Joseph Triolo, M.D., is a diplomat of the American Board of Radiology who
received his medical degree from Jefferson Medical College of Thomas Jefferson
University, Philadelphia. After completing a one-year internal medicine internship at Bryn Mawr Hospital, he began his radiology residency at Mercy Catholic
Medical Center, Philadelphia, where he served as chief resident. He completed
his fellowship at Philadelphia's Temple University Hospital in Musculoskeletal
Radiology with a special emphasis on MRI.
Dr. Triolo joined the Medical Radiology Group practice at Community Medical
Center in 1995 and has held numerous appointments during his tenure. He
is a member of the Cancer Committee and Tumor Board Committee, and he
also served as the cancer liaison physician for the Cancer Program.
Dr. Triolo served as chairman of Radiology at Community Medical Center
until 2011 . Under Dr. Triolo's leadership the department has initiated
some of the newest technology available in the Radiology industry. He
was instrumental with the transition to digital imaging (PACS) in 2004,
an advance that speeds diagnosis and treatment for all patients at our
hospital. Dr. Triolo spearheaded the addition of a 3 Tesla MRI, and a
64 Slice CT Scanner in 2006, both of which were the first in Ocean County.
While Dr. Triolo's primary area of expertise is MRI, he is an interventional
radiologist and is licensed by the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission
as an authorized user.
He has presented numerous continuing education programs to audiences nationwide
on a host of topics including MRI of the Musculoskeletal system, open
MRI, MR arthrography, advances in body imaging, open MRI of the musculoskeletal
system, open MR of the shoulder and open MR of the knee. He is a published
journal and book author on topics including MRI, skeletal radiology, and
Dr. Triolo is a member of the American College of Radiology, Society of
Skeletal Radiology, Society of Interventional Radiology and Radiological
Society of North America.