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Kelly Neaves McDonough, MD


About Kelly Neaves McDonough

I developed an interest in Breast Imaging while in my Radiology Residency. I knew that I wanted to do something where I could use my hands and do procedures but also be able to interact with patients, like interventional radiology or breast imaging. During that time, a dear friend of mine, who was an ophthalmologist and a mentor for me as a female physician, succumbed to her breast cancer diagnosis. I began to look more into breast imaging and realized there weren’t any fellowship trained breast imaging radiologists in the state of Oklahoma. So, I decided to go to Baylor University in Dallas and obtain my fellowship at the Susan G. Komen Breast Center. I returned to Oklahoma, my home, to become the first fellowship trained breast radiologist in the state. I have now been practicing 20+ years and am still loving what I do. In 2008, my mom was diagnosed at our facility. I learned so much going through that experience with her as a daughter/family member rather than on the “doctor” side of things. My mom is doing wonderfully 12 years later! And I aim to try daily to find breast cancers as early and as small as hers so that others can have similar outcomes!

Dr. McDonough is married to her husband, Brady, and they have two children, Katie and Jack, with whom she enjoys spending her time. She also enjoys reading, traveling and Pure Barre workouts.

Affiliations OU Health – Breast Health Network Edmond, OU Health - University of Oklahoma Medical Center
  • Castle Connolly Medical Ltd. 2016
  • Castle Connolly Medical Ltd. 2017
Health Education
  • Medical School
  • Doctor of Medicine OU College of Medicine
    Oklahoma City, OK
  • Fellowship
  • Breast Imaging Fellowship Susan G. Komen Breast Center
    Baylor University, TX
  • Residency
  • Diagnostic Radiology Integris Baptist Medical Center
    Oklahoma City, OK
  • College
  • Microbiology, Chemistry University of Oklahoma
    Norman, OK
Medical Interests Areas of Interest:
  • Breast cancer
  • Benign breast conditions
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