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Stephen M. Dorros, MD, FACR

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Professor of Radiology
Vice Chancellor of Business Development
Medical Director of UCSD Radiology at La Jolla (URLJ)
Director of Teleradiology Services

Dr. Stephen Dorros spent the first 30 years of his career in private practice, working in the north county of San Diego at Tri-City Medical Center. During that period, he was the Chairman of Radiology, Chief of Staff of the Hospital, Chairman of Hospital-based Physicians and served as President of the Tricity Foundation, the fundraising organization of that hospital. He also helped develop the Tricity outpatient radiology suites, the Joanne and Edgar Jones Mammography Center and the cardiovascular rehabilitation center. He chaired several of the very successful Golf for your Heart Pro AM tournaments. He has served on the board of the Museum of Photographic Arts, Oceanside Art Museum, UCSD Art Gallery, and Vista Clinic, a clinic for under-served residents in the north county.
 
Recently, he reentered the academic life and now serves as Vice Chancellor for Business Development and Medical Director of UCSD Radiology at La Jolla, the Department's first free standing imaging center. He is also director of the Teleradiology Division of the Radiology Department and has successfully expanded that segment of the department's practice to include multiple states, and multiple continents.
 
His primary clinical responsibilities are in the Neuroradiology division.
 
Training
Residency in Diagnostic Radiology
Bronx Municipal Hospital Center
Bronx, NY
Internship
NYU Medical Center
New York, NY
 
Education
Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Bronx, NY
Doctor of Medicine
Yale University
New Haven, CT
B.S.
 
Board Certification
Radiology, Neuroradiology
 
Hospital Affiliations
UCSD Thornton Hospital, La Jolla
UCSD Medical Center, Hillcrest
VA Hospital, San Diego
 
Office Address
UCSD Teleradiology & Education Center
8899 University Center Lane, Suite 370
San Diego, CA 92122
Telephone: 858-246-1011 Email: sdorros@ucsd.edu