James F. Grim, Jr., M.D.
Diagnostic Radiology

Diagnostic Radiologist, ABR.
Core Practice: CT and MRI (Body, MSK, Neuro), Ultrasound (Body, Obstetrical, Small Parts, Vascular), General Radiology, Fluoroscopy; General Nuclear Medicine.

Postdoctoral Training:

Fellowship in Body Imaging, Georgetown University Medical Center, 1999-2000. Residency in Diagnostic Radiology, Georgetown University Medical Center, 1995-2000.
Medical Education: Georgetown University School of Medicine, 1991-1995. Cum Laude.

Undergraduate Education:

Princeton University, 1987-1991. BA. Evolution, Ecology, and Behavior.
Licensure: Florida, Virginia, Maryland, Georgia, California, Michigan, Washington State.

Board Certification: American Board of Radiology, 1999.

Work Experience:

Envision Physician Services, formally AllegiantMD, 2014-present; Employee.

Current Affiliations:

Tampa Memorial Hospital; Tampa Community Hospital; Brandon Regional Hospital; Medical Center of Trinity; Bayfront Health, St. Petersburg, Spring Hill, Brookesville, Port Charlotte, Punta Gorda; Advanced Imaging of Ocala.

VetMed Group LLC, 2013-present; Minority Owner. Current Affiliations: Veteran

Administration Medical Centers: Miami, Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn, Indianapolis, Mountain Home, TN.

Palm Beach Radiology Professionals, P.A., 2005-2014; Partner.

Georgetown University Medical Center, 2003-2005; Assistant Professor of Radiology and Clinical Staff.

Washington Radiology Associates, P.C., 2000-2003; Associate Radiologist.

Georgetown University Medical Center; 2000-2003; Clinical Ultrasound Instructor.

Community Affiliations, Honors, and Societies:

Medical Director, Southern Technical College, 2016-present.

American College of Radiology.

Radiological Society of North America.

Homer L. Twigg Outstanding Resident Award, Chief Resident, 1997-1998.

Cum Laude, Georgetown University School of Medicine, 1995.

Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society

Clinical Investigations and Presentations:

"Further Evaluation of a Hamster Model of Depression: Effects of Pair Bond Disruption Versus Social Isolation on the Physiology and Behavior of Phodopus sungorus," 1990-1991. Guest lecturer at Columbia Hospital for Women, Grand Round series, 2000. Lecturer for radiology portion of Internal Medicine Board Review Course at Georgetown University School of Medicine, 1998. Ground Round series at JFK Medical Center, Cardiac CT, 2007.

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