B. Ruchman, M.D., earned his undergraduate degree
from Trinity College, Hartford, Conn., and his medical
degree from the University of Michigan School of Medicine.
He completed his residency training in nuclear medicine
at Brigham and Women's Hospital, Harvard University, Boston,
and in Diagnostic Radiology at Mount Sinai Medical Center,
New York, where he served as chief resident.
Since 1990, Dr. Ruchman has served as Director
of Monmouth's Radiology Residency Program, responsible
for overseeing the training of eleven resident physicians
in the associated diagnostic disciplines of radiology, and
chief of Body Imaging for the Radiology department. He also
serves as a Clinical Associate Professor of Radiologic Sciences for Drexel University College of Medicine.
Before joining Monmouth, he was a clinical
assistant professor of Radiology at New York University School
of Medicine and then at the State University of New York
Health Science Center, Brooklyn.
Board certified in Nuclear Medicine and Radiology,
Dr. Ruchman is fellowship trained in abdominal and thoracic
imaging from New York University Medical Center. He is a
member of the Radiological Society of North America, the
Society of Nuclear Medicine, American Institute of Ultrasound
in Medicine, American College of Radiology and the American
Roentgen Ray Society.
As chairman, Dr. Ruchman directs a multifaceted
department that offers the latest imaging services to diagnose
and treat a full range of medical diseases and conditions.
It recently expanded its capabilities with the acquisition
of the most advanced equipment to perform multislice computed
tomography (CT Scan), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), and
nuclear medicine procedures.
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