March 23, 2020
Interventional Clinic Procedure Updates
Valley Radiology is closely monitoring the COVID-19 situation as it pertains to the well being of our patients and staff. As a precaution we are implementing preventive measures to minimize risk of exposure for everyone's well being.
Effective immediately we will delay scheduling of the following non-emergent procedures based on recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).
Epidural Steriod Injections (ESI)
Gastro/Nephro Tube placement
Please continue to send your referrals and you will be notified of scheduled procedures for your patients as soon as possible. Patients that need an office follow up will be offered visits via telemed if possible.
We continue to serve the community and your patients in a vast array of medical conditions and minimally invasive procedures. We appreciate your patience in this difficult time. Please contact us with any questions, concerns, or urgent needs.
910-486-5700 Interventional Clinic
Angier Imaging Center
Covid 19 UPDATES
Angier Imaging Center Procedure Updates:
Your imaging needs continue to be our top priority at Valley Radiology!
We will continue to serve our referring offices, patients and our community for any emergent or urgently needed exams in the safest way possible.
Please continue to send all referrals to our office and we will schedule patients accordingly.
Based off recommendations from the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and American College of Radiology (ACR), Valley Radiology Angier Imaging Center will delay scheduling of all non-emergent exams. This interim policy is to help minimize the risk of spreading or contracting COVID-19. These exams include:
* Routine screening mammography
* Bone density screening
* Lung cancer screening
* Follow up exam processes in asymptomatic patients that will not likely have an immediate impact on patient’s condition:
o Pulmonary nodules
o Stable hepatic or renal nodules
o Aortic aneurysm follow up
We ask that all referrals for studies involving patients that are higher than normal at-risk individuals (over the age of 65, diabetics or individuals with heart or lung disease) be considered for imaging at a later date.
We thank you for your patience and understanding as this situation is ever-changing.
Please contact us with any questions, concerns or urgent needs.