WYNNEWOOD, PA, November 1, 2004--Harry G. Zegel, MD, FACR, has been named chief of Radiology at Lankenau Medical Center. In this role, Dr. Zegel oversees the provision of inpatient and outpatient imaging services through the hospital's team of board-certified radiologists and specialty trained radiologic technologists.
A board-certified radiologist and fellow of the American College of Radiology, Dr. Zegel joined the Lankenau Medical Center Radiology Department in 2000. He serves as a clinical associate professor of radiology at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, Philadelphia. Previously, he served as chief, Department of Radiologic Sciences, Allegheny University Hospitals, Medical College of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia; and vice chairman of the Department of Medical Imaging at Presbyterian Hospital.
After earning a medical degree from Thomas Jefferson Medical College in 1975, Dr. Zegel completed a surgical internship at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital and a radiology residency at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. In 1979-80, he completed a postgraduate fellowship in Diagnostic Ultrasound & Computerized Tomography at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital.
Dr. Zegel has lectured extensively at national and international medical meetings and contributed to nearly 100 leading peer-reviewed medical journals, poster exhibits, and book chapters. He is a member and has held senior leadership positions with numerous local, regional, and national medical societies, including the American College of Radiology, the American Institute for Ultrasound in Medicine, the Pennsylvania Radiologic Society, and the Philadelphia Roentgen Ray Society. Dr. Zegel was admitted into American Mensa in 1982.
Dr. Zegel is also a sensei in Ukidokan Karate, a discipline which strengthens body as well as mind, and has traveled extensively teaching and engaging in advanced martial arts training. He and his wife, Dr. Nancy Sherwin (also a diagnostic radiologist at Lankenau) live in Ardmore, Pa. They have one daughter, Jennifer.
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