News | Radiology Imaging | December 31, 2021

National leader in radiology solutions continues to accelerate growth with new diagnostic imaging center in Auburn

RAYUS Radiology has opened a new outpatient-based advanced diagnostic imaging center in Auburn, expanding their network of high-quality, high-value imaging centers throughout Maine.

December 31, 2021 — RAYUS Radiology has opened a new outpatient-based advanced diagnostic imaging center in Auburn, expanding their network of high-quality, high-value imaging centers throughout Maine.  

The Auburn center provides a full-range of diagnostic imaging services that feature high-field MRI, CT and X-ray.

"We are excited to continue to grow and invest in Maine," said Robert Cherney, Executive Vice President of Operations, RAYUS. "Opening this multi-modality center in Auburn allows us to further expand our ability to provide the highest quality care to patients in the most convenient outpatient location."

RAYUS Radiology operates four other outpatient-based diagnostic imaging centers and 20+ other diagnostic imaging sites of service throughout Maine. The Maine expansion is part of RAYUS' national growth strategy that accelerated in 2021 following Wellspring Capital Management's 2019 acquisition and subsequent investment in expanding the network and physician and patient services. With these new locations, RAYUS has added 21 centers in 2021 to increase its nationwide network to 150 locations.

For more information: www.rayusradiology.com

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