VIP Biography for
William S. Maxfield, M.D.
|William S. Maxfield, M.D.|
|Title||National Medical Director and Chief of Radiology|
|Expertise||Extensive experience in research and clinical Radiology, diagnostic and therapeutic, Nuclear, Hyperbaric and Preventive Medicine|
|Current Organization||CAT Scan 2000|
|Type of Organization||Medical centers|
|Major Product||Patient care, Mobile CAT screening|
|Area of Distribution||Southeast, Southwest and Midwest U.S.|
|University/Degree||M.D., Baylor University School of Medicine, Texas, 1954; Radiology Residency, The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, MD; Board Certified by American Boards of Radiology, Nuclear Medicine and Hyperbaric Medicine|
|Born||May 9, 1930, Waco, Texas|
|Published Works||20 abstracts, 17 scientific exhibits, 1 video tape and 39 articles including "Technique for Treatment of Bone Metastasis", p. 32, which has given survival of 10+ years for breast and 25 years for prostate cancer, 1958; "First Documentation of Synergism in Production of Cancer", 1971; "Early Detection of Arthritis Disease", 1972; and "Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy for Diabetics", 2001; Scientific exhibits: "Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy in CNS Injury", 2001 and as "Supportive Therapy in Oncology", 2003|
|Affiliations||Amer. Med. Assoc.; Manatee County Med. Assoc.; Florida Med. Society; Amer. College of Radiology; Radiology Society of North Amer.; Society of Nuclear Med.; North Amer. Society for Cardiac Imaging; Roentgen Ray Society; Co-Founder and Past Pres., Amer. College of Nuclear Med.; Amer. College of Hyperbaric Med.|
|Hobbies & Sports||Art, sailing, woodworking|
|Career Accomplishments||Pioneer in new techniques and applications for Radiology, Nuclear and Hyperbaric Medicine|
|Work History||Instructor in Nuclear Medicine and Chief of Nuclear Medicine, U.S. Navy Hospital, Bethesda, MD; Assistant Professor of Radiology and Chief of Radiation Therapy, The Johns Hopkins Hospital; Chief of Radiation Therapy and Co-chairman of Nuclear Medicine, Ochsner Clinic and Ochsner Foundation Hospital, New Orleans, LA; Clinical Professor of Radiology, Tulane University School of Medicine; Professor and Chairman of Dept. of Radiology, LSU Medical School in New Orleans; Private practice of Radiology and Hyperbaric Medicine providing first linear accelerator and first hyperbaric oxygen therapy chambers in Hillsborough and Pinellas Counties, FL; First Medical Director of Hospice of Pinellas; First mobile CAT (computerized axial tomography) unit dedicated to heart, lung, abdomen and pelvic screening, 2000; Recognition as one of 25 centers of excellence for scintimammograms in 2002|
|Children||A. Melissa, Maura Maxfield Smith, Melinda M.|
|Spouse||Patricia Jean Carter|
|Married||November 2, 1957|
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