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Dr. David Henry

Radiology
Milwaukee, WI
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I specialize in
Radiology
Radiology - Interventional
I have been in practice
34 years
I speak
English
My answers and insights have
Helped 230 people
Received 3 doctor agrees
Here are kind words from others
I strongly endorse Dr. David Henry who I have had the pleasure of knowing and working with together on procedures for 26 years. He is an outstanding vascular/interventional radiologist and general radiologist as well. He is highly respected by the entire medical staff. He is very qualified to perform all areas of vascular and interventional radiology. He is an excellent teacher and often gives grand rounds on areas of intereste that benefit the department and the medical community. He is extremely current and keeps his current skills up to date and develops new ones on a very regular basis. The nurses, staff, patients only have nothing but excellent things to say about him as he is an extrordinarally kind physician in the truest sense of the word. He is always patient and respectful of others. He is a very ethical physician as well. His reports are superb and his skill set is second to none. I endorse him without reservation.
Dr. Henry is an accomplished general and interventional radiologist, he also has added expertise in neuroradiology. Patients frequently comment on what a warm and caring doctor Dr. Henry is, they come away with a comforting feeling after seeing him. I endorse this doctor without reservation and would refer family memebers to Dr. Henry's excellent care.
I endorse this doctor. Dr Bainbridge has special expertise in musculoskeletal and abdominal imaging but he excels in all the areas of radiology that he practices. I highly recommend him and often refer cases to him. He meets the highest ethical standard.
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I am located at
3237 S 16th St
Milwaukee , WI 53215

I was educated and trained at
Medical / Graduate School
Creighton University School of Medicine
I've published
All the right intentions but few of the desired results: lessons on access to primary care from Ontario's patient enrolment models.
Healthc Q., 15(3):17-21 (2012)
The health services burden of heart failure: an analysis using linked population health data-sets.
BMC Health Serv Res., 12:103 (2012)
A prompt to the web: the media and health information seeking behaviour.
PLoS ONE., 7(4):e34314 (2012)