography, technology, movies.

Clinical Interests

Optimal trauma imaging protocols; appropriate and radiation sensitive imaging; urologic trauma imaging; appropriate management of incidental findings.

Research Interests

Trauma imaging; appropriate and radiation sensitive imaging; urologic trauma imaging; appropriate management of incidental findings.

Education

InstitutionCredentialYear
Univ. of Calif. DavisMedical education1994
Cedars Sinai Medical CenterResidency
HMC - Dept. of RadiologyFellowship
Santa Clara Valley Medical CenterInternship
Univ. of Utah SOMFellowship

DegreeDescriptionYear
MD1994

Board Certifications

CertificationSpecialtyYear
American Board of RadiologyDiagnostic Radiology1999
Dr. Gross is the director of emergency and trauma radiology, as well as the fellowship director. He is a UW associate professor in the Department of Radiology. He is an expert in imaging of trauma patients, with an interest and experience in appropriate and effective imaging, to optimize information extracted to improve patient care while minimizing time spent in imaging and radiation dose. He also has extensive expertise in the imaging of urologic trauma.

Dr. Gross earned his bachelor's and master's degrees in computer science from the University of California at San Diego, and his M.D. from the University of California at Davis. He completed an internship at Santa Clara Valley Medical Center and his residency at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. Following his fellowship at UW/HMC in emergency and trauma radiology in 2000-2001, he joined the section, and eventually accepted the position as director.

He is a fellow of the American Society of Emergency Radiology, where he continues to serve in multiple roles, and is board certified in diagnostic radiology.