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    The Sutter Imaging Teleradiology Difference
    Sutter Imaging

    Our excellence in customer service is about more than providing exceptional interpretations. It’s about building trusted relationships and helping you get the most out of our proven technology systems. our physicians have provided nighttime radiology services since 1997 . Our average turnaround times are consistently well under 30 minutes.

    With Sutter Imaging Teleradiology, your team receives the customized attention of dedicated faculty who blend seamlessly with your current infrastructure as well as the full advantage of a multidisciplinary radiology group.  Our clients receive what we call the “collaborative quotient.” We guarantee your exam will be read by any one of our fellowship-trained Sutter Imaging Teleradiology radiologists 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year; should the image warrant a “consult” by our on-call neuroradiologist or interventionalist, or musculoskeletal specialist, our Sutter Imaging Teleradiology team will connect with the appropriate subspecialist before the preliminary report is delivered. On all critical findings you can be assured that the Sutter Imaging Teleradiology physician will immediately make a personal call.

    Our radiologists are dedicated to providing you with cost-savings alternatives and long-term stability.
    Our radiologists, all of whom are board-certified with fellowship training, have extensive sub-specialization interpretation experience.  Many of our radiologists are CAQ’d.

    • Our radiologists comply with the highest standard of care, earning four consecutive AAAHC accreditation certificates over the past 10 years.
    • Our operations and IT support resources are available 24 hours a day, holidays included.
    • Our radiologists go beyond the ACR Radpeer™ program and work with you to provide the QA/QI metrics your team demands.
    • Our radiologists provide THE definitive solution for your virtual imaging needs.

    Providing nighttime diagnostic radiology interpretations since 1997.