Dr. Patrick Scanlon is an interventional radiologist from Minneapolis, Minnesota. His journey in medicine began at the University of Minnesota Medical School, where he earned his medical degree. Following his educational endeavors, he relocated to New York for a surgical internship at NewYork – Presbyterian’s Weill Cornell Medical Center and Jamaica Hospital. Subsequently, Dr. Scanlon completed an integrated interventional radiology residency at NewYork – Presbyterian’s Weill Cornell Medical Center, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, and the Hospital for Special Surgery.
Dr. Scanlon enjoys collaborating with exceptional medical teams who share the common goal of improving patients’ well-being. He finds great satisfaction in employing minimally invasive procedures and the latest technological advancements to provide creative and effective treatments for various medical conditions.
Dr. Scanlon’s professional interests include interventional oncology, deep venous disease/thrombosis, portal hypertension interventions, uterine fibroid embolization, and prostate artery embolization.
A mentor once imparted invaluable advice to Dr. Scanlon: “If you treat every patient with the time, compassion, and thoughtfulness as you would a family member – you will never go wrong.” This philosophy resonates deeply with Dr. Scanlon, guiding him in his practice and ensuring that every patient receives the highest standard of care and empathy.
Outside of work, Dr. Scanlon enjoys spending quality time with his wife and two children, exploring the numerous lakes and parks the area has to offer.