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Alex Sardina, MD

Chief Medical Officer

As the Chief Medical Officer for Solis Mammography, Dr. Alexander Sardiña leads a team of more than 100 breast-specialized radiologists across the nation, driving accountability and excellence in our clinical and business practices while guiding our growth into new markets and communities. He is actively engaged in research, education and outreach efforts as Solis works to perfect the practice of early breast cancer detection. With his focus on advanced training and strict quality improvement measurements, Solis Mammography continues to deliver the highest levels of accuracy in the industry. With two decades of experience in the healthcare industry and a deep expertise in both mammography and cross-sectional imaging, Dr. Sardiña is advancing Solis’ care model through evidence-based protocols and clinical leadership. He most recently served as Chief Executive Officer and Chief Medical Officer for Covia Health. Prior to that, he was the lead interpreting breast radiologist at Bay Area Regional Women’s Imaging Center near Houston.

Education and Postgraduate Training

Fellowship 2000-2001
Body Imaging and Diagnostic Radiology,
Johns Hopkins University
Baltimore, Maryland

Residency 1996-2000

Diagnostic Radiology, University of Texas Health Science
Center/M.D. Anderson Cancer Center
Houston, Texas

Internship 1995-1996

Internal Medicine, University of Miami
Jackson Memorial Hospital
Miami, Florida

Medical School 1991-1995

Baylor College of Medicine
Houston, Texas
M.D. degree awarded May 1995

Undergraduate 1987-1990

University of Miami,
Coral Gables, Florida
Major: Biology | Minors: Chemistry/Psychology

Professional Societies

  • American Roentgen Ray Society
  • Radiological Society of North America
  • American College of Radiology
  • Texas Radiological Society
  • Houston Radiological Society
  • Texas Medical Association Member
  • Harris County Medical Society Member
  • American Medical Association Member
  • Dallas County Medical Society Member