Paul Christy, M.D. was recruited to work in Nebraska in 1996 following his Interventional Radiology fellowship at the University of Wisconsin. Since then, he has led busy interventional radiology services in two hospitals in Omaha and instructed at Creighton University.
Dr. Christy started the full time IR service at Nebraska Methodist Hospital which currently performs thousands of cases per year and has three IR physicians, 20 staff and two operating room compatible IR suites. Their busiest service line is interventional oncology offering all IO treatment modalities.
Dr. Christy maintains an ongoing relationship with the UW Department of Radiology and participates in organizing the UW Practical Imaging and Intervention Conference. In addition to learning new interventional procedures every year, he has acquired a forty-something active outdoors lifestyle. He, along with his wife and three children, all of whom are currently in high school, has taken up skiing, backpacking, hunting, sailing and scuba diving.
On top of all that, Dr. Christy has made radio contacts all over the world with his ham radio and has been a member of several garage bands.
If you would like to catch up with Dr. Christy he can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.