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2010 Fetal Medicine Foundation Reaccreditation

Via Radiology-Meridian Pavilion is pleased to announce reaccreditation of our Ultrasound Department by the Fetal Medicine Foundation as a center for both fetal nuchal translucency (NT) screening as well as the more challenging fetal nasal bone (NB) screening. This accreditation is recognized by the American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine as the standard of care…Learn More

JACR Statement on Breast Screening Guidelines

Click here to download the JACR statement on breast screening guidelines.Learn More

2009 Patient Satisfaction Survey Results

Since our opening in July 2006, the goal at Via Radiology-Meridian Pavilion (Via-MP) has been to provide superior patient care in an outpatient setting. We continually survey patients to confirm we are meeting that goal. We are pleased to share the results of our 2009 patient satisfaction survey tabulation. This year we had over 2,041…Learn More

Breast Cancer Screening Guidelines Statement

The United States Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) updated their breast cancer screening guidelines in the Annals of Internal Medicine on November 17, 2009 and this has created quite a controversy. After careful review of this report and the 2 accompanying studies, the Breast Cancer Multidisciplinary Conference and the Northwest Hospital Committee on Cancer have…Learn More

Evening and Saturday MRI and CT Studies Are Now Offered at Via Radiology-Meridian Pavilion

As part of our commitment to continuously improving our services, we have expanded our hours in response to patients’ who have difficulty in getting away from work to attend medical appointments. Via Radiology-Meridian Pavilion is offering MRI and CT studies (including contrast and sedation) during weekday evenings and on Saturday’s for our working patients. Our…Learn More

How Do MRI’s Work?

You go into a tube, the machine whirs, and a little while later—voila!—there’s an image that shows what’s going on inside your body. At least, that’s the way it seems for most of us. Whether you’re due for an MRI scan or simply curious for future reference, knowing a little more about how MRIs work…Learn More

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