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William S. Maxfield, M.D.

William S. Maxfield, M.D. PhotoWilliam S. Maxfield, M.D.
TitleNational Medical Director and Chief of Radiology
ExpertiseExtensive experience in research and clinical Radiology, diagnostic and therapeutic, Nuclear, Hyperbaric and Preventive Medicine
Current OrganizationCAT Scan 2000
Type of OrganizationMedical centers
Major ProductPatient care, Mobile CAT screening
Area of DistributionSoutheast, Southwest and Midwest U.S.
University/DegreeM.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
BornMay 9, 1930, Waco, Texas
Published Works20 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
AffiliationsAmer. 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 & SportsArt, sailing, woodworking
Career AccomplishmentsPioneer in new techniques and applications for Radiology, Nuclear and Hyperbaric Medicine
Work HistoryInstructor 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
ChildrenA. Melissa, Maura Maxfield Smith, Melinda M.
SpousePatricia Jean Carter
MarriedNovember 2, 1957
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