W. Scott Enochs
W. Scott Enochs, M.D., Ph.D. joined the Radiology Associates of the Main Line three years ago and is now Chief of Neuroradiology, having been a staff Neuroradiologist at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital since 1997. He relocated with his family to the Philadelphia area that year after completing a Neuroradiology Fellowship and Diagnostic Radiology Residency, both at the Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston. Dr. Enochs was boarded in Diagnostic Radiology in 1996 and achieved a Certificate of Added Qualification in Neuroradiology in 1998. Previously, he completed a Doctorate in Biophysics through the combined M.D./Ph.D. Program at the University of Illinois in Champaign-Urbana, Illinois.
Since last year, Dr. Enochs has also served as a Lieutenant Colonel, Flight Surgeon and Chief of Aerospace Medicine with the 166th Airlift Wing at New Castle County Airport of the Delaware Air National Guard; he had served previously since 1997 with the 913th Airlift Wing at Willow Grove Air Reserve Station of the United States Air Force Reserves. Dr. Enochs, his wife Connie and their three children (ages 28, 21, and 17) live in Wayne, Pennsylvania and look forward to retiring one day to Belfast, Maine.
“My passion and lifelong thirst for knowledge was first ignited in the Thermodynamics class of Don Kelly and fully fueled in the Mathematical Methods for Physicists class of Phil Macklin. Other outstanding teacher-role models for me include Joe Priest, and Jim Poth (the latter whom I owe a debt for allowing me to remain in class after several hours uptown drinking green beer on St. Patty's day). And who can forget that ‘a pint's a pound the world around those men of Harlech say.’” W. Scott Enochs, BS 1978