John Gossen, MD

Medical School: Creighton University School of Medicine


Austin Shinagawa, MD

Medical School: University of Nevada


Zaeem Billah, MD

Medical School: Rutgers New Jersey Medical School
Clinical Interests: Clinical Vascular and Interventional Radiology, Vascular Medicine, Medical Education
How I Thrive: Tennis, Hiking, Music, Learning how to cook
Why Kaiser? The Vascular and Interventional Radiology department at Kaiser Permanente offers very hands-on, rigorous training in clinical IR with a specific emphasis on mastering the disease and managing every aspect of the patient's health rather than being a pure proceduralist. From an early stage, we are given our own continuity clinic to follow patients over a long term to understand the natural history of the diseases we treat and see how patient's perform postoperatively over a long period of time. Additionally, seeing consults and attending (and running) multidisciplinary conferences allows trainees to network with other specialties as well as learn different perspectives from different specialties. The main emphasis at KP VISLA is on becoming a good clinician, adding value to the clinical care of the patient. From a procedural standpoint, there is a robust practice in every service line within IR and a vast array of very complex cases that are treated here.


Anoop Ravilla, MD

Medical School: Boston University School of Medicine