Diagnostic Radiology Residency

Norwalk Hospital’s residency in Diagnostic Radiology provides a clinically intense but highly supportive environment for resident training, which is essential to our educational philosophy and approach to teaching. The program consists of 10 radiology residents, three alternating with two in each of the four years. The teaching faculty is composed of 14 fellowship-trained radiologists.  

Click here to download the Diagnostic Radiology Residency Program Booklet

Message from the Program Director

Thank you for visiting Norwalk Hospital. We are pleased that our Diagnostic Radiology Residency Program is of interest to you, and we appreciate this opportunity to meet you, introduce you to our residents and faculty, and show you our hospital and department.

Our program has many unusual features. We are proud of our tradition of excellence in education and our reputation for outstanding clinical training.

We understand that the residency application and interview process is stressful, but we hope that your visit with us will be relaxing, informative, and even fun.

Please find out as much about us as you can. I will try to tell you what I think is most important, but also make a point of talking to our residents, especially between interviews and during lunch. They are honest and can help you figure out whether Norwalk Hospital would be a good choice for you.

If  you think of any questions after you leave, please feel free to contact Anila Dalipi, our program coordinator, or any of our residents or graduates.


Wasserman Evan S
Evan S. Wasserman, MD
Undergrad: Washington University in St. Louis, MO
Medical School: Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Internship: Massachusetts General Hospital, MA
Residency: Massachusetts General Hospital, MA
Fellowship: MSK/MRI—Massachusetts General Hospital, MA; Breast & Body Imaging—Memorial Sloan Kettering, NY