Dr. Mary Costantino
Dr. Mary Costantino is a practicing interventional radiologist with Advanced Vascular Centers in Portland, OR.
About Dr. Costantino
Mary Costantino is a highly distinguished Interventional Radiologist, having been awarded some of the most prestigious accolades available in her specialty. Medical School at the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) and Internship at Stanford University Department of Internal Medicine prepared her for a Diagnostic Radiology Residency at Oregon Health and Science University (OHSU), followed by an Interventional Radiology Fellowship at Georgetown University Hospital.
As Medical Director for Advanced Vascular Centers, Dr. Costantino leads a team of exceptional medical professionals who share her vision of providing an exceptional patient experience, and the most advanced care available to the community.
Dr. Costantino is Board Certified in Diagnostic Radiology with a Certificate of Additional Qualification (CAQ) in Interventional Radiology; the highest level of certification offered in her specialty. She was recently recognized as a Society of Interventional Radiology (SIR) Fellow (FSIR), which is one of the most prestigious honors granted to SIR members and the ultimate recognition of professional achievement. Active in SIR, she is a voting member of the SIR executive committee, and Division Chair of the Private Practice section, representing approximately 85% of all SIR membership. A recognized thought leader and innovator in the field, Dr. Costantino is widely published, and frequently invited to speak at local, national, and international professional conferences and vendor-sponsored events. She actively mentors other Interventional Radiologists in early phases of their career, and is especially proud of mentoring women in the field, and working to close the gender gap in the specialty.
Since 2006, Dr. Costantino has been practicing primarily in Oregon, where she is actively making a difference in the lives of her patients. With a deep compassion for her community and for her patients, she is a passionate advocate for informed consent. Dr. Costantino is committed to providing every patient the opportunity to truly understand their condition, treatment options, and care plan. She is acutely aware of the disparity of care in minority populations, and often speaks and advocates on behalf of marginalized patients to ensure that they have appropriate access to care.
In her free time, Dr. Costantino is active in many philanthropic and professional organizations, including membership in the Philanthropic Educational Organization (PEO). She has served on the Board of Directors, and is now Treasurer, of Rose Haven; a day shelter for women and children in downtown Portland. She is also raising her two teenage sons in the greater Portland area.
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Podcasts Featuring Dr. Costantino
Articles Featuring Dr. Costantino
How to Build an Office-Based Lab (OBL) & Requirements
An office-based lab (OBL) is a practice model that is becoming more frequent amongst interventional radiologists across the country. From financing to contract negotiations, Dr. Mary Costantino talks about her experience building an office-based lab & requirements for them.
Caring for Patients in an Office-Based Lab Versus Hospital Setting
Between office-based labs (OBL), ambulatory surgical centers, and hospitals, patients are treated in various settings by endovascular specialists across the country. In this episode of the BackTable podcast, Dr. Mary Costantino talks about the benefits and drawbacks of working in an OBL compared to a hospital.
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