VIVA’s “forward thinking” approach to patient care attracted Dr. Jaime All when considering where to practice after finishing his Fellowship in Interventional Radiology at the University of Virginia.
“I liked VIVA’s system for seeing patients in both in-patient and out-patient settings,” Dr. All said. “That’s the way Interventional Radiology is moving nationally and VIVA is very forward thinking in this regard.”
Dr. All, a fellowship-trained Interventional Radiologist, joined VIVA in July 2015. In addition to evaluating and treating patients at VIVA, he also provides services at both Mary Washington Hospital and Stafford Hospital. His focus is on arterial and venous endovascular interventions.
“As a student in medical school, I was drawn to Radiology because it involves visual problem-solving. Interventional Radiology appealed to me because it also involves problem solving and the use of minimally invasive techniques. Interventional Radiology is also more patient-focused than traditional Radiology,” Dr. All said.
A native of Charleston, S.C., he graduated from the University of South Carolina where he majored in English Literature.
“I liked the smaller class sizes and focus of the English Literature Department,” Dr. All said. “But when I started thinking about what I would do for my life’s work, I focused on medicine because I was more interested in math and science.”
After graduating from the Medical University of South Carolina, he stayed for an internship with the Department of Surgery at MUSC. Dr. All then moved to Charlottesville where he completed his residency in the Department of Radiology at the University of Virginia. He stayed there to complete a Fellowship in the highly regarded Division of Vascular and Interventional Radiology.
Dr. All and his wife, Laura, have one young son, Grey. They enjoy hiking and recently trekked the fiords along the west coast of Iceland. He enjoys playing guitar and listening to music. He also hopes to resume playing soccer, should time permit.
|Medical School:||Medical University of South Carolina|
|Internship:||Medical University of South Carolina, Department of Surgery|
|Radiology Residency:||University of Virginia|
|Fellowship:||University of Virginia, Division of Vascular and Interventional Radiology|
|Boards:||ABR Diagnostic Radiology Core Exam, 2013|