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Specialty Area:

General Diagnostic Radiology / Breast-related interpretations, procedures, and interventions


American Board of Radiology


Residency: Diagnostic Radiology, UNC, Chapel Hill (2008–2012)

Fellowship: Breast Imaging and Interventions, UNC Chapel Hill (2012-2013)

Internship: Cornell University - New York Presbyterian Hospital, New York, New York 1999-2000

Medical Degree:

Medical Doctorate: University of North Carolina School of Medicine, Chapel Hill, North Carolina May 1999

Additional Information:

Published: RSNA (2013) Breast Educational Exhibit, Kuzmiak C, Crosby K. Male Breast Lesions: Are you Up to the Challenge?

Published: RSNA (2013) Breast Educational Exhibit, Kuzmiak C, Crosby K. Breast Masses in Pregnant and Lactating Patients.

Published: Current Obstetrics and Gynecology Reports, March 2013, Volume 2, Issue 1, pp. 53-58. “The Management of Breast Symptoms in the Pregnant and Lactating Patient” Lee, Hartman, Crosby and Kuzmiak.

What led you to choose Breast Imaging & Interventions?

I really enjoy performing procedures and the opportunity to interact directly with patients. Also, detecting breast cancers in the earliest stages is rewarding when treatment is the most effective/curative.

What has been one of your most memorable work experiences so far?

The interpretation of a CT scan in which the patient was a multiple gunshot victim, where the bullets, fortunately, missed all critical organs and vessels.

Why is Valley Radiology a good fit for you?

Valley Radiology has been a good fit for me because of the camaraderie, family like atmosphere and Its mission to provide quality care for patients in Cumberland County and surrounding areas.

Where can we find you, or what do you enjoy doing on your day off?

I enjoy traveling, sports, working in my yard, and spending time with family.