JRMC Welcomes New Radiologists

 

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(JRMC) – Jamestown Regional Medical Center (JRMC) is pleased to welcome two new radiologists to their team, Dr. Madhusudhan Reddy and Dr. Gary Wade.

“It is an honor to welcome Dr. Reddy and Dr. Wade to JRMC,” stated Todd Hudspeth, CEO of JRMC, “having full-time radiologists on staff allows for more consistent care, quicker turn-around for images and the ability to develop a relationship with patients.”

Mudhusudhan Reddy received his medical degree from Kurnool Medical College in India. Dr. Reddy comes to us with experience of being a Radiologist with Radia Radiology Group, Washington, and Mercy Medical Center, Williston, ND. Dr. Reddy enjoys practicing all facets of radiology and helping patients with pain management.

Gary Wade

Gary Wade received his medical degree from Loma Linda University, California in 1979. Dr. Wade has been a Chief of Radiology at USAF Hospital Beale, Beale AFB, CA and a Medical Director of Imaging at Fairchild Medical Center, Yreka, CA. Dr. Wade enjoys the opportunity to work one on one with patients.

Together Dr. Reddy and Dr. Wade will provide coverage at JRMC 24/7, along with a full-range of services that will all be done in-house. Having a radiologist at JRMC provides a quick turnaround time for reports to be developed and treatment to be delivered. The radiologist works with the ordering physicians to determine plan of care and provide test results. He can also discuss procedures with patients and answer any questions they may have, helping to reduce anxiety.

About JRMC Radiology

Madhusudhan Reddy


JRMC Radiology is all digital; images are produced, displayed, interpreted and archived using PACS (Picture Archiving and Communication System). This allows images to be viewed on monitors anywhere in the building or outside the building with proper security. Services in the radiology department include bone densitometry (DEXA), CT Scanning, fluoroscopy, mammography, MRI, nuclear medicine, radiography, segmental pressures, ultrasound and x-ray equipment.

 


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