Northwest Radiology Network Launches Vascular and Interventional Physicians (VIP)

Northwest Radiology Network is excited to announce the launch of Vascular and Interventional Physicians (VIP), a division of Northwest Radiology focused on minimally-invasive procedures and surgical alternatives.

Located at 10603 N. Meridian Street in Indianapolis, the new outpatient clinic and procedural facility is led by Vincent Flanders, MD and Joshua Dowell, MD, PhD, FSIR of Northwest Radiology (NWR), both board-certified interventional and vascular radiologists who have been trained in body imaging diagnostic radiology as well as image-guided procedures.

“Our new outpatient location for VIP allows new doors to open and facilitates the transition of patients’ care to more convenient and affordable models,” said Northwest Radiology Executive Director and CFO Linda Wilgus, CPA, MBA. “We plan to continue to expand and provide this care model at more locations throughout central Indiana — with the same level of compassion and care you have come to expect from Northwest Radiology.”

Service areas include oncology, women’s health including uterine fibroid embolization, men’s health including prostate artery embolization, treatment of blood clots and arterial disease along with urologic, bone/joint and gastrointestinal conditions.

In addition to Dr. Flanders and Dr. Dowell, other providers include:

  • Molly Frankum, RT(R) (ARRT), MHS-PAS, PA-C
  • Katie Watkins, PA-C

Vascular and Interventional Physicians is open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. by appointment.

Northwest Radiology is one of the largest physician-owned radiology groups in central Indiana providing specialized imaging services in all areas of radiology. With more than 30 sub-specialized, board-certified radiologists, outpatient centers around the Indianapolis area, and partnerships with several specialty clinics, Northwest Radiology delivers comprehensive imaging to patients.

For more information or to schedule an appointment, please call 317-328-7255 or visit