Look for the ACR Gold Seal of Accreditation.
Among patients and physicians alike, ACR accreditation is recognized as the gold standard in medical imaging. When you see the ACR gold seals displayed, you can be assured that your prescribed imaging study is being performed in a clinical setting that meets the most rigorous standards for imaging quality and safety as defined by the American College of Radiology (ACR), the largest and oldest imaging accrediting body in the United States.

Breast Cancer Awareness

The American Cancer Society, American College of Radiology, and Society of Breast Imaging all recommend that women at average risk for breast cancer receive annual mammograms starting at age 40. Get the Facts.

Know Your Risk!

Has your mother, sister or daughter had breast cancer?
If so, you are at a higher risk for breast cancer. Calculate your lifetime risk of breast cancer by visiting the National Cancer Institute or Harvard School of Public Health. The American Cancer Society recommends annual breast MRI for all women with a 20% or greater lifetime breast cancer risk. Read more.

Learn More About Breast Density

For frequently asked questions, click here.

New Research Shows Low Dose CT
Lung Cancer Screening Saves Lives

Breathe Easier

New research from the National Cancer Institute shows that low-dose lung screening reduces lung cancer deaths by 20% as compared with chest x-ray. Learn more.


3D Mammography Finds More Invasive
Cancers JAMA and AJR Studies Show

Dr. Julianne Greenberg co-authored two 3D mammography studies, including the largest one to date with nearly half a million patients. Learn more.