MRI of Woodbridge has officially renewed their designation as a Lung Cancer Screening Center by the American College of Radiology (ACR). The ACR Lung Cancer Screening Center designation is a voluntary program that recognizes facilities that have committed to practice Continue reading
According to the American Heart Association, heart disease accounts for 1 in 3 of all the deaths in the US. Although this is a scary statistic, heart disease may be prevented, monitored, and treated. Strategies such as decreasing salt intake, Continue reading
On April 9, 2018, NPR Reporter Alison Kodjak filed a report with NPR’s Morning Edition titled: “Bill Of The Month: A Tale Of 2 CT Scanners — One Richer, One Poorer“. In this report, Kodjak chronicles the experiences had by Continue reading
MRI of Woodbridge is always focused on providing our patients with the highest quality experience possible, and that extends to our outer appearance as well. Next time you visit our Avenel office, you may notice a few changes to the Continue reading
Making an appointment has never been easier! Simply log-in to our patient portal to request an appointment online: Click Here to Log-In Our Portal Is For More Than Just Appointments In addition to the convenience of being able to make Continue reading
Our mission is to help you fight breast cancer. We are pleased to announce the addition of our new 3D Mammography services. This latest innovative technology for breast cancer screening improves the detection rate for finding breast cancer. More accuracy Continue reading
ACR Accreditation is the GOLD STANDARD. Accreditation from the American College of Radiology is one of the highest achievements a Radiology practice can receive. It means that we are constantly reviewed, analyzed, and held to the highest standard of care. Continue reading
The office will be closed on Monday for the holiday. A Happy July 4th to our friends, patients and community!
Cancer in Men June is men’s health month. We want to take the time to educate you on important facts regarding your health, or the health of the men in your life.
Conventional mammograms create a two dimensional image of the three dimensional breast. Overlapping layers of tissue can sometimes hide fine details and create unclear results, false alarms, or worse – undetected cancer.