Contacting a Radiologist

Our radiologists are on site at Mary Washington Healthcare 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days per year.

To reach a radiologist, please call the RAF Physician Concierge Service at 1-855-RAF-LINE (1-855-723-5463) or internally from the Mary Washington Hospital System at (540) 741-7566

You can also send an email to

Our physician concierge is available to help you:

  • Reach a radiologist for consultation or questions
  • Answer questions regarding an imaging procedure or protocol
  • Locate the status or results of an imaging study

To reach an interventional radiologist or vascular surgeon, please call VIVA at (540) 654-9118 or the RAF Physician Concierge Service at 1-855-RAF-LINE (1-855-723-5463) or email at

Scheduling an Exam or Consultation

To schedule an exam or consultation, please call:

  1. Virginia Interventional and Vascular Associates | (540) 654-9118
  2. Medical Imaging of Fredericksburg | (540) 741-XRAY (9729)
  3. Medical Imaging of North Stafford | (540) 741-XRAY (9729)
  4. Medical Imaging at Lee’s Hill | (540) 741-XRAY (9729)
  5. Imaging Center for Women | (540) 741-XRAY (9729)

Radiation Safety Management

Medical radiation exposure has been a recent, and frequent, topic in the news. While certain imaging modalities such as ultrasound and MRI do not expose patients to ionizing radiation, others, such as CT, plain film x-rays, and fluoroscopy, do. Nevertheless, too much medical radiation may possibly lead to the development of future malignancy 15–20 years down the road.

No one knows exactly how many x-rays or CT scans a patient can have before he or she is at increased risk. Therefore, it is important for the radiologic community to ensure that the patient’s lifetime exposure to medical radiation is kept as low as reasonably possible while still detecting disease as early as possible.

Patient safety, both short and long term, has always been the priority for Radiologic Associates of Fredericksburg.

Additional Resources

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