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Medical Imaging of Fredericksburg Brings Diagnostic Axumin® PET Scans to the Region

Fredericksburg, VA, February 18th, 2019 – Medical Imaging of Fredericksburg (MIF) is now offering the latest technology in the early detection and localization of recurrent prostate cancer with the Axumin PET/CT Scan.

Prostate-specific antigen (PSA) tests remain the most common method for measuring prostate cancer recurrences; however, the standard follow-up body and bone scans are unable to detect the exact location until PSA counts reach excessively high levels.

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“We are greater than Cancer” – Medical Imaging of Fredericksburg Campaign Offered Support for Local Patients Undergoing Breast Cancer Treatment

Fredericksburg, VA, December 4th, 2018 – Mary Washington and Medical Imaging of Fredericksburg staff partnered together to offer encouragement and support for patients undergoing chemotherapy treatment for breast cancer. During the months of October and November the “We > Cancer” campaign demonstrated the power of uniting as a community in the fight against breast cancer.

Medical Imaging of Fredericksburg Celebrates 20 Years of Early Detection at Imaging Center for Women

Fredericksburg, VA,  July 16th, 2018 – The Imaging Center for Women, a provider of Medical Imaging of Fredericksburg (MIF), has been serving the Fredericksburg region since 1998. MIF has expanded their women’s imaging services into Stafford and Spotsylvania in order to make services available to more women.

The Imaging Center for Women (ICW) provides both traditional and 3D mammograms to women.

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Medical Imaging of Fredericksburg Receives Center of Excellence Designation

Hear from CEO, Ed Swager

The First and Only in Virginia

Medical Imaging of Fredericksburg (MIF), LLC and all five of its facilities, have just been designated as a Diagnostic Imaging Center of Excellence (DICOE) by the American College of Radiology (ACR). This designation represents the pinnacle of medical imaging services and accredits only those facilities that can demonstrate the highest levels of quality in both imaging practices and diagnostic care.

woman receiving a 3D mammogram in North Stafford

Imaging Center for Women Expands 3D Mammography Services to Reach More Women in the Community

FREDERICKSBURG, VA – February 16, 2018 –  Medical Imaging of Fredericksburg (MIF) is proud to announce the installation of expanded 3D mammography services at the Imaging Center for Women in Fredericksburg, Virginia. This is the latest development in Medical Imaging of Fredericksburg’s initiative to reach more women in the community with life-saving technology – the 3D mammogram.
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Anthem’s Changes Will Not Affect Medical Imaging in Our Community

Hear from CEO, Ed Swager

If you are a patient with Anthem medical insurance, you may have heard about changes to some of the requirements for medical imaging that will occur in 2018.  Anthem’s new rules will require that high end outpatient imaging, like MRIs and CTs, for their fully insured patients be provided in a non-hospital setting that does not bill as a hospital.   

National Award to Medical Imaging of Fredericksburg as Guardian of Excellence

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

FREDERICKSBURG, VA—DECEMBER 8, 2017—Press Ganey, a leader in performance improvement and partner to over 33,000 healthcare organizations worldwide, has awarded two Medical Imaging of Fredericksburg (MIF) locations with the 2017 Guardian of Excellence Award for Outstanding Patient Experience. The award winners were recognized at the November Press Ganey National Client Conference.

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Good News! Lung Scan is Elective!

Exciting news: you no longer need a doctor’s prescription for a Lung Scan. This scan can be an easy, painless, and noninvasive way to potentially save your life if you are at a high risk for lung cancer. In fact, according to the National Cancer Institute, “People aged 55 to 74 years with a history of heavy smoking are 20 percent less likely to die from lung cancer if they are screened with a low dose lung scan.”

What is Lung Scan?

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