Desert Radiology, a premier diagnostic imaging company that has served Southern Nevada for over 50 years, has been designated once again as a Diagnostic Imaging Center of Excellence™ (DICOE) by the American College of Radiology (ACR). 

The DICOE program, which represents the pinnacle of medical imaging care, is an achievement that goes beyond accreditation to recognize best-quality imaging practices and diagnostic care. This includes a comprehensive assessment of the entire medical imaging enterprise, including structure and outcomes. The DICOE designation recognizes excellence at multiple levels — including the professional staff, the technology and the policies and procedures the organization follows — and superior patient care.

In order to receive this elite distinction, facilities must be accredited by the ACR in all modalities they provide, and in which the ACR offers an accreditation program. Another requirement is to participate in the Dose Index Registry® and General Radiology Improvement Database, as well as Image Wisely® and Image Gently®. 

The ACR, founded in 1924, is one of the largest and most influential medical associations in the United States. The ACR devotes its resources to making imaging and radiation therapy safe, effective and accessible to those who need it. Its 36,000 members include radiologists, radiation oncologists, medical physicists, interventional radiologists and nuclear medicine physicians.

Desert Radiology, a premier diagnostic imaging company headquartered in the Las Vegas Medical District, has announced it will partner with the Vegas Golden Knights as a community partner to provide imaging services for the team during the 2017-2018 season.

Mammography Supervisor and breast cancer survivor Patty Crowell sat down with KTNV Channel 13 Action News to discuss the role that early detection plays in successful breast cancer treatment.

Radiology Business Journal recently unveiled its 10th annual Radiology 100 rankings. With 63 radiologists at eight imaging centers serving 16 hospitals*, Desert Radiology ranks 33rd on this year's list! We are extremely proud to once again be recognized as one of the nation's largest private radiology practices.

Desert Radiology, Nevada’s largest and most trusted medical imaging company is pleased to welcome Dr. Jonathan H. Harrison to the interventional radiology team.

Winners from the Desert Radiology Team Include:

Dr. Rajneesh Agrawal

Dr. Paul Brandt

Dr. Dianne Mazzu

Since 1966, Desert Radiology has been headquartered in the heart of what is the Las Vegas Medical District. In fact, Desert Radiology has not just called Las Vegas home for half a century, the practice has also dedicated itself to helping the local community thrive.

Employees of local medical practice group Desert Radiology recently donated nearly 31,000 diapers to the Las Vegas Diaper Bank at the City Impact Center, as part of the nonprofit organization's Operation Dry Bottoms.

LAS VEGAS, NV – MARCH 2017, Desert Radiology CEO, Richard Bodager recently joined a group of healthcare leaders to discuss issues involving access to care, physician shortages and coordination between providers in the Silver State, as well as new opportunities on the horizon.

Desert Radiology is proud to acknowledge the work of eight of its radiologists for being chosen best in the field of Diagnostic & Interventional Radiology, in the annual Vegas Seven “Top Doctors” list. This recognition is bestowed upon physicians who demonstrate exceptional skill, extensive training and an uncompromising commitment to patient care.

LAS VEGAS, NV – JANUARY 2016, Desert Radiology is again named among the “Top 100 Largest Radiology Practices” by Radiology Business Journal.

Radiologists are a bit like the Rodney Dangerfields of medicine — they just can’t get any respect from the public.

LAS VEGAS, NV – JANUARY 2015, Desert Radiology has been named among the 2014 “Top 100 Largest Radiology Practices” by Radiology Business Journal.

Desert Radiology is among the largest physician group practices and largest employers in Southern Nevada, according to information compiled in 2014 by the Las Vegas Business Press and recently published in its annual Book of Lists.

Miranda Wenske came to Las Vegas last summer to celebrate her birthday and wedding anniversary, not to try to kill herself. But try she did, just as she’d unwittingly done for years. She would have succeeded if it hadn’t been for Dr. Raj Agrawal, who knew how to use a vacuum cleaner. When a patient was admitted to Spring Valley Hospital, Agrawal realized, to mobilize the special procedures team and use what amounts to a tiny Penumbra Inc. vacuum the Valley Health System made available to him about two years ago.

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