The health of our patients and team members is our top priority. We have temporarily suspended elective screening procedures.
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Why Choose Washington Radiology
'Exceptional Experience. Exceptionally Accurate Results.'
Over a 70-year history of providing the highest quality imaging care for patients throughout the DC metropolitan area, Washington Radiology has built a reputation for leadership in service excellence and exceptionally accurate reporting. As we continue to grow, we remain committed to providing patients with the peace of mind that comes from knowing your imaging care is in the trusted hands of knowledgeable and caring physicians and staff at Washington Radiology.
Discover the Difference for Yourself.
We realize medical care can sometimes feel stressful and that’s why our goal is to make your visit easy and efficient, provided by a genuinely caring and compassionate health care team. From our entire staff, to our facilities, and the screening and diagnostic care we provide, our promise is to create a warm and welcoming environment that provides a sense of comfort and ease for those we serve. That’s the Washington Radiology peace of mind promise.
Our Radiologists are board-certified with subspecialty training in areas such as women's imaging, neuroradiology and musculoskeletal imaging to ensure our studies and reports are of the highest quality.
Our goal with each and every patient is to minimize anxiety and stress. We promise to provide exceptional care in a comfortable and compassionate environment.
We offer expertise in the full range of screening and diagnostic imaging services and interventional procedures at 7 convenient locations throughout the DC metropolitan area.
7 Convenient LocationsNo matter which of our seven centers you choose, you’ll experience a warm and welcoming staff and exceptionally accurate results.
Frequently Asked QuestionsLearn what to expect during your visit and how to prepare for your appointment.
Regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19)
COVID-19 Update We have temporarily suspended non-urgent elective screening services until April 6. To ensure a safe environment, we are temporarily suspending non-urgent screenings in all locations starting March 20. This complies with the recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the Department of Health and Human Services, the American College of Radiology, and the Centers for...
Washington Radiology Celebrates Team Week
Washington Radiology teams celebrated Team Week, a week-long celebration to recognize team members for individual efforts that make our company a great place to work and a great place for our patients to visit. Every day at Washington Radiology, diverse teams across the country come together to fulfill a shared mission of providing unparalleled mammography services. During each day of Team W...
Teaming Up To Fight the Good Fight Against Cancer
Manicures, Mammograms & Colonoscopies Who knew preventing cancer could be as much fun as girls' day out? Get a mammogram at Washington Radiology followed by a colonoscopy at The Endoscopy Center of Washington DC. Call your mom, sister, daughter, aunt, niece, cousin, or best friend for a special women's cancer-fighting event. Enjoy snacks, beverages, goody bags and manicures plus the care o...
Four Health Screenings Every Man Over 40 Should Know About [Infographic]
Four Health Screenings Every Man Over 40 Should Know About Peace of mind comes from actively pursuing your healthiest self. Prioritize your essential health screenings and be an advocate for the men you care about because early detection is key to early intervention and better health. Virtual Colonoscopy CT Begin conventional colorectal screening at 45 and every 10 years fol...
Early Detection by the Numbers: Infographic
Five Health Screenings Every Woman Over 40 Should Know About Peace of mind comes from actively pursuing your healthiest self. During Women's Health Month, prioritize your essential health screenings and be an advocate for the women you care about. Schedule a Screening Mammogram 3D + SmartCurve Screening Mammogram Begin at age 40 and then annually every year after. We've integrated the acc...
Simple Screening Can Detect Heart Disease
FAIRFAX, Va. (Feb. 16, 2018) – The three leading indicators for heart disease are high blood pressure, high cholesterol and smoking. However, 53 percent of Americans don’t qualify as being “at risk” according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). While no one is immune from heart disease, there are ways to reduce risk, and just as important, ways to dete...
Letter to the Editor Best Offense Against Breast Cancer is Good Defense
Best Offense Against Breast Cancer is Good Defense As we know, October is high season for football and for breast health awareness. At Washington Radiology, we steadfastly believe that getting your annual mammogram is the best action a woman can take to ensure early detection and protect her quality of life. To use a football analogy, mammography screening demonstrates that the best ...
Washington Radiology Provides 3-D Mammography and Early Detection Facts
FAIRFAX, VA (October 18, 2017) – October has become synonymous with pumpkins, trick-or-treating, football and a sea of pink for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Companies pink wash everything from grocery store food labels to the NFL football field. Washington Radiology applauds the many organizations that have aided in breast cancer research, advocacy and education. Since 1982, the pink ribb...
Washington Radiology Opens New Screening Mammography Center in Northern Virginia
Washington Radiology has expanded its ability to serve the greater metropolitan DC region with the opening of a new screening mammography center on September 1. Located in the vibrant, rapidly-growing area of Arlington/Ballston in northern Virginia, this is the seventh location for Washington Radiology, which magnifies its DC area presence as a leading provider of 3D mammography and compreh...
ACOG Statement on Revised American Cancer Society Recommendations on Breast Cancer Screening
Washington, DC – The following is a statement from the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) in response to today's release of the American Cancer Society’s (ACS) new recommendations on breast cancer screening published in JAMA: “ACOG maintains its current advice that women starting at age 40 continue mammography screening every year and recommends a ...