Our radiologists are highly trained specialist physicians who are board-certified by the American Board of Radiology. Becoming a radiologist requires at least 13 years of education after high school: 4 years of undergraduate study, 4 years of medical school, 1 year of a general medical internship, and 4 years of radiology residency. Many of our physicians have also gained further subspecialty expertise through optional fellowship training after residency. All of our radiologists maintain their certification through continuing medical education and attendance at national scientific meetings.
David R. Abramowitz, M.D.
Dr. Abramowitz undertook his undergraduate studies at University of Texas. He earned his MD degree at University of Texas Medical Branch and did his Radiology residency training at the Texas Medical Center in Houston. He is an active member of the American College of Radiology. He has special interest in CT, Ultrasound, and Mammography. He is one of the few B-reader certified physicians in WV to evaluate chest x-rays for black lung disease. He is the proud father of two sons raised in WV and is now senior partner of Kanawha Valley Radiologists.
James J. Baek, M.D., FACR
Dr. Baek grew up in Cleveland, Ohio, and he has lived in Charleston and worked for KVR since 1997. He attended Case Western Reserve University, and he graduated summa cum laude with a double major in chemistry and sociology. He stayed at Case for medical school and was awarded the Henry I. Perlmutter Award for Outstanding Performance in a Radiological Science. He did his radiology residency at University Hospitals of Cleveland, where he also completed a 6-month fellowship in imaging and interventional procedures. The American College of Radiology awarded Dr. Baek the distinguished title of Fellow in 2012, and he has served as an ACR Councilor since 2013. He has served on the Joint Advisory Committee of the Radiological Services Department at the University of Charleston since 2001. He has previously served as President of the WV Radiological Society, President of Saint Francis Hospital, Treasurer of the WV State Medical Association, and as President of the Kanawha County Medical Society. Dr. Baek enjoys performing all types of radiology studies, especially interventional procedures.
Patrick E. Hill, M.D.
Dr. Patrick Hill graduated magna cum laude from the University of South Florida in Tampa, FL with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology, and then attended medical school there as a recipient of the U.S. Air Force's Health Professions Scholarship. His internship was performed at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, TX followed by residency at Loma Linda University Medical Center in Loma Linda, CA. Dr. Hill served 12 years on active duty with the U.S. Air Force and was stationed at Landstuhl Regional Medical Center in Germany, treating our wounded warriors returning from both Iraq and Afghanistan. He also deployed to Afghanistan, serving our soldiers on the front lines of Operation Enduring Freedom. Dr. Hill joined Kanawha Valley Radiologists in 2010 and has enjoyed practicing in the Mountain State, with special interests in abdominal and breast imaging. He is a member of the American College of Radiology and Radiological Society of North America.
Adam T. Krompecher, M.D.
A native of Cold War Hungary, Dr. Krompecher immigrated to the United States as a child. After growing up in Ohio and Oklahoma, he obtained his undergraduate and medical degrees at the University of Oklahoma. Clinical internship, radiology residency, and MRI fellowship were done at the University of Missouri, where he was chief resident. He did extensive locum tenens work during his training. Areas of interest include general diagnostic radiology, emergency radiology, and nuclear medicine. Dr. Krompecher has been with Kanawha Valley Radiologists since 2007.
A. Jane Maloof, M.D.
Dr. Maloof graduated from medical school at the University of Sydney in Australia. She married a native West Virginian and completed radiology residency at WVU in Morgantown followed by fellowship training in MRI in Cincinnati. She takes special interest in musculoskeletal imaging. Outside of work she is the proud mother of three West Virginia children and multiple dogs, and enjoys target and clay shooting, hiking, four wheel driving, and volunteering at Covenant House. Dr. Maloof has been with Kanawha Valley Radiologists since 2000.
Daniel A. Rodgers, M.D.
A West Virginia native, Dr. Rodgers majored in Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry and Ethics, Politics, and Economics at Yale University before returning home to complete medical school at WVU. He stayed in Morgantown for radiology residency, where he served as chief resident. He then completed a musculoskeletal imaging fellowship at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center before joining KVR in 2014. He has served as past president of the WV Radiological Society and remains active in the American College of Radiology, currently serving on the Economics Committee for General, Small, Emergency, and Rural Practices. He takes special interest in imaging of the spine and joints, interventional procedures, and medical informatics. Dr. Rodgers is the current President of Kanawha Valley Radiologists.
Susmitha M. Reddy, M.D.
Dr. Reddy is a board-certified radiologist with subspecialty interest in brain, head and neck, and abdominal imaging. She completed her radiology residency training at the University Hospitals of Leicester, England. She then completed subspecialty fellowship training in neuroradiology, abdominal imaging, and interventional radiology at Boston University Medical Center. Dr. Reddy has been with Kanawha Valley Radiologists since 2016.