Dr. Sam Putnam
Samuel G. Putnam III, M.D., is an interventional radiologist with IR Centers at Colorado Urology.
He earned his medical degree from Thomas Jefferson
University in Philadelphia and completed his residency in diagnostic radiology at Pennsylvania Hospital, serving as chief resident his final year, and completed his fellowship in interventional radiology at Temple University Hospital. He is board-certified in diagnostic radiology with added Qualification in vascular and interventional radiology by the American Board of Radiology.
Early in his career, Dr. Putnam served as an
emergency department attending physician and as a flight surgeon and general medical officer with the United States Army. Most recently, Dr. Putnam served over 20 years in Philadelphia area health systems, predominately as a co-leader of an Interventional Radiology group covering Pennsylvania Hospital, Fox Chase Cancer Center, and several community hospitals.
He also has extensive experience in treatment of women's health issues such as fibroid disease and pelvic congestion syndrome, as well as vascular disease, urologic disorders, liver diseases and venous access.
The recipient of academic and military honors, Dr. Putnam has presented nationally, taught radiology residents, authored publications in peer reviewed journals and engaged in clinical research.