Education and Training
Dr. David Stout, MD, PhD received his medical degree from highly respected Brown University Program in Medicine and his PhD in Chemistry from the University of Rhode Island. Dr. Stout has over two decades of experience in Interventional and Vascular Radiology and recently served as chairman of the department of radiology at Elyria Regional Medical Center in Elyria, Ohio. His expertise broadens the capacity of Windsong’s Interventional and Vascular Radiology clinic which has seen a growing demand for outpatient noninvasive and minimally invasive treatments. Dr. Stout’s additional diagnostic radiology skills include CT of the brain and body, ultrasound of the vascular system and body, MRI of the brain and spine, diagnostic and therapeutic nuclear medicine, as well as general radiology.
Why I became a doctor/radiologist
Dr. Stout became a radiologist because he wanted to have an impact on the well being and quality of life of people around him, not only patients but friends and family as well. Being an interventional radiologist has allowed him to be involved in the direct care of patients and have a real impact on their healing.
Special interests in medicine/radiology