Section Chief, Thoracic Imaging
Associate Program Director, Rochester General Hospital Radiology Residency
Dr. O’Herron is a fellowship-trained thoracic imager with expertise in the imaging of lung malignancies and interstitial disease. A native of western New York, Dr. O’Herron completed his diagnostic radiology residency here at Rochester General Hospital before completing a fellowship in thoracic imaging at the prestigious New York Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University in New York City. Dr. O’Herron also has a special interest in women’s imaging and has expertise in the imaging of breast cancer as well as various procedures such as ultrasound-guided and stereotactic biopsies as well as needle localization.
Dr. O’Herron lives with his wife, Dr. Rachel O’Herron, an internal medicine physician, in Victor.
Specialty Interests & Clinical Expertise:
- thoracic imaging including lung cancer and interstitial lung disease
- women’s imaging and procedures
Undergraduate Education: Nazareth College of Rochester
Medical School: University at Buffalo School of Medicine and Dentistry
Internship/Other Residency: Sisters of Charity Hospital, Buffalo
Diagnostic Radiology Residency:Rochester General Hospital (Chief Resident)
Fellowship Training: Thoracic Imaging, New York Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University
Board Certification in Radiology:American Board of Radiology, 2009
Board Certification in Subspecialty Training: MQSA certified in Mammography