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Part 2: Close Up Radio Welcomes Back Radiologist Dr. Joseph Burke MD

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Wyomissing, PA – Dr. Joseph Burke is a board-certified Diagnostic Radiologist with over 24 years in practice specializing in Neurologic imaging, Vascular Imaging, Trauma and Emergency Radiology, Body and Neurologic CT, Pulmonary Imaging, Gastrointestinal Imagining, and Genitourinary Imaging focusing on Radiographs, Ultrasounds, CT scans, and MRI.

“My work as a medical doctor plays a crucial role in people’s health care. I interpret medical imaging from numerous sources, including Radiographs, Ultrasounds, CT scans and MRIs that determine what’s going on inside the patient’s body.”

As an authority in the field of Radiology, Dr. Burke has examined thousands of images in his illustrious career and works in one of the busiest Emergency Departments on the East Coast in a level 1 Trauma Center as well as one of the largest and most reputable Cancer Centers.

Besides his twenty-four years of experience, Dr. Burke has many more accomplishments to his credit. He is a frequent presenter at weekly Tumor, Trauma, and Gastrointestinal Conferences, has been the Chief of the Ultrasound department for several years. He also actively participates in the teaching service of the hospital, educating radiology Technology students, Medical Students, and Residents. He has served as the President of his private practice Radiology group and currently resides on the Board of governors for his Radiology group.

As an expert witness, Dr. Burke Has provided forensic case review for attorneys in numerous cases offering unbiased testimony with a timely and accurate review of all imaging using state of the art visuals. His work in this field has been remarkable and he has established an excellent standing among colleagues.

“Radiologists play some of the most vital yet commonly overlooked roles in the medical industry.”