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Keeping You in the Game with Sports Injury Imaging

Keeping You in the Game with Sports Injury Imaging
Radiology Affiliates Imaging​ - ​Providing Sports Injury Imaging with Dr. Jeff Mathews

For more than 40 years, Radiology Affiliates Imaging has been providing the families of Mercer and Bucks County regions with the highest level of imaging technology. Our over 40 board certified subspecialty radiologists are committed to providing exceptional imaging services and have been trained in areas of specialty radiology. Musculoskeletal (MS...
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RAI Recognized by Bucks County Health Improvement Partnership

RAI Recognized by Bucks County Health Improvement Partnership
The radiologists of Radiology Affiliates Imaging (RAI) have been recognized by St. Mary Health and the Bucks County Health Improvement Partnership (BCHIP), for their commitment to the Breast Health Initiative. BCHIP will publically thank the physicians of RAI – Drs. Weiser, Cohen, Prager, Meshkov, Nayee, LeCavalier and Bosworth for their extraordin...
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Community Open House at RAI Hamilton

Community Open House at RAI Hamilton
Radiology Affiliates Imaging is proud to be part of the Mercer County community for over 45 years. We are now opening our doors to show all of the new and exciting imaging services. Join us for an evening of food, prizes, education and tours at our Hamilton location (2501 Kuser Road). Community Open House! Thursday, April 14th from 6-8pm Tour our i...
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RAI Recommendation for Screening Mammography

RAI Recommendation for Screening Mammography

The American College of Radiology and the Society of Breast Imaging agree with the American Cancer Society that mammography saves lives and that all women 40 and older should have access to mammography. However, we urge that women get the maximum benefit from mammography by continuing to follow the existing recommendation of the American College of Radiology to have annual mammograms starting at age 40. This is consistent with the American Cancer Society report and recommendations.

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