Extended through March!! February is National Heart Month! Take the time this month to take care of your heart! RAI is offering Calcium Scoring for just $49 (Discounted price for studies completed between 2/9/15 and 3/31/15. Regularly $99).
Ask your doctor about Calcium Scoring. A non-invasive CT scan that can evaluate your risk of heart disease. Click here to learn more about this study.
Calcium Scoring is available in our Lawrenceville office (3120 Princeton Pike).
Schedule your appointment online or call 609-585-8800.
Visit the American Heart Association to learn more about heart disease and National Heart Month.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has signed a law requiring mammography providers to inform all women of their breast density level.
This bill is designed to improve breast cancer detection and prevention by educating the patient about dense breast tissue. New Jersey is the 14th state to pass a breast density notification law.
Read the complete law here.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) regarding breast density.
All RAI patients now have access to HealthVault. HealthVault is a trusted place to store, view and share your health information. After your imaging study you will receive an email prompting you to create or update your account. The report from your imaging study will be available three (3) days after your appointment. If you have any questions or issues regarding HealthVault please email our IT department at IT@4rai.com.
Full HealthVault instructions link
Thank you to everyone that attended Turning the Park Pink on June 6th! A special thank you to the RAI Survivors Club, Windsor Radiology, Trenton Thunder, Pink Ribbon Softball and the Breast Cancer Resource Center!
It was a wonderful night for baseball and honoring our Survivors and Mammography Technologists made it extra special!
In celebration of you and your journey, we invite you to share your story. To encourage women who are just beginning their journey, as well as those women proactively getting their annual mammogram. If you are a breast cancer survivor, help us put a face on breast cancer and share your story with us. Throughout the year, we’d love to honor you through sharing your story at community events, on our social media pages and in our offices.
If you would prefer to just be a member and not share your story, we would love to have you! Members will receive information regarding upcoming events and special V.I.P invites!
RAI offers uninsured rates for those who do not currently have insurance. If you would like more information regarding this program please call our office (609)585-8800 and a Care Coordinator will be happy to assist you.
RAI offers convenient MRI appointments 7 days a week.
Monday - Thursday: 7am - 9pm
Ultrasound guided breast biopsy and cyst aspiration is now available at our Lawrenceville office. Patients with concerning cystic or solid breast masses that can be visualized on ultrasound no longer need to leave Lawrenceville for their work up. The biopsy can usually be performed within a week. Our experienced radiologists, Dr. Eric Bosworth and Dr. Lynne Taus, will be providing this important service. In conjunction with our "Results while you wait" program RAI is continually striving to meet the radiology needs of our patients and referring physicians in the most convenient way possible.Tuesday, 2/17/15 – Our Hamilton and Lawrenceville offices will be opening at 10am due to inclement weather. Patients with early morning appointments will be contacted to reschedule. For more information or to speak with a Care Coordinator please call 609-585-8800, prompt 5.
RAI has had a busy Fall! We have loved seeing everyone in the community and sharing everything RAI has to offer!
A special thank you to Nottingham High School, Ewing High School, Ben Franklin Elementary School, Quakerbridge Mall and so many others for helping us spread the pink!
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RAI is proud to be teaming up with the Trenton Thunder to host “Turning the Park PINK!” in support of breast cancer awareness. The game will be held on Friday, June 6th at Arm & Hammer Stadium in Trenton, NJ.
All Thunder players will be wearing pink jerseys especially made for this game only and at the end of the night they will be auctioned off. All proceeds from the auction will be going to the YWCA Breast Cancer Research Center located in Princeton, NJ. To learn more about this wonderful organization and all the amazing things they have to offer our community please visit http://www.ywcaprinceton.org/About_BCRC.cfm.
“Turning the Park Pink!” will be the first official event for the new RAI Survivor’s Club! Club members will be joining RAI at the game and be recognized on the field at the beginning of the game. If you would like to attend the game as an RAI Survivor please register online at www.4rai.com/women and click the Survivor’s Club link. All members that join by May 25th will receive 2 tickets to “Turning the Park Pink!”.
In addition to our Survivors, we will be honoring our very own Mammography Techs! Our Mammography Techs will be getting a special salute for their important work in the war against breast cancer! Each day they help RAI deliver the message that Mammo is your Best Ammo and early detection is key!
Gates at the stadium open at 6:00 pm. The first 1,500 fans aged 18 and over will receive a pink and navy Trenton Thunder hat that features the RAI logo! The game will start at 7:05 pm.
Look for RAI’s information table near the main gate! We will have lots of information and pink giveaways!
For more information or questions please email us.
RAI is proud to sponsor the Special Olympics of New Jersey in the 2014 Olympic Games! This year’s games are being held in New Jersey with ceremonies and events all being held in and around our community!
Opening ceremonies will be held on June 15th at the Prudential Center in Newark, NJ and closing ceremonies will be held on June 20th at the Sun National Bank Center in Trenton, NJ. Events will be held at various venues throughout the area including Arm & Hammer Stadium and The College of New Jersey. For more information visit www.sonj.org.
Radiology Affiliates Imaging is proud to be named the Official Radiologist of the 2014 Special Olympics. Our Hamilton, Lawrenceville and Windsor offices will be available to athletes throughout the week.
The 2014 Special Olympics USA Games will introduce the nation to more than 3,500 inspirational athletes. The 2014 Games is the largest national games ever in the United States and will include 16 sports competitions at 10 locations throughout New Jersey. Local event locations include Rider University, Princeton University, TCNJ and Mercer County Park.
For information and daily updates visit www.2014specialolympics.org
Due to the winter storm RAI and The Vein Center at Lawrenceville will be closing at 3pm on Tuesday, 1/21/14. We will be opening at 10am on Wednesday, 1/22/14. Please check our website and Facebook page for updates.
ABC News is reporting that the longest-running study of breast cancer screening PROVES that regular mammograms save lives - and more lives than previously thought.They prevent cancer deaths, and the number of lives saved increases over time.
The researchers found that seven years of mammograms made for 30 percent fewer breast cancer deaths years down the road, when compared with women who didn't receive mammograms.
That translates to 15 to 20 thousand lives a year.
Past studies only looked 7 to 10 years down the road, so the benefit didn't seem as large.
And that's what the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force used when it recommended in 2009 that routine mammograms not start till age 50, and that they end at 75. It cited the large number of mammograms needed to save a life, and a higher risk of false positives that might lead to unneeded biopsies and other tests.
The new study of 130,000 Swedish women says that it only takes 414 to 519 screenings to save on life.
Some cancer experts say the benefits are probably even bigger now, because mammogram technology has improved so much since the study started.
The study in Sweden didn't specifically address the controversy over screenings for women between 40 and 49 years of age, because it didn't break down the risk according to age.
Despite the federal recommendations, the American Cancer Society continued calling for mammograms to start at 40.
For more information visit www.abclocal.go.com
RAI accepts most insurance plans. Click here for a complete list of insurances accepted.
If you do not see your insurance listed, please call (609) 585-8800, ext 235 to speak with an insurance verification specialist.