Jamie S. Stallman, M.D.

Jamie S. Stallman, M.D.

Jamie S. Stallman, M.D.

Jamie S. Stallman, M.D. graduated from Cornell University in 1992. After a year doing spinal cord research, he attended Jefferson Medical College and received the Doctor of Medicine degree in 1997. Following a year internship, he completed a four year radiology residency at Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island with affiliations at Rhode Island Hospital, Hasbro Childrens’ Hospital, and Women and Infants’ Hospital. He then completed a clinical fellowship in Neuroradiology at The Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York.

Dr. Stallman joined Radiological Consultants immediately after fellowship in July of 2003. In addition to practicing at Regional Hospital of Scranton, Tyler Memorial Hospital, Moses Taylor Hospital, Advanced Imaging Specialists, Dunmore, Northeastern PA Imaging Center, Scranton and East Stroudsburg, PA, he currently serves as Chairman of Radiology for Regional Hospital of Scranton , Tyler Memorial, Tunkhannock,  and  Special Care Hospital, Nanticoke. Dr. Stallman also volunteers as an Assistant Professor of Medicine at The Commonwealth Medical College.

In addition to general radiology and his subspecialty training in Neuroradiology, Dr. Stallman’s areas of interest include cardiac imaging, non-invasive vascular imaging, virtual imaging, and 3D imaging.

He lives in Scranton with his wife, Sheila, and their four children.