Mayo Medical School, Rochester MN
Sacred Heart Medical Center (Spokane, WA)
UW Hospital & Clinics
American Board of Diagnostic Radiology
American Board of Internal Medicine
University of Wisconsin - Madison School of Medicine & Public Health
Dr. Philip Carlson is a radiologist seeing patients at Fort Memorial Hospital. He has completed Diagnostic Radiology residency and Interventional Radiology fellowship at the University of Wisconsin in 1989 and has been on staff with the Community Division of University of Wisconsin Radiology since 1999. He is board-certified in both Diagnostic Radiology and Internal Medicine. Currently his scope of practice is general diagnostic imaging, cross sectional imaging, mammography, and nuclear cardiology.
Dr. Carlson’s practice also includes interest in health effects of radiation and energy generation, having lectured for the American Nuclear Society and participated in the 2003 conference. The Future of Nuclear Energy in Wisconsin presented by the Engineering Physics Department of the University of Wisconsin.
Outside interests include bicycling, hiking, swimming, golf, music, photography and electronics.
The Radiology Department provides ultrasound, CT scans, MRIs, mammography, nuclear medicine exams and bone densitometry. State-of-the-art Picture Archival and Communication System (PACS) allows physicians to look at images on the computer wherever they are, eliminating the need to transport images throughout the hospital or deliver images to different facilities. Magnetic resonance imaging technology includes the new Signa™ Architect MRI system from GE Healthcare, the most advanced MRI available today. Fort Memorial Hospital is the first hospital of its size in the nation to have this equipment.
"Better Diagnostics for Better Care at Fort HealthCare"
Computer Tomography (CT Scan)
Diagnostic Radiology (X-Ray)
Magnetic Resonance (MRI)
Nuclear Stress Test
Positron Emission Tomography (PET Scan)
Low Dose Lung Screening (lung cancer detection)
611 Sherman Ave. East
Fort Atkinson WI, 53538