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Clermont Radiology

Clermont Radiology began as a family owned business and continues to operate as a caring team of healthcare professionals dedicated to providing the highest quality diagnostic imaging services to the community. All our Radiologists are Board Certified and Subspecialty/Fellowship trained. They provide fast turnaround of exam results and are available for individual consultations with you or your referring healthcare professional.

Mission

The mission of Clermont Radiology is to provide exceptional care to patients in the community using technologically advanced diagnostic imaging. We care for all patients with integrity and compassion combining our well-trained staff and diagnostic services, including MRI, CT, Ultrasound, X-ray and Women’s imaging. We offer Digital Mammography, Ultrasound, and DEXA in the comfort of our private Women’s Center. Our fellowship trained radiologists communicate directly with referring physicians and patients to provide quality diagnoses with a personal touch.

Vision

Patient focused imaging services utilizing state of the art technologies and specialty trained radiologists. Superior customer service and efficiencies resulting in optimal patient care and outcomes.

Values

Our core values at Clermont Radiology are as follows:

  • Exceptional Care. We take pride in providing the best care possible to all our patients and use the latest in diagnostic imaging technology to quickly and accurately diagnose injuries and/or illnesses when present. Our radiologists are all board certified and subspecialty/fellowship trained and our Radiologic Technologists are all licensed and caring professionals.
  • Integrity. We are committed to doing the right thing and earning the trust of our patients and referral sources through honesty and ethical practices.
  • Compassion. We have concern for the health and well-being of all our patients and do our best to alleviate unnecessary worrying and suffering that can occur when seeking diagnostic imaging testing. We attempt to put ourselves in the patient’s shoes knowing that having images taken may be uncomfortable for some and there may be anxiety about the test results.