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In order to keep our environment safe and accessible during the COVID-19 pandemic, we ask that you take note of the following safety protocols. Protocols are subject to change so please check back often. In addition to these safety protocols, Read More

Colorectal Cancer Screening Options

Did you know that colon cancer is beatable in 90% of cases when detected early? That’s why getting screened is so important. Since March is National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, it is a great time for us to educate on Read More

A Note to Patients Regarding COVID-19

NOTE: This communication was sent to all patients via email. If you did not receive the email and want to be added to the list for further updates, please reach out to and someone will help you.  ATTENTION!  Important Read More

Patient Spotlight: Robert Klein

Robert Klein has been working for University Diagnostic Medical Imaging for 16 years as the Practice Administrator and Chief Operating Officer. In 2019 at the age of  60, he underwent a CT Calcium Scoring exam at UDMI that uncovered a Read More

Am I at Risk for Cardiovascular Disease?

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says heart disease is the main cause of death in the United States. As February is American Heart Month, now is a great time to learn more about cardiovascular (heart) disease and Read More

What Happens After a Cervical Cancer Diagnosis?

January is Cervical Health Awareness Month, which serves as a reminder of how vital regular screenings and tests for cervical health are. But what happens if you get a cancer diagnosis? Your doctor (or team of doctors) will be able Read More

Advantages and Benefits of Interventional Radiology

Interventional Radiology (IR) is an exciting and growing medical specialty that enables doctors to perform surgical procedures in order to diagnose, treat and cure a variety of conditions in a minimally invasive way. Most IR treatments are alternatives to procedures Read More

Opioid Alternatives for Pain Management

Millions of Americans are prescribed opioids each year to treat pain associated with surgery, injury, chronic conditions or to help relieve symptoms of illnesses such as cancer. Unfortunately, this category of medications has been increasingly overprescribed, misused, and/or considered the Read More