E. Brooke Spencer, MD, FSIR
Medical Director & CEO, MIPS
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Education & Training
Undergraduate – Bachelor of Arts
Dartmouth College, 1991
Medical School – Doctor of Medicine
The University of Vermont, College of Medicine, 1995
Internship – General Surgery
University of North Carolina Hospitals in Chapel Hill, NC, 1996
Residency – Diagnostic Radiology
Duke University Medical Center in Durham, NC, 2000
Fellowship – Interventional Radiology
Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology, Washington University in St. Louis, MO, 2001
Dr. Elizabeth “Brooke” Spencer is an interventional radiologist and serves as the Medical Director and CEO of Minimally Invasive Procedure Specialists in Denver, Colorado. Dr. Spencer has been Chairman of Radiology and Interventional Radiology at Littleton Adventist Hospital for many years. Prior to serving in this role, she was on staff and served as Medical Director (2011-2015) of the RIA Endovascular Clinic.
Dr. Spencer has been treating complex venous diseases for 22 years. She has performed more than 7000 venous interventions including IVC iliac vein and femoral popliteal venous recanalizations, superficial vein treatments, and treatments for pelvic pain. Her passion for the treatment of deep venous disease has extended into current research investigations to develop a better understanding of pelvic venous disease and chronic pelvic pain in women.
Professional Honors and Accomplishments
E Brooke Spencer, MD, FSIR received recognition as “Best Doctors” in the Denver Business Journal’s August 7-13, 2015 edition.
Dr. Spencer was voted into Fellowship of the Society of Interventional Radiology (a high honor) for her contributions to the field.
Dr. Spencer was featured on the BackTable VI Podcast
Dr. Spencer has been a principal investigator on several research projects over the years, has multiple publications, and is a dedicated educator, speaking at society meetings across the country. She has been president of the Western Angiographic and Interventional Society, serves in the venous service line for the Society of Interventional Radiology, and was a founding member of the non-profit organization the Interventional Initiative. The ii was formed to provide patient education on high-level minimally invasive image-guided procedures that can replace surgery. She was featured in the first of a series of 12 documentaries. She also has founded SAFIRE a non–profit to promote research and education in pelvic venous disease and chronic DVT.
Dr. Spencer can be found spending time with her family. She enjoys golfing, biking, and skiing in the great Colorado outdoors.