Dr. Aaron Shiloh, M.D., FSIR

BIOGRAPHY

Dr. Aaron Shiloh began his education at the Pennsylvania State University where he earned a Bachelor of Science in pre-medicine with distinction. He earned an honors degree through the Schreyer Scholars program through additional classes and by writing an honors thesis on the role of Phosphodiesterase Type IV in the regulation of the canine basilar artery.

Dr. Shiloh matriculated to the University of Pennsylvania School of medicine where he earned AOA honors graduating in the top 10% of his class. After completing a general surgery internship at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, he moved on to a residency in radiology at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital. After serving as chief resident, he completed a cardiovascular and interventional radiology fellowship also at Thomas Jefferson Hospital.

Dr. Shiloh is double board certified in both radiology and interventional radiology (IR). Dr. Shiloh was recently awarded fellowship in the Society of Interventional Radiology, a distinction granted to only 10 percent of all doctors in this field.

LICENSURE
License: 297004 – New York (active)
License: MD419731 – Pennsylvania
License: 25MA08143500 – New Jersey

CERTIFICATIONS
American Board of Radiology – Certificate of Added Qualification in Vascular and Interventional Radiology
National Board of Medical Examiners – Diplomate

HONORS AND AWARDS
2014 – Present: Society of Interventional Radiology – Fellow
2013 – Present: Society of Interventional Radiology – Representative to the AMA RUC
2008-2011: Philadelphia Angiography and Interventional Radiology Society – Secretary/Treasurer, Vice President, and then President
2000-2001: American Association of Academic Chief Residents in Radiology
Alpha Omega Alpha – University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS
Society of Interventional Radiology
Communications Committee
Economics Committee

HOSPITAL AFFILIATIONS
2019 – Present: Coordinated Health
2018 – Present: Easton Hospital
2008 – Present: Sharon Hospital
2002 – Present: Aria Health System

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