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    Why Choose RMI

    Choice in medical care is important, and we’d like to give some examples of how choice can affect the entire encounter with a healthcare provider. In our last blog, we spoke about why choice is important to you as a consumer. After all, it is your money, time, and most importantly, health – that is […]

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    Take Care of the Earth & Your Health

    Although it may not seem related, Earth Day is as much about your health as it is the environment. Earth Day, celebrated on April 22, was created to emphasize awareness of the Earth’s environment and its profound effects on our well-being. Founded in 1970 after a previous United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization conference, it […]

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    RMI Celebrates Doctor’s Day!

    Today is National Doctor’s Day, where the service of physicians is acknowledged by the public. First observed in 1933 in Georgia and now observed every March 30th, the day was made into a national holiday by Congress and signed into law (Public Law 101-473) by President Bush in 1990. For the folks at Regional Medical […]

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    RMI To Open in Royal Oak

    We’re pleased to announce the upcoming opening of our latest office in Royal Oak, Michigan. Regional Medical Imaging has been expanding into southeast Michigan for some time now, with new offices in Lapeer and Novi. The new office is located at 26454 Woodward Ave. Suite A, on the east side of Woodward, south of Eleven […]

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    Calcium CT Scoring & Smoking

    We’ve been posting a bit about CT lung screenings, but smokers and other at-risks persons may also want to consider Calcium CT scoring. As we enter February “Heart Month”, it’s perhaps wise to consider the effects of smoking on heart health. So, how do you and your physician get a clearer picture of your heart […]

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    Learn About American Heart Month

    American Heart Month (February) is a recognition that has been around for more than 40 years. Its importance stems from the fact that cardiovascular disease is still the number one killer of men and women in the United States. Cardiovascular diseases include illnesses that involve the blood vessels (veins, arteries and capillaries) or the heart, […]

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