Dr. Douglas Lake - Practice Information
Joined McFarland Clinic
Dr. Lake practices all elements of general radiology, but received subspecialty training during a clinical MRI fellowship at Stanford emphasizing body MRI, breast MRI, musculoskeletal MRI and cardiac MRI. He performs minimally invasive tissue acquisition via small needles and catheters.
He has enjoyed teaching throughout his career in many ways such as informing patients about their procedure, teaching fellows and residents, or working collaboratively with other physicians.
He has spoken about radiology throughout his career at national conferences, state-level conferences and locally at physician and technologist in-services.
Dr. Lake embraces process improvement and improving clinical outcomes through check-list style interpretive reporting, applying RECIST criteria to oncologic interpretation and working toward best practice within the realm of radiology.
Education & Professional Certification
- American Board of Radiology
Loyola University Chicago
- B.S., Biology; 1998
- Magna Cum Laude
- Phi Beta Kappa
- Loyola Scholar-Athlete of the Year, 1998
University of Kansas School of Medicine
- M.D., Medicine; 2002
Medical University of South Carolina
- Diagnostic Radiology; 2007
- Chief Resident 2006
- Roentgen Research Award 2005
Stanford Hospital & Clinics
- Clinical MRI Fellow, Division of Abdominal Imaging; 2008
- Stanford Radiology Fellow Teaching Award, 2008
- Radiological Society of North America
- American Roentgen Ray Society
- American College of Radiology
Professional & Personal Interests
- Department Chair, McFarland Clinic Radiology
- Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Radiology, Stanford Health Care; January 2008-present
- Stanford Radiology Adjunct Clinical Faculty of the Year; 2011
Hobbies and Personal Interests
Hunting, biking, photography, wine, travel, investing, lifting weights and growing orchids