Rhode Island Medical Imaging

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Center of Excellence

Rhode Island’s First and Only Diagnostic Imaging Center of Excellence

The American College of Radiology (ACR) has named Rhode Island Medical Imaging (RIMI) one of the first outpatient diagnostic imaging Centers of Excellence (COE) in the country and the first in Rhode Island.  The rigorous COE process takes accreditation to a much higher level and offers recipients the unique ability to set the benchmark for superior quality in diagnostic imaging.  As a COE facility, you can be sure that RIMI:

  • Provides patients with the utmost confidence that they will receive the highest levels of imaging quality, safety, and care
  • Offers excellence at multiple levels — the professional staff, technology, policies, and procedures
  • Has exceeded the standard requirements of radiology accreditation
  • Has an ongoing process for self-assessment (and improvement) including participation in the ACR Dose Index Registry® and General Radiology Improvement Database

Moreover, this award formally recognizes RIMI’s ongoing commitment to providing the highest quality of medical imaging in Rhode Island.  RIMI’s world class radiologists combined with state-of-the-art imaging technology offers the people of Rhode Island the ultimate outpatient experience in diagnostic imaging – unrivaled by any other imaging center in the state.

World class medical imaging…… focusing on quality.

RIMI American College of Radiology Accreditations

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Latest News & Updates
SNMMI Announces Ones to Watch 2020 & selections include RIMI’s Dr. Dibble
Posted: 03.11.20

SNMMI (Society of Nuclear Medicine & Molecular Imaging) announces annual list of 30 early career professionals selected as “Ones to Watch” in 2020 including RIMI rad Dr. Liz Dibble.

JAMA: Comparison of Abbreviated Breast MRI vs Digital Breast Tomosynthesis
Posted: 02.26.20

RIMI rad Dr. Robert C. Ward has co-authored a trial published in The Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA). This study compares the screening performance of abbreviated breast magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and digital breast tomosynthesis (DBT) in women with dense breasts.