Christine Stoskopf, MD, is a board-certified radiologist and the medical director of UIMG Community Health Clinic, a convenient and low-cost diagnostic imaging clinic with multiple locations in Ontario and Beverly Hills, California, and Phoenix, Arizona.
Dr. Stoskopf is a remote interpreter for all three clinics and does not see or interact with any patients. She has served as medical director at UIMG Clinic for over five years.
She graduated from Northwestern University Medical School, where she did her residency in Diagnostic Radiology and received her board certification. She completed an additional two-year fellowship in Pediatric Radiology before she and her husband settled in Phoenix to practice.
Dr. Stoskopf has a long work history in Phoenix. Before UIMG Clinic, she worked as a pediatric radiologist at Phoenix Children’s Hospital and did adult radiology at Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center for seven years.
After that, she spent 17 years with Valley Radiologists, a large office and hospital-based radiology practice serving the west end of Phoenix.
Coming to West Coast Ultrasound and working with UIMG Clinic was a natural next step, allowing her to focus on a passion for teaching and performing quality Diagnostic Radiology.
Her commitment to teaching is reflected by her three sons, who presently attend postgraduate programs in medicine at The University of Southern California Medical School, in sociology and teaching at Michigan State University, and in molecular biology at Princeton University. Her goal is to maintain a practice of high-level sonography.
In addition, during their externship, she gives daily conferences to the externs as a final step in their education at WCUI School of Medical Imaging. Producing quality diagnostic imaging through ultrasound and teaching the sonographers and externs at UIMG Clinic allows her to play out this commitment as she continues serving the Phoenix community.