Riverside, CA (MarketWire) September 15, 2010 – ONRAD, Inc., a leading radiology services provider, announces support for the National Rural Health Association (NRHA) by exhibiting at the Critical Access Hospital and Rural Health Clinic Conference in Kansas City, MO.
Visit ONRAD at booth #221 to learn about the company’s complete teleradiology solution for critical access facilities, which can include standard teleradiology services, subspecialty teleradiology interpretations, professional radiology staffing, and technology consulting.
As a national radiology services provider, ONRAD’s team understands the challenges associated with staffing radiologists in rural locations. “ONRAD’s technologyallows the radiology group to provide services to any location,” said Dr. Alix Vincent, Vice President of Medical Affairs at ONRAD. “We are even able to offer subspecialty teleradiology interpretatations for the most difficult to staff areas including MSK and mammography.”
“It is important that all patients have access to quality radiology services, regardless of where they are located, and ONRAD will continue to offer turnkey solutions to critical access hospitals at the most competitive prices,” said Dr. Vincent of the company’s commitment to working with rural facilities across the U.S.
ONRAD is a full service physician-owned radiology provider offering customized radiology services including teleradiology solutions, professional radiology staffing, subspecialty teleradiology interpretations, and technology consulting. As a partner, ONRAD helps its customers be more competitive in their local markets by complementing and expanding the radiology services already in place, or providing a more comprehensive solution.
The National Rural Health Association (NRHA) is a national nonprofit membership organization with more than 20,000 members. The association’s mission is to provide leadership on rural health issues. NRHA membership consists of a diverse collection of individuals and organizations, all of whom share the common bond of an interest in rural health.