Our fellowship trained radiologists are leaders in their respective fields, which include: Neuroradiology, PET/Nuclear Medicine, Pediatric Radiology, Women’s Imaging, MSK, Body Imaging and Interventional Radiology. The provision of sub-specialty coverage is vital to our goal of providing the utmost patient care. To that end, every study that we receive is specifically routed to the appropriate radiologist according to study type. So, every neuro exam is sent to and read by a Neuroradiologist, every pediatric exam is sent to and read by a Pediatric Radiologist, and so on. This is true sub-specialty coverage. All large and small radiology groups advertise sub-specialty care due to the high prevalence of fellowship training among radiologists. We take this to another level with many shifts dedicated to a radiologist’s sub-specialty so they can focus on their area of expertise. This is a similar model to an academic practice. For example, our neuroradiologists, pediatric radiologists, interventional radiologists, nuclear medicine radiologists and dedicated mammographers have shifts that read 90-100% within their subspecialty, whereas in other practices, radiologists typically read 20-30% of their daily volume within their sub-specialty, even with exams being routed to them. Would you want your neurologist spending 70% of their time doing family practice?
As a founding member of Strategic Radiology (www.strategicradioloy.org), DRC is in a unique position to tap into the knowledge, expertise and resources of over 1000 of the top radiologists across the country. This network allows us to pick up the phone and consult with some of the best minds in every sub-specialty. From sharing best practices to peer review on a national scale, patient care is truly at the center of what we do.