Meet our Radiologists

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Maxwell Lazinger, MD

Dr. Maxwell Lazinger is a board-certified vascular and interventional radiologist.  He is proficient in many endovascular procedures including stenting, endografts and embolizations, as well as regional tumor therapy such as chemoembolization and radiofrequency ablations.  His practice also includes uterine artery embolization as well as pain management procedures such as vertebroplasty and steroid injections.

Dr. Lazinger came to Boone Hospital in July of 2002 from Sinai Hospital of Baltimore where he was Director of Vascular and Interventional Radiology and where he served as a clinical instructor to Johns Hopkins Medical Center surgical residents.  A graduate of Tufts University Schol of Medicine in Boston,

Dr. Lazinger received surgical training at Georgetown University Hospital, and radiology training at Lahey Clinic Medical Center.  He was an Interventional Fellow at the Miami Cardiac and Vascular Institute in Florida.

Dr. Lazinger has received numerous honors for his work and is the author of publications related to vascular and interventional radiology.

In Dr. Lazinger’s spare time he enjoys playing the guitar, attending concerts of rock and roll icons, riding his bicycle and spending time with his family.


Andrew Getzoff, MD

Dr. Getzoff has been a Boone Hospital Radiologist since 2008. During his time at Boone, he has served in various roles of the Hospital’s Medical Staff including a two year term as  Chief Medical Officer  from January 2019 to December 2020.

Prior to joining the Boone Health staff, Dr. Getzoff practiced interventional radiology for seven years in Little Rock, Arkansas.  Dr. Getzoff received his medical degree from the University of Tennessee School of Medicine, after completing a master’s degree in journalism from the University of Missouri.  Dr. Getzoff’s internship (internal medicine), radiology residency and fellowship in neuroradiology were completed at the University of Washington.  In 2002 he earned additional certification in neuroradiology  by the American Board of Radiology.  As a board certified neuroradiologist, Dr. Getzoff specializes in stroke rescue and cerebral aneurysm embolization procedures.   Dr. Getzoff is a senior member of the American Society of Neuroradiology.

When time allows, Dr. Getzoff enjoys spending time with his family and traveling to new and interesting places!


Terry Elwing, MD

Dr Terry Elwing specializes in Breast Imaging and Intervention.  She serves as the director of the Harris Breast Center at Boone Health.

After completing her residency, with a focus on women’s imaging, she became an assistant professor and director of radiology at Ellis Fischel Cancer Center.  During her time in academics she served as residency director, receiving numerous awards for excellence in education.  Dr Elwing was instrumental in the development and early acceptance of percutaneous breast biopsy as an alternate to surgical excision.  She has given numerous lectures and continues to educate the public in addition to serving as a mentor to medical students and residents with a focus on Breast Health and Cancer Detection.

Dr Elwing moved to private practice at Boone Hospital in 1999 and continues to bring the most up to date technology to the Harris Breast Center.  Boone Hospital became one of the first facilities in the nation to endorse digital mammography and offer this to all patients for diagnostic and screening mammograms.  Boone became the first Breast Center in the region to offer tomosynthesis, leading to detection of smaller cancers and fewer recalls.    Dr Elwing was also instrumental in the early adoption of Breast MRI for diagnostic and interventional procedures.  Soon after, screening breast MRI was offered to high-risk women.

Boone Health uses a reporting platform that allows for compliance with all required state and federal regulations in addition to a robust risk assessment profile.

Every woman presenting for mammography at Boone Health undergoes risk assessment and Breast Density Scoring.  Based on those results, patients may be referred to the High-Risk Breast Center for a more personalized evaluation and screening recommendations that may include screening MRI.

The team of breast surgeons, oncologists and radiologists work together to offer comprehensive care and treatment options to patients undergoing breast cancer treatment and surveillance.

In her spare time, Dr Elwing spends time with her family and enjoys the outdoors.  She and her husband raise registered Hereford cattle on their farms south of Columbia.  Dr Elwing has been married to her husband Mark, for 37 years and they have two grown daughters who are both married with children living in the community. Spending time enjoying and educating the next generation is her newest passion


Logan Frank, MD

Dr. Frank is a board-certified radiologist with subspecialty training in breast cancer imaging.  After completing an undergraduate degree in physics and a graduate degree in biomedical sciences, Dr. Frank attended medical school at the University of Missouri School of Medicine.  Dr. Frank completed his medical internship and radiology residency at the University of Missouri followed by a breast cancer imaging fellowship at Boston Medical Center.  Dr. Frank returned to Columbia in 2016 to Boone Hospital and is currently the Director of Breast Imaging and Breast Imaging Fellowship Director at the University of Missouri while continuing to provide clinical services at Boone Hospital.  Dr. Frank is a father of four, and his current hobbies include watching t-ball, attending school plays, and taking kids to music lessons.


Rafael Marroquin, MD