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Advanced Imaging Services, Advanced Imaging Care

Radiology Specialists of Florida is a specialized group of radiologists comprised of more than 100 physicians and nearly ten different subspecialties within the practice of radiology. Our team is committed to provide not only the most advance imaging services, but also the highest quality customer service to both patients and their caregivers, as well as referring physicians.

What exactly is a Radiologist?

Behind every great physician is a great radiologist. A trusted partner in both diagnostics and treatment, who studies x-rays, analyzes MRIs, pores over CT scans — then works closely with your doctor to come up with the optimal treatment plan.

Radiologists are doctors who are trained in diagnosing and/or treating diseases and injuries using medical imaging procedures like x-rays, ultrasound, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), computed tomography (CT), and more.

But not all radiologists are created equal, and you owe it to yourself to take a closer look. Board-certified, subspecialized radiologists are highly trained in specific areas of the body.

What can a Radiologist do?

Subspecialized radiologists have completed a fellowship of one or two additional years of residency to pursue specific areas of focus that allow them to concentrate on single body parts/diseases through clinical work and research.

Having your medical imaging procedures performed by a subspecialized radiology group means that your images will be interpreted by a radiologist who is trained specifically in the type of exam interpretation or procedure required to meet your particular needs. Subspecialized radiology also results in less waiting time, shortened visits, and decreased patient costs through reducing the need for additional medical imaging examinations. A subspecialized report leaves your referring physician at ease with the quality and accuracy of the results, confident about moving forward with your treatment without the need for additional imaging and time.