Medical School: AT Still University
Residency: Diagnostic Radiology at the University of Kansas – Wichita
Fellowship: Interventional Radiology at Johns Hopkins Hospital
Board Certifications: American Board of Radiology
Diagnostic Radiology, Interventional Radiology
Travis McKenzie received his Doctorate of Osteopathic Medicine from AT Still University. He completed a diagnostic radiology residency at the University of Kansas – Wichita and a fellowship in Interventional Radiology at Johns Hopkins Hospital. During his training he received the Hal Pittman Award for best surgical intern, the Jackie Robinson award for best resident, and was chosen as chief resident. He is passionate about innovation and applying the most advanced techniques available to offer the best care to his patients. At McKay-Dee hospital, Dr McKenzie has been integral in establishing the radioembolization program for liver cancer and attaining JCAHO certification as the first thrombectomy capable stroke center in Utah. He has also presented nationally about standardizing care for high risk pulmonary embolism and is involved with developing a system-wide pulmonary embolism response team. He is chair of the system-wide collaborative liver conference which provides a multi-disciplinary approach to complex hepatobiliary disease. Other areas of expertise include vascular malformations, women’s health (uterine fibroid embolization and pelvic congestion), knee pain procedures (geniculate artery embolization and geniculate nerve ablation), percutaneous tumor ablations, and vertebral kyphoplasty. He enjoys spending his spare time being physically active and supporting his 7 children in their curricular and extra-curricular activities.