Dr Jaime Mejia, MD is a Board Certified and Licensed Radiologist in the State of Florida. He opened Serene Diagnostic Imaging in 2011 in order to provide the type of service past patients always searched for. A place where making the patient comfortable and relaxed rather than just another number.
Dr. Jaime Mejia is practices all aspects of General Radiology, Fluoroscopy, General and Vascular Ultrasound, CT Scans, MRI’s, 2D – 3D Mammography, Light Interventional Radiology: biopsies, drainages, arthrograms, and myelograms.
Previous Medical Practice
- Associate Radiologist, General and Interventional Radiology, Highland Regional Medical Center, Sebring, Fl. July 2008 – October 2011
- Chief of Radiology, Doctors Memorial Hospital, 333 Byron Butler Parkway, Perry, Fl. 32347 August 2000 – June 2008.
- Radiology Staff, Veterans Admin. Hospital, Biloxi, Ms., April 2000 – August 2000.
- Associate Professor Florida State University 2000 -2008.
- Associate Radiologist, Kendal Medical Center, Miami, Fl. April 1998 – April 2000
- Associate Radiologist, Hialeah Hospital. Miami, Fl. August 1997 – March 1998.
- Director of Radiology. Doctors Memorial Hospital, Perry, Fl. April 1995 – July 1997.
- Professor of Radiology. Director of the Radiology Residency Program. University Rafael Urdaneta and Hospital Coromoto, Maracaibo, Venezuela, 1984 – 1995.
- Director of Interventional Radiology and Neuroradiology. Hospital Coromoto, Maracaibo, Venezuela. 1978-1995.
- Certified by the American Board of Radiology, June 9, 1978
- Fellowships in Special Procedures and Computed Tomography, VA Hospital and Jackson Memorial Hospital, University of Miami: July 1977- June 1978
- Residency in Diagnostic Radiology – Mount Sinai Medical Center, University of Miami: July 1974 – June 1977
- Medical School, Degree of Medical Surgeon, University of Zulia, School of Medicine, Maracaibo, Venezuela 1974.
Awards and Publications
- Honorary Mention, Radiological Society of North America, Chicago, 1978, for the exhibit “Percutaneous Placement of a Biliary Prosthesis in Malignant Obstructive Jaundice”.
- Relief of Malignant Obstructive Jaundice by Percutaneous Placement of a Permanent Prosthesis in the Biliary Tree. Annals of Internal Medicine, November 1978.
- Percutaneous Antegrade Ureteral Stent Placement: an Alternate Modality of Permanent Internal Ureteral Decompression. Journal of Urology, July 1979.
- Cholangiographic Findings in Agenesis of the Gallbladder. Canadian Journal of Radiology, March 1976.
- Combined use of I-123 and Technetium 99m in Recurrent Ovarian