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Radiology Residency

Program Introduction

The Radiology Residency is a five-year program offered by Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center. It consists of one year of clinical medicine (Transitional Year) and four years in Radiology. Five candidates are accepted to the program each year.

Program Director William MacDonald, MD provides an introduction to the residency.

Program Facts


Our ACGME-accredited program offers comprehensive training and access to the latest equipment and services.

Program Overview


We strive to ensure each resident receives ample exposure and training in all facets of radiology.

Program Goals


Radiology rotations include MSK, Cardiovascular, Thoracic, Ultrasound, Nuclear Medicine and more.

Learn About Curriculum

Meet the Faculty

Aurora Radiology Residency faculty and AHCMG radiologists bring diverse backgrounds and a deep understanding of radiology and related fields to our program and serve as excellent role models and teachers for our residents.

Meet Our Faculty

Meet the Residents

Aurora residents come from all over the U.S. and the world, and bring a wide range of skills and interests to our program. Get to know them by watching a resident Q&A.

Meet Our Residents

Radiology Graduates

View a list of recent Aurora Radiology Residency graduates, and see where they secured fellowships.

View Graduate Placements

Salary & Benefits

The Aurora Radiology Residency offers a competitive salary, comprehensive health coverage for you and your eligible dependents and many other perks.

Salary & Benefits Overview

Apply to the Residency

Learn how to apply to the Aurora Radiology Residency program. Get information about candidate requirements and the interview process.

Contact Us

Request information or connect with the program coordinator.

Resident Scholarship

Read selected works from Aurora Radiology residents.

Faculty Scholarship

Read selected works from Aurora Radiology faculty.

Why Aurora GME?

Get hands-on experience in a supportive, patient-focused environment.


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