David Novick, MD
David M. Novick, MD earned his Bachelors of Science degree with highest honors from Stony Brook University in New York in 1978. He studied medicine at the State University of New York, Upstate Medical Center in Syracuse in 1982, honored by induction into the national AOA medical school honor society in his third year of medical school. After medical school, Dr. Novick interned in internal medicine at the Washington Hospital Center in Washington DC. He did his radiology residency at Massachusetts General Hospital from 1983 through 1986. Following this he completed a one-year fellowship at MGH in vascular and interventional radiology.
Dr. Novick is certified by the American Board of Radiology in Diagnostic radiology with additional certification in Interventional Radiology. He began practice with L&M radiology in 1987. From 1997 through 2002, he served as Chief of Radiology at Lawrence General Hospital. In 2002 and 2003, Dr. Novick worked at Shields MRI, interpreting thousands of musculoskeletal and neuro MRIs. He returned to L&M in 2003 focusing on Women’s imaging, musculoskeletal, and neuro imaging. In practice, he was part of the team that brought advanced interventional radiology techniques to the Merrimack Valley, including renal and small vessel angioplasty, vascular stenting, and lysis (“clot busting”) for blocked blood vessels. Dr. Novick was involved with starting the minimally invasive stereotactic breast biopsy program at LGH in 1995, and more recently in bringing MRI guided breast biopsy to the Merrimack Valley.
Dr. Novick is a native of New York City and currently lives with his wife in Andover. He is a long time Patriots fan, and enjoys skiing, playing squash, and golf. He spent many years coaching youth baseball and hockey in Andover while raising his two sons.