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Breast Imaging Center

Now Open in East Greenwich

1351 South County Trail, Building One
East Greenwich, RI

State-of-the-art mammography in a relaxed, comfortable setting

RIMI’s Breast Imaging Center is a new state-of-the-art mammography facility that has a warm and welcoming boutique feel and offers convenient breast health care to all Rhode Islanders. No other facility like this currently exists in the state. Fluffy pink robes (no hospital gowns here), cold beverages and a staff of highly skilled physicians, who are specially trained to read breast images, ensure that patients get the most accurate diagnostic results possible because they are reviewed by world class radiologists.

3D mammography, also known as breast tomosynthesis, is be done on site. This procedure creates extremely clear images of the breast tissue which makes it easier to see if there is anything to be concerned about. Breast ultrasound as well as breast biopsy is also done here.

RIMI has the first non-hospital-based Brevera Breast Biopsy System in Rhode Island. This advanced technology means patients experience faster procedures, spend less time under compression and hopefully have a more positive biopsy experience.

WJAR NBC10 & Barbara Morse Silva spoke with RIMI Director of Mammography Dr. Linda Donegan about our new Breast Imaging Center. View the story below:

Click to view the video on the Channel 10 website.

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