Hospitals rely on vRad’s fellowship-trained neuroradiologists, not only to meet their stroke program requirements, but also to deliver the subspecialist-level of quality that is essential in healthcare today.
vRad’s neuroradiologists specialize in the diagnoses and treatment of disorders of the brain, sinuses, spine, spinal cord, neck, and the central nervous system, including:
- Aging and degenerative diseases
- Seizure disorders
- Cerebrovascular diseases
Imaging commonly used in neuroradiology includes angiography, myelography and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).
vRad’s patented platform routes neuro-related cases to our neuroradiologists who are capable of reading exams of the brain and spine faster and more accurately than radiologists who may cover the whole body. This is an important distinction as some radiology groups only route cases to the next available radiologist.
Our ability to provide quality neuroradiology interpretations enables our clients to meet daytime overflow needs, appropriately staff nights and weekends, and add this highly desired subspecialty to their service offerings — allowing them to better serve their patients and grow their businesses.
At vRad, we pride ourselves on providing a deep bench of subspecialists with extensive experience to help local radiologists deliver neuroradiology coverage around-the-clock.
Our Neuroradiologists are trained in the top medical schools and radiology programs:
- University of Pennsylvania
- Harvard, Massachusetts General Hospital
- Johns Hopkins Medicine
- New York University Medical Center
- University of California San Francisco
- Yale–New Haven Hospital
- Duke Medical Center
- UCLA Medical Center
- Baylor College of Medicine
- And many more…
vRad’s Neuro Imaging team is lead by vRad Clinical Chief Joshua Morais, MD.
Let our U.S.-trained physicians help you make better decisions for the health of your patients and practice.
Contact us to find out how vRad’s subspecialty solutions can help support your existing clinical resources—and help you expand into new patient offerings, like neuro subspecialty radiology services.