Dr. Carl Decker performed his undergraduate studies at Santa Clara University in Santa Clara, California from 1984-1989 studying electrical engineering. He worked at NASA-Ames Research Center from 1984-1992 as a computer programmer and electrical engineer. He also completed his pre-medical education at San Jose State University from 1989-1991 and obtained his masters degree in Applied Physiology at The Chicago Medical School from 1992-1993. He went on to obtain his MD from The Chicago Medical School from 1993-1997.

After a 1-year Transitional Internship at Madigan Army Medical Center at Ft. Lewis, Washington, Dr. Decker served for 1-year as a General Medical Officer in Camp Hovey, South Korea. He then returned to Madigan Army Medical Center and completed his Radiology Residency in 2004.

Dr. Decker then transferred to Ft. Benning, Georgia and served as Department Chief from 2004-2006 before serving 6-months at Bagram Air Base in Afghanistan as a general radiologist. Dr. Decker completed his Army service in 2009 as a Major and was awarded the Meritorious Service Medal.

From 2009-2017 Dr. Decker worked at Gundersen Hospital in LaCrosse, Wisconsin as a general radiologist with emphasis in mammography. He then returned South to Georgia in 2018.

Dr. Decker is board-certified by the American Board of Radiology and a member of the Radiologic Society of North America and the American College of Radiology.

In his spare time, Dr. Decker and his wife Amy enjoy attending their children’s sports events and other extra-curricular activities as well as traveling.