Experienced, expertly trained, and passionate, the RRIA neuroradiology team is helping to lead medical advancements in neurosciences throughout Ohio.

Riverside Radiology and Interventional Associates' (RRIA) neuroradiologists utilize the most advanced technologies including CT and MRI to deliver exceptional interpretations and exam consultation when time is of the essence. In addition to supporting Ohio’s most comprehensive stroke center, RRIA’s subspecialized neuroradiologists support three Centers of Excellence, including a Brain Tumor Center of Excellence, Neurovascular Center of Excellence, and Spine Center of Excellence. They’re able to deliver this level of service to all RRIA healthcare partners by utilizing RadAssist, a proprietary software program that enables them to effectively interpret and report findings on patients, regardless of where the exam image was generated. In addition, RadAssist brings together any previous studies for comparison, providing the neuroradiologist with information necessary for the most definitive diagnosis possible. The RRIA neuroradiology team also works closely with the group’s neurointerventional surgery team to deliver a highly effective team approach to the area of neuroscience—patient care that is difficult to find anywhere else in Ohio.

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