Radiological Physician Associates, Inc.
RPA’s comprehensive radiologists have been providing accurate and timely radiology reports and interventional procedures throughout West Virginia since 1968.
What Can RPA Offer
RPA provides 24 / 7 / 365 professional radiology services to our clients.
RPA Radiologists are available to referring clinicians 24 hours a day everyday to discuss imaging results and to guide ordering appropriate imaging test for their patients.
RPA assigns a chief radiologist to each hospital as appropriate.
Imaging Reports | Intervention
Radiology reports are provided to referring clinicians in a timely manner. RPA strives to provide accurate medical imaging interpretations that add value to the clinical team.
Study Protocols | IT Support
RPA helps update imaging protocols as needed to guide interfacing with existing PACS and RIS systems. RPA’s system allows the radiologists to view all imaging across multiple sites.
RPA can deliver radiology reports to clients via fax, RIS integration, and through our Enhanced Clinical Portal. RPA radiologists use an industry-leading diagnostic viewer and PACS which provides fast, high performance viewing across all modalities and bandwidths. The Enhanced Clinical Portal provides referring clinicians with centralized and real-time access to patient images and reports on any web-enabled device. RPA radiologists have access to patient’s prior exams across all RPA sites with our Master Patient Index.
Meet RPA, Inc’s Radiologists
Board certified comprehensive radiologists providing the highest level of radiological care to our patients.
The RPA Difference
Report Turnaround Time
The importance of turnaround time cannot be understated. Clinicians caring for patients need radiology reports as soon as possible in order to proceed with treatment or further work-up.
Average STAT Turnaround Time
STAT Studies < 60 Minutes
Average Routine Turnaround Time
Routine Studies < 12 Hours
RPA – West Virginia’s Radiologists
RPA is proud to serve the radiological needs of The Mountain State’s hospitals, clinics, clinicians, and patients.