RIA Provides X-ray Services for Washington Nationals
Posted on: 08/06/2010
Radiology Imaging Associates To Provide X-ray Services for the Washington Nationals
Local Radiology Provider to Assist at All Home Games
August 6th, 2010, Clinton, Maryland - Radiology Imaging Associates, with five diagnostic outpatient imaging centers in southern Maryland and northern Virginia is pleased to announce an agreement with the Washington Nationals Baseball Club to provide imaging services.
“We are extremely proud to be affiliated with the Washington Nationals Baseball Club,” stated Joseph Finizio, M.D., Medical Director and CEO of RIA. “This has proven to be a very exciting year for the Nationals, and we are honored to be part of the support network for this outstanding organization. “
RIA has been a community provider of radiology services in southern Maryland for over 33 years and in northern Virginia since 1986. RIA’s team of doctors includes 14 specialty trained radiologists, many with sub-specialty training. In addition, RIA employs over 80 licensed and certified radiology technicians, with expertise in all modalities, from MRI and X-ray, to PET/CT, Women’s Imaging, and Nuclear Medicine.
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About Radiology Imaging Associates
Radiology Imaging Associates has five full-service diagnostic imaging centers in Maryland and Virginia, and offers patients the latest in diagnostic imaging technology. Led by CEO and Medical Director Joseph P. Finizio, M.D. and providing comprehensive radiology services to patients in the area for over 33 years, RIA has built a reputation as a technology leader and a reliable resource for state of the art diagnostic imaging. RIA’s 14 board-certified radiologists, all based in the Washington Metro area have considerable expertise in their chosen field, and many have additional subspecialty training. RIA’s locations include RIA at Sterling, and RIA at Lansdowne in Virginia, and in Maryland, RIA at Heritage & the Breast Center in Clinton, RIA at Pembrooke in Waldorf, and RIA at Patuxent in Prince Frederick.