Dr. Jonathan Broder is the former Chairman of Radiology at Rochester General Health System and an accomplished board certified interventional radiologist. Quoting Dr. Broder, “it is a true privilege to significantly impact the lives of my patients and their families. Offering minimally invasive image-guided procedures to my patients allows for a quicker recovery time and is often accompanied with less risk than the traditional surgical alternative.” His clinical expertise in procedures, especially with peripheral vascular angioplasty and stenting, uterine fibroid embolization and varicose vein ablation treatments, has earned Dr. Broder the reputation as one of the most respected interventional radiologists in the Rochester region. Moreover, his clinical and administrative leadership as Chairman have led to advances in image quality, departmental efficiency and patient safety in the busy and rapidly growing radiology department. The combination of his 15 years of experience in interventional radiology and his leadership experience as one of Rochester General Hospital’s chiefs of service allow Dr. Broder to offer a unique perspective. Dr. Broder enjoys teaching his many skills to the radiology residents at Rochester General Hospital.
When not working, Dr. Broder treasures the time spent with his wife and 18-year-old twins. You can often find him and his family skiing on Bristol Mountain in the winter and exploring the Finger Lakes during the summertime.
University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
Diagnostic Radiology Residency:
University of Miami/Jackson Memorial Medical Center
Vascular and Interventional Radiology, Albany Medical Center
Board Certification in Radiology:
American Board of Radiology, 1999
Board Certification in Subspecialty Training:
Certificate of Added Qualification (CAQ) in Vascular and Interventional Radiology, 2001; recertified 2011