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Professional Staff - Dr. Sid Prakash MD

Dr. Sid Prakash MD

Dr. Sid Prakash MD

We're pleased to introduce our new radiologist at our healthcare facility in Brooklyn. We are happy to have Dr. Sid Prakash here at HealthQuest.

A diagnostic radiologist and entrepreneur based in New York City, Dr. Sid Prakash, MD is a board-certified attending radiologist who previously served as Chairman of Radiology and Co-Chief Information Officer at North General Hospital in Manhattan, an affiliate of Mount Sinai Hospital.

With his leadership experience in both hospitals and private practice settings, this radiologist aims at building relationships with medical specialists to advance the quality and availability of imaging services; and partnering with small, early-stage medical startups seeking private equity or venture capital funding and/or board and advisory leadership.

Dr. Prakash is the owner and medical director of several successful medical practices, including AMDS Radiology, recognized as one of the most successful outpatient imaging centers in Staten Island, and Specialized Imaging Doctor, a cutting-edge teleradiology practice that has served over 20 imaging centers in New York and several neighboring states.

With the ultimate goal to provide unmatched levels of service to enhance patient care, this radiologist also supports innovative new healthcare discoveries and technologies. He is one of the Board of Directors at Andrew Technologies LLC, (November 2015 – Present) California, and is experienced in working with

  • Mount Sinai Health System (2007 – Present (11 years) Greater New York City Area)
  • White Willow Capital Fund, PC (2015 – Present (3 years) Greater New York City Area)
  • Clinical Assistant Attending in Diagnostic Radiology (2007 – 2010) and Voluntary Staff, 2010 (Present at North General Hospital (2007 – 2010 (3 years)Greater New York City Area)
  • Chief Information Officer, 2009 – 2010, Interim Chairman/Chairman, Diagnostic Radiology, 2008 – 2010 and Radiologist, 2007 – 2008, North Shore Medical Center – LIJ Health System (2002 – 2007 (5 years)Greater New York City Area)
  • Radiology Resident, Long Island Jewish Medical Center, 2003 – 2007
  • Internal Medicine Resident, North Shore University Hospital, 2002 – 2003

A member of the American Board of Radiology and New York State Medical Society, Dr. Prakash completed his education at Long Island Jewish Medical Center, North Shore University Hospital, University of Missouri-Columbia (Doctor of Medicine (M.D.)), Washington University in St. Louis (Bachelor of Science (B.S.)). He also served as a Teaching Assistant for the Introduction to Genetics course at Washington University from 9/97 through 12/97, and led lectures, Q&A sessions, and tutorials for more than 200 students.

His medical licenses and certifications include:

  • Maryland State Medical License (State of Maryland, August 2011 – September 2017)
  • Diagnostic Radiology Board Certification (The American Board of Radiology, June 2007 – June 2017)
  • New Jersey State Medical License (State of New Jersey, August 2008 – June 2017)
  • Delaware State Medical License (State of Delaware, November 2012 – March 2017)
  • Alabama State Medical License (State of Alabama, January 2016 – December 2016)
  • Pennsylvania State Medical License (Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, March 2011 – December 2016)
  • New York State Medical License (New York State Department of Health, March 2007 – October 2016)

Dr. Prakash received the Columbia School of Medicine Scholarship from the University of Missouri in 1998, Research Fellowship in Biology from Howard Hughes Medical Institute in 1997 and Shirley Jean Ansehl Scholarship from Washington University in 1994. He had also earned Dean’s List status 6 of 7 total semesters at Washington University.

While in medical school, he completed the research project “Echocardiogram Research Project, Department of Cardiothoracic Surgery” May 1999 – September 1999, that looked into the diagnostic predictive value of echocardiograms in assessing viable versus infarcted myocardium prior to coronary artery bypass grafting.