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News

Learn more from Peninsula Imaging about the latest news and research in radiology and imaging technology.

Lung Cancer Screening Picture

Updated Lung Cancer Screening Guidelines

The U.S. Preventative Services Task Force released updated lung cancer screening recommendations that will nearly double the number of people eligible for tests. In a recent recommendation statement published in JAMA, the USPSTF said individuals should begin low-dose CT lung cancer screening five years earlier than its 2013 guidance, lowering the starting age from 55 to 50.

February is American Heart Month

The Centers for Disease and Control and Prevention reports that heart disease is a leading cause of death in the United States, and creates an enormous burden for people, communities, and healthcare providers and systems. Six million people in the United States have heart failure, one in five people will develop heart failure during their lifetime and heart failure causes nearly 2 hospitalizations every minute….

High Quality Imaging – In a Safe Environment

At Peninsula Imaging we are always searching for ways to improve the patient experience at our facility. With that in mind, we are pleased to have completed additional renovations to our facility to enhance patient safety and improve workflow efficiency.

Body Composition Scan

New Tool for Weight Management

Peninsula Imaging is excited to share news with you on a new tool to assist patients with weight management. The Advanced Body Composition Assessment BodyLogic scan on our new Horizon DXA system visually presents data in a series of easy-to-read graphical reports. Results from this quick scan are available immediately and use color mapping to identify fat, lean muscle mass and bone.

Corona Virus

Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) Statement

Your health as well as our staff’s is our number one priority during the COVID-19 crisis. We are open and currently operating at normal business hours. Peninsula Imaging is actively monitoring information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) regarding the spread of COVID-19 and are taking all safety precautions recommended by the CDC to protect patients and staff.