Saturday, 29 October 2016

Constantly Improving - Gail Weingast MD

While it is a good thing to prepare yourself for a medical degree, it is also important to always be improving your practice. One cannot simply rest on their established knowledge, especially not in the field of medicine as it is a constantly improving and changing industry. Gail Weingast MD has consistently worked to improve her medical practicing skills over her twenty plus years career. She now works as the Chief of Ultrasound, and Chief of Breast imaging at the William W. Backus Hospital in Norwich, Connecticut. This position was well earned from her years of service.

Prior to this prestigious position, she received a wide variety of education and career experience. Her education started with earning her Bachelor’s of Arts degree in Spanish in 1969 from Tufts University, Jackson College, Medford, MA. She then went on to earn her Degree in Medicine in 1976 from Boston University’s School of Medicine in Boston, MA.

After finishing her education, she began her residencies. She worked at a variety of hospitals in Colorado as well as New York developing her skills better during that time. Gail Weingast MD prides herself on always working to improve her skills and practice for both her patients and the employees that she oversees daily. She enjoys helping people with the knowledge and practice that she has earned and continues to better her skills daily.

Sunday, 24 July 2016

Gail Weingast, MD Profile

At first, it apparently wasn’t clear to Gail that she wanted a career in medicine, since her first stint in higher education involved getting a Bachelor of Arts degree in Spanish from Jackson College, Tufts University, in Medford, Massachusetts. Not long after, however, she was a medical student at the Boston University School of Medicine, where she officially became Gail Weingast MD in 1976.

Of course, that wasn’t the end of her education, not in the least. Following medical school, Dr. Weingast spent a lot of time at Colorado General Hospital in Denver, where she completed a pediatrics internship between 1976 and 1977 and a residency program in pediatrics over the next two years. She followed that by completing a residency in radiology from 1980 to 1983 and a fellowship in ultrasound in 1983. Dr. Weingast completed her post-graduate studies as a radiologist from 1983 to 1984 at St. Anthony’s Hospital, also in Denver.Dr. Gail Weingast worked at several other hospitals, mostly in Colorado, but also in New York, before she settled into her current hospital, where she has been for more than 20 years.

These days, Dr. Gail Weingast can be found at William W. Backus Hospital in Norwich, Connecticut, where she is the Chief of Ultrasound and Breast Imaging. Now one of the most prominent radiology specialists in the country, she values every aspect of her career because it all made her the doctor she is today.

Friday, 8 April 2016

Gail Weingast MD, From Pediatrics to Radiology

For twenty plus years, Gail Weingast MD has worked as a radiologist, Chief of Ultrasound, and Chief of Breast imaging at the William W. Backus Hospital in Norwich, Connecticut. She has worked at a plethora of other hospitals as well. These hospitals are primarily in Colorado, but some are in New York. Gail Weingast MD consistently works to better herself for her patients and the employees that she oversees.

While Gail Weingast MD is a medical doctor in the radiology field, her educational path did not follow the typical trajectory. As all medical doctors do, she received a wide variety of education. Her education started with earning her Bachelor’s of Arts degree in Spanish in 1969 from Tufts University, Jackson College, Medford, MA. She then went on to earn her Degree in Medicine in 1976 from Boston University’s School of Medicine in Boston, MA.

After finishing her education, she started with an internship in the field of pediatrics from 1976-1977 at the Colorado General Hospital in Denver. Gail Weingast MD’s residency in pediatrics was performed at the same hospital over the following two years. She then tried a new field and did a residency in the radiology department from 1980 to 1983 at the Colorado General Hospital, directly followed by a fellowship in the field of Ultrasound in 1983. This is where she found her passion and began developing a career in radiology.