RAI employees are collecting items for those in need this holiday season! We are working with the Trenton Rescue Mission through the end of December to help make the holidays a bit brighter for our neighbors in need. We will be collecting the following items at both our Hamilton and Lawrenceville offices:
New and gently used clothing, toys and houseware items, toys, non-perishable food and pet supplies.
if you would like to participate please drop off your items to our Hamilton (2501 Kuser Road) or Lawrenceville (3120 Princeton Pike) office. Please email us with any questions. Thank you for your help. Happy Holidays from RAI!
RAI offers uninsured rates for those who do not currently have insurance. If you would like more information regarding this program please call our office (609)585-8800 and a Care Coordinator will be happy to assist you.
Have your mammogram between October 1st and December 1st and be automatically entered to win! RAI will be giving away a Thirty One Gifts tote bag full of great items to one lucky winner! All you have to do is have your mammogram before December 1st at either our Hamilton or Lawrenceville office. To schedule your appointment call (609) 585-8800 or click here.
The RAI Vein Center at Lawrenceville is now offering free screening appointments. Call (1-800-251-RAIVEIN) or email Joan Veltri, Vein Center Coordinator to schedule your appointment today.
Specializing in the tvein reatment options for varicose and spider veins. For more infomation please visit www.RAIVEIN.com
RAI offers convenient MRI appointments 7 days a week.
Monday - Thursday: 7am - 9pm
Ultrasound guided breast biopsy and cyst aspiration is now available at our Lawrenceville office. Patients with concerning cystic or solid breast masses that can be visualized on ultrasound no longer need to leave Lawrenceville for their work up. The biopsy can usually be performed within a week. Our experienced radiologists, Dr. Eric Bosworth and Dr. Lynne Taus, will be providing this important service. In conjunction with our "Results while you wait" program RAI is continually striving to meet the radiology needs of our patients and referring physicians in the most convenient way possible.
The Vein Center at Lawrenceville is now offering evening and weekend appointments. To schedule your appointment contact Joan Veltri, Vein Center Coordinator at (800) 251-RAIVEIN.
RAI is proud to announce the opening of The Vein Center at Lawrenceville. In the past, treating varicose veins required invasive surgery that was followed by a long recovery period. Now, with endovenous laser therapy, we are able to get rid of unsightly varicose veins with a simple procedure performed right in a doctor’s office.The patient is awake during the procedure and can walk out of the office immediately afterward.
The procedure is performed by an experienced interventional radiologist who uses laser energy to treat the varicose veins. The best part is that endovenous laser therapy causes only minimal discomfort, which means the patient can return to normal activities the same day.
We at The Vein Center at Lawrenceville are happy to announce that we now offer this procedure, along Radiofrequency Venous Ablation and Sclerotherapy for Spider Veins. Most cases are covered by medical insurance. If you or someone you know is considering varicose or spider vein treatment, contact Joan Veltri, Vein Center Coordinator at (800) 251-RAIVEIN.
ABC News is reporting that the longest-running study of breast cancer screening PROVES that regular mammograms save lives - and more lives than previously thought.They prevent cancer deaths, and the number of lives saved increases over time.
The researchers found that seven years of mammograms made for 30 percent fewer breast cancer deaths years down the road, when compared with women who didn't receive mammograms.
That translates to 15 to 20 thousand lives a year.
Past studies only looked 7 to 10 years down the road, so the benefit didn't seem as large.
And that's what the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force used when it recommended in 2009 that routine mammograms not start till age 50, and that they end at 75. It cited the large number of mammograms needed to save a life, and a higher risk of false positives that might lead to unneeded biopsies and other tests.
The new study of 130,000 Swedish women says that it only takes 414 to 519 screenings to save on life.
Some cancer experts say the benefits are probably even bigger now, because mammogram technology has improved so much since the study started.
The study in Sweden didn't specifically address the controversy over screenings for women between 40 and 49 years of age, because it didn't break down the risk according to age.
Despite the federal recommendations, the American Cancer Society continued calling for mammograms to start at 40.
For more information visit www.abclocal.go.com
RAI accepts most insurance plans. Click here for a complete list of insurances accepted.
If you do not see your insurance listed, please call (609) 585-8800, ext 235 to speak with an insurance verification specialist.
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Radiology and Imaging Services Provided: High-Field MRI, 3 T MRI, Breast Imaging, MRA, MR Arthrogram, Contrast Studies, Reduced Radiation CT, CTA, Digital Mammography, Bone Densitometry, DEXA with Vertebral Fracture Assessment (VFA), Ultrasound, Pelvic and Abdominal US, Fetal US, Venous Doppler Extremity, DVT, Venous Reflux Study, Carotid, Noninvasive Arterial Evaluation, Reduced Radiation X-Rays, GI Studies, Esophageal, UGI, Bowel Series, Barium Enema, Thyroid Biopsy, Breast Biopsy, Varicose Vein Treatment, Endovenous Laser Treatment (EVLT), Spider Vein Treatment, Sclerotherapy, Phlebectomy