Dr. Daniel Golding is an experienced diagnostic radiologist and has served as Assistant Professor of Diagnostic Imaging (Clinical) at Brown Alpert Medical School and Reviewer for the American Journal of Roentgenology and the Journal of Computer Assisted Tomography.
He earned his medical degree from Hahnemann University, his internship in Internal Medicine at Pennsylvania Hospital, his residency in Diagnostic Radiology and fellowship in cross-sectional/body imaging at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, and a mini-fellowship in thoracic imaging at Massachusetts General Hospital.
Dr. Golding has been an academic radiologist and a general practitioner in the community setting. He’s a body imager by training with experience and interest primarily in women’s imaging, thoracic radiology, and emergency radiology and has a secondary interest in MSK, oncological imaging, and neuroimaging.
What Dr. Golding enjoys most about radiology is helping other physicians in their decision-making processes. In reality, this interaction directly benefits the mutual patients. Radiologists provide crucial insight into the factors required for excellent patient care and why he finds radiology so professionally gratifying.
When not at work, you will find Dr. Golding traveling, cooking, and spending time with his family and two golden retrievers.
“My task is to advance patient care. A radiologist does this by providing crucial, timely information to the clinical team in a manner that facilitates excellent care. Accurate diagnosis and appropriate communication is the cornerstone of my practice philosophy.”
– Dr. Daniel Golding