Athas Radiology, PC 303 Fifth Avenue #209, New York, NY 10016 1-877-RAD-READ Office: 212-532-4590 Fax: 917-595-5325
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Not all radiology practices are identical. We know what really matters to you, and it can be summed up in one word – trust.

Athas Radiology is a teleradiology company that offers comprehensive, subspecialty radiology services that physicians can trust to support their clinical decision making. We share your commitment to superior health care, and provide diagnostic excellence to help elevate the quality of patient care.

With solutions unique to the growing needs of diagnostic imaging centers and radiology practices, Athas Radiology is here when you need us. Our breadth of subspecialty expertise, operations technology, and business acumen will exceed what you’ve come to expect from radiology service providers.

Whether you are looking to drive referring physician satisfaction, improve staff efficiency, or be able to say ‘yes’ when new business opportunities arise, it’s all possible with Athas Radiology solutions.

Who We Serve

Athas Radiology takes a holistic approach with our service philosophy.

We leverage technology to not only serve imaging facilities & radiology practices, but their referring physicians and patients alike. In today’s highly competitive environment, radiology service providers are increasingly challenged to systematically improve quality and reduce costs.

Athas Radiology remains committed to helping our clients thrive as the healthcare system undergoes this unprecedented change.

Virtual Partnership

Athas Radiology moves beyond what standard teleradiology provides, to serve as a trusted virtual partner for our clients.

We act as an extension of our client’s workforce in support of their patient care and business objectives.

Every client is unique. Athas Radiology works with your team to analyze the specific needs of your business. We will then deploy the right blend of resources and technology your organization requires to satisfy the main drivers behind medical imaging today: