A: A radiologist is a Doctor of Medicine or Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine who has completed college, medical school, and a residency program in radiology and is specifically trained to interpret medical images. The radiologist provides a written report to the patient’s referring physician. This helps the patient’s doctor determine a diagnosis and appropriate treatment plan.
All of our radiologists at HPRA are board-certified by the American Board of Radiology. Many have completed additional subspecialty training by participating in a Fellowship program beyond their residency and/or have obtained a Certificate of Added Qualification in their respective subspecialty.

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