St. Lima, Ohio is home to Lima Radiological Associates, Inc., where Dr. Kevin Killough serves as a decade-long Physician since 2005. Dr. Killough’s 22-year expertise in Medicine, Neuroscience, Neuroradiology, and Diagnostic Radiology is being recognized by the AHC as exceptional feats in American healthcare.
Graduating in 1995 with his MD in Medicine-Radiology from the University of Mississippi School of Medicine, Dr. Killough achieved a Residency in Diagnostic Radiology (1997) and later a Residency in Neurosurgery (2001) at the University of Mississippi Medical Center. Dr. Killough later went on to complete his Fellowship in Neuroradiology from the University of Michigan Hospitals and Clinics in 2002.
According to Dr. Killough, he became involved in his current profession due to his desire to help people during his time shadowing with Neuro and Trauma surgeons. At Lima Radiological Associates, Inc., he partakes in day to day responsibilities, including conducting brain and spine MRI’s, complex CT scans, and full radiologic services.
Dr. Killough is a proud member of The American Board of Radiology, The American Radiology Society, as well as the American Neurological Society. His professional goals within the next 5 years include adding Ohio University medical students to the education component of his job, as well as continuing to teach medical students at the University of Toledo.
In his spare time, Dr. Killough enjoys woodworking and watching football, as well as dividing charity time with Lima Baptist Temple.
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Physician at Lima Radiological Associates, Inc.
- For over twenty-five years, Lima Radiological Associates has been providing quality radiology services to residents of West Central Ohio. Located in St. Lima, Ohio, Lima Radiological Associates has maintained the reputation as the premier radiologic group by offering 24/7, cost-effective, accurate care.
- Staffed with a team of board-certified physicians, Lima Radiological Associates partners with St. Rita’s Medical Center to provide diagnostic radiology, interventional radiology, women’s imaging, and nuclear medicine.