Meet our radiologists
John Pallin, M.D.
Dr. Pallin graduated from Medical College of Wisconsin in 1980 and went on to complete his residency at University of Arkansas, where he was selected as Chief Resident in 1983. After completing a body imaging fellowship, he worked as an assistant professor in body imaging and chest radiology from 1984-88 and received the Teacher of the Year award for radiology. In 1987-88, he served as the director of interventional radiology at the Veterans Affairs Hospital in Little Rock, Arkansas. He moved with his wife, Dr. Cary Pallin, and their three children to Kenosha later that year, where he worked as a member of Radiology Consultants. In 2002, he and Dr. Cary Pallin opened Kenosha Radiology Center. "My goal is to make it so all of my patients have their procedure with no pain and with maximum result," he says of his interventional work at KRC. In his spare time, he enjoys golfing, gardening, and spending time with his children and two golden retrievers.
Cary Pallin, M.D.
Dr. Pallin graduated from the University of Arkansas School of Medicine in 1983, where she stayed on to complete her radiology residency. She obtained her board certification in diagnostic radiology in 1988. Later that year, she and her husband, Dr. John Pallin, moved to Kenosha with their three children, where she worked with Radiology Consultants. In 2002, she and Dr. John Pallin founded Kenosha Radiology Center, with the goal of providing high quality, personal care to Southeastern Wisconsin. She is especially interested in musculoskeletal radiology. "She treats every study as if it were her own child's," says her husband Dr. John Pallin of her work at KRC. In her free time, she enjoys playing tennis, cooking, and traveling with her three children.
Ann Meier, M.D.
Dr. Meier was one of 30 people selected for a fast track medical training program for future physicians offered by the University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee in 1986 and was one of fifteen who finished the rigorous program. After completing her medical degree from the Medical College of Wisconsin in 1993, she began training at the private radiology residency at St. Joseph's hospital in Milwaukee, which offered six additional months of training in advanced imaging (MRI, CT, and interventional radiology). She successfully obtained her board certification in diagnostic radiology in 1998. Before joining Drs. John and Cary Pallin in 2008, Dr. Meier spent 10 years in a large, successful private practice radiology group, functioning as a general radiologist with a special interest in women's imaging and mammography. She was a member of the group governance, serving on the executive committee, and was the Director of Radiology at the University of Wisconsin Health Partners Watertown Regional Medical Center, one of the group's three hospitals. Dr. Meier was a frequent speaker on television and in the community on women's imaging. It's the personal level of service that Kenosha Radiology Center is able to provide its patients and referring physicians that attracted Dr. Meier to this unique practice.
Lloyd Hendrix, M.D.
Dr. Hendrix graduated from the University of Kansas School of Medicine in 1979 and went on to complete his internship and residency at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center. After becoming board-certified in 1983 he completed a yearlong fellowship in Body CT and Ultrasound and subsequently entered private practice in Los Angeles. In 1986 he and his wife moved to Milwaukee. Dr. Hendrix completed a fellowship in Neuroradiology at The Medical College of Wisconsin and subsequently joined the staff there. In 1992 he took a leave of absence for a yearlong fellowship in Interventional Neuroradiology at the University of Virginia, afterwards returning to The Medical College as an Associate Professor and Director of Interventional Neuroradiology. In 1997 Dr. Hendrix entered private practice in the Neenah-Oshkosh area, living there for 10 years. He returned to the Milwaukee area in 2008 and worked at Waukesha and Oconomowoc Memorial Hospitals. He joined the staff at Kenosha Radiology Center in 2015. He says, “This practice is unique in that it combines expertise with personal service at a level almost unknown in this day and age.” In his spare time Dr. Hendrix enjoys bicycling, cross- country skiing, and travelling.