The American Medical Association (AMA) has joined the list of major medical associations that have adopted policies that contradict the U.S. Preventive Service Task Force (USPSTF) recommendations for screening mammography. AMA updated its screening mammography recommendations at its annual policymaking … Continued
“The results suggest that “commercial insurers should consider lung cancer screening of high-risk individuals to be high-value coverage and provide it as a benefit to people who are at least 50-years-old and have a smoking history of thirty pack-years or … Continued
Santa Fe Imaging is proud to announce that The American College of Radiology has awarded us the Center of Excellence designation. We now have MRI, Breast MRI, Stereotactic Breast Biopsy, CT, Ultrasound, and Mammography all accredited by the ACR. We … Continued
We often get wonderful feedback from our patients, and today, we thought we would take the opportunity to post an email we received commending our awesome Medical Records team. “i am writing with some good news about my interactions with … Continued
Women who get routine mammograms can lower their risk of dying from breast cancer by nearly half, a new Dutch study suggests. “Our study adds further to the evidence that mammography screening unambiguously reduces breast cancer mortality,” said Dr. Suzie … Continued
Next week, we will have some changes to our normal hours, due to the Thanksgiving holiday. Thursday, November 24: CLOSED Friday, November 25: Open Saturday, November 26: MRI CLOSED Thank you, and we wish you and yours a lovely Thanksgiving!
A hearty thank you to all of the women who came in this past Saturday for a breast health screening and/ or mammogram! We heard some great, inspiring stories, and we enjoyed meeting every one of you. A HUGE thanks … Continued
As most people know, October is breast cancer awareness month. In order to reach out to our community, Santa Fe Imaging offers a Breast Cancer Screening event on Saturday, October 22nd, from 9 am-1pm. At this event, women may be … Continued