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Professional Radiology and Outpatient Imaging Services
Kevin P. Henseler, MD, FACR's avatar'

Kevin P. Henseler, MD, FACR

Practice Area: Vascular & Interventional Radiology

Board of Directors


  • Medical School, Georgetown University, Washington, DC, 1997
  • Undergraduate, University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire, WI, 1993

Residency and Fellowships


Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, MD, Interventional Radiology, 2002-2003


University of Wisconsin Hospitals & Clinics, Madison, WI, Diagnostic Radiology, 1998-2003

Certifications and Licenses

  • American Board of Radiology
  • Minnesota Medical License


  • American College of Radiology
  • American Roentgen Ray Society
  • Radiological Society of North America
  • Society of Interventional Radiology (SIR)
  • SIR Clinical Practice Development Committee

Achievements & Awards

Top Doctor Twin Cities Area, Consumers' CHECKBOOK Magazine, 2015
Best Doctors for Women, Minnesota Monthly Magazine, 2013
Top Doctor Twin Cities, Mpls.St.Paul Magazine, 2010



Menasha, WI, about 45 minutes south of Lambeau Field.


I am a proud Packers fan. I have four wonderful young children (and a new dog) who are my main hobbies. When not fathering them, I enjoy tennis, reading, and cooking for my overworked wife.

Why I Became a Radiologist

I chose radiology as a vocation because it is a cutting edge field, where our technology helps drive where medicine will end up. It is an intellectually intense field that asks for continuous curiosity and life-long learning, and rewards that by continually changing and offering new advances and new technologies so that it is re-invented every few years. It is impossible to be bored with Radiology. I chose Interventional Radiology as my practice focus because it allows me to be involved in the diagnosis of many different entities, as with all radiology, but allows me to intervene in the disease process, and assist patients in bringing them to their optimal health. The marriage of technology and the hands-on helping of people makes my practice enormously gratifying and rewarding.