Dr. Jordan Haber
Board Certified in Diagnostic Radiology in 1978. Dr. Haber had been in private practice for the last 30 years. Currently, Professor of Clinical Imaging at Long Island University.
Expert Radiologist Since 2012
Expertise includes General Radiology, Pediatric Radiology, Forensic Child Abuse Imaging, Neuroradiology, Orthopedic Radiology, Nuclear Medicine-PET, Mammography, CT, MRI and Ultrasound.
Dr. Jordan Haber FACR
Medical Expert Witness Radiologist
Board Certified in Diagnostic Radiology in 1978. He later in 1993, was honored with the title of Fellow of the American College of Radiology. This honorary degree is offered to only a small fraction of Board Certified Radiologists as leaders within Radiology.
His education included a Residency at State University of New York at Downstate between 1973 and 1976.
Dr. Haber had been in the private practice for the last 30 years. For a majority of that time, he was a Managing Partner of one of the largest Radiology groups in the Greater New York Area.
Dr. Haber had been President of the Medical Staff, President of the Long Island Radiological Society and very active in both state and national Radiological issues. He was honored by being included among “America’s Top Radiologists” for the years of 2009 and 2010.
Aside from his professional career, he was elected to Mensa which is an organization of individuals whose IQ has been recorded at the top 2%.
His interests include photography, jazz guitar and Eastern Religion. Currently, Dr. Haber is an Adjunct Full Professor of Clinical Imaging at a major university in New York.
Why Choose Us
Expert Witness Radiology
As your medical expert witness, you will work directly with Dr. Haber. Time is of the essence, we are just a phone call or email away 24 and 7. Always ready for conference and testimony within a 24 hours notice
Modern Radiology Help
The overriding concern for the Expert Witness in Radiology should always be as just as it would be if he were the Consulting Radiologist for the ongoing care of the patient.
Over 1000 cases reviewed
The Radiologist must confine his review to image interpretation. He is not the Internist or the Orthopedic Surgeon and most importantly, he is not the attorney. His reporting is based on the experience acquired over decades as a doctor. He is not a teacher in this setting but an informer of findings and Standards of Care.
The Standard of Care
A departure from the Standards can only be noted when the Radiologist has deviated from the guidelines of his professional responsibilities based on the information that he had at his disposal at the time he offered his professional judgment.
Dr. Habers role as an Expert must depend upon his communicative skills.There will be no room for professional arrogance. There must be evident a genuine conviction to convey in a readily accessible fashion the imaging findings in a clinical context.
Committed to Excellence
A Radiological Expert Witness must be credible. He must generate confidence. His opinions although authoritative must be clear and concise. He must be able to converse not only with other doctors, but he must be able to speak at ease with the lay public.