Jonathan P. Williams, MD

Musculoskeletal Imaging

Fargo, ND

Personal interests:
I enjoy cycling and rock climbing; I enjoy the opportunity to do these locally with friends as well as explore new places through these activities. I also enjoy spending time with my wife and family.

Why did you decide to become a radiologist?
I decided to become a radiologist because I've always loved anatomy and its intricacies. Secondly, I've always loved imaging and photography. It was a natural fit for me to combine my desire to help others – through medicine – and these interests.

Why do you enjoy working for Suburban Imaging?
I enjoy working for Suburban Imaging because the patients are so kind and appreciative, and because the standard and quality of care is extremely high. The radiologists and staff are well trained, upbeat, and the working environment is well-structured to promote a high level of medical care in an efficient and effective way.

What is your favorite part of being a radiologist?
My favorite part of being a radiologist is when an unexpected finding from an examination helps a patient and their provider get an accurate diagnosis and appropriate treatment. My second favorite part of being a radiologist, specific to my practice, is seeing patients get relief from diagnostic and therapeutic image-guided musculoskeletal injections.


Musculoskeletal Imaging
Stanford University Medical Center
Palo Alto, CA

Diagnostic Radiology
Stanford University Medical Center
Palo Alto, CA

Internship (transitional):
Gundersen Lutheran Medical Center
La Crosse, WI

Medical School: University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, 2008
Undergraduate: Harvard College, Cambridge, MA, 2001

Certifications and Licenses:
American Board of Radiology
Minnesota Medical License
California Medical License

American College of Radiology
Radiological Society of North America 

Top Doctor Rising Star, Mpls.St.Paul magazine, 2018

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