|Fellowship||New York University Hospital - Langone Medical Center|
|Residency||St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital|
|Internship||Winthrop University Hospital|
|Medical School||Cornell University - Weill Medical College|
|Board Certifications||American Board of Radiology|
|Subspecialty Areas||Breast Imaging|
Arlene Sussman, MD, is a highly regarded breast imaging specialist and leading voice on issues related to breast cancer and breast health.
She is a frequent expert contributor to news organizations, including CNN, and serves as a National Organization for Women radio talk show guest speaker. She has received numerous accolades in recognition of her commitment to her profession and to breast cancer education. She was voted “Woman of the Year” by the Long Island (NY) Women of Substance, by Distinction magazine, and by Brookhaven Memorial Hospital (Suffolk County, NY).
As director of the vRad Breast Imaging program — consistent with her more than 20 years of dedication to breast cancer education and awareness — Dr. Sussman is responsible for a program that seeks to ensure that high-quality breast imaging expertise is available to facilities across the country — regardless of their size or location.
A graduate of Cornell University Medical College, Dr. Sussman has trained at St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital and New York University Hospital. She previously served as director of the Department of Radiology, Outpatient Division at Memorial-Sloan Kettering Cancer Center and as director of Women’s Imaging at Winthrop University Hospital. She is a member of the Long Island Radiological Society and Society of Breast Imaging.
To learn more about Dr. Sussman, read vRad Medical Director Spotlight: Dr. Sussman.