Mary Maher, M.D.
Mary Maher, M.D. joined Acumen Medical lmaging + lnterventional in July of 2022.
How many years have you been in practice/industry?
- Medical student at Louisiana State University Medical School- New Orleans, LA
- Transitional year internship at MedStar Harbor Hospital- Baltimore, MD
- Diagnostic radiology resident at Columbia University Medical Center- New York, NY
- Neuroradiology fellow for two years at Massachusetts General Hospital- Boston, MA
- Associate professor of radiology in the neuroradiology section with a focus on head and neck imaging at the University of Pennsylvania for one year- Philadelphia, PA
What is your personal philosophy for patient care?
Every patient should be cared for as if they are your mother.
What are your greatest hopes for the future of medicine?
Medicine aims to relieve the suffering of the ill and to maintain and improve the health of the well.
What do you appreciate most about practicing medicine in this community?
I am thrilled to embrace the Pensacola community and bring high caliber image interpretation to each patient and family. I enjoy engaging patients directly as well as working behind the scene with their clinicians to provide high quality and individualized care.
Are you affiliated with any medical or professional associations or societies?
- Radiological Society of North America
- American Roentgen Ray Society
- American Society of Head and Neck Radiology
- American Society of Neuroradiology
- American Association for Women in Radiology
Do you currently have any hospital privileges, and if so, where?
- Baptist Hospital
- HCA West Florida Hospital
- Gulf Breeze Hospital
- D.W. McMillian Memorial Hospital
- Monroe County Hospital
- Northwest Florida Community Hospital
Are there any achievements or accolades you’d like to be included in your biography?
I’ve been blessed with many opportunities, including induction into the Phi Beta Kappa and Phi Kappa Phi Honor Societies at Ole Miss and the Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society during medical school at LSU. I was awarded the Barksdale Award and Taylor Medal at Ole Miss, the Sacit Eren, MD Award for Bedside Manner and Compassion during internship, the Chynn Family Foundation Research Award during residency, the Ralph Schlaeger Fellowship Research Award and the Radiology Leadership Institute Summit Scholarship during fellowship. During fellowship, I also participated in Harvard Business School courses focused on healthcare delivery. What I’m most proud of professionally is the genuine care I have for my patients and my colleagues.
What are some of your hobbies? What do you enjoy doing outside of work?
During my free time, I enjoy spending time with family and friends, traveling, reading and water coloring.
Anything else you’d like to share?
The challenge of neuroradiology inspires continual learning. I particularly love the detailed and beautiful anatomy of the head and neck and have sought additional training at multiple institutions to understand its associated pathology, including an integrative Neuro-ophthalmology and Orbital Imaging fellowship embedded in my residency training. I continued to pursue my interests in head and neck imaging during fellowship at the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary and worked closely with surgical, oncologic and radiation oncology colleagues at weekly tumor boards during my time at Penn. I’m excited to bring this skill set and passion to the Pensacola community.