Alaska Radiology Associates (ARA) is Alaska’s largest private practice radiology group and is dedicated to providing a full range of high quality imaging and professional radiology services. Founded in 1969, we provide full spectrum imaging and interventional services for a major Anchorage hospital as well as outpatient imaging centers located in Anchorage and the Mat-Su Valley. Further, we provide expert tele-radiology services for clients from Prudhoe Bay to Seward and Valdez. We work closely with leading healthcare providers to diagnose and treat patients in a professional, accessible, and compassionate manner.
Alaska Radiology Associates aims to be the preferred provider of radiology services in the Alaskan communities we serve. We distinguish ourselves by the timely delivery of sub-specialized imaging services, providing exceptional patient care, and fostering a meaningful collaboration with the medical staff we support.
Alaska Radiology Associates strives to be the premier provider of diagnostic and therapeutic radiology services and seeks to be the provider of choice for patients, referring physicians, and healthcare delivery partners in Alaska.
Referring Physician Communication and Relationships
Alaska Radiology Associates takes pride in providing quality reporting and face to face or telephone consultations with the referring physicians. ARA provides consistent, concise and accurate reports with a strong effort to minimize additional medical imaging services.
Our board-certified radiologists are trained at top radiology residency programs, including Stanford, Duke, Harvard, Brown, University of Virginia, University of Washington, University of Michigan, UAB and Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology. We are the only Alaskan radiology group having radiologists with dedicated fellowship training in every major imaging sub-specialty, including interventional radiology (IR), neuroradiology, musculoskeletal imaging, women’s imaging, body imaging, magnetic resonance imaging, pediatric radiology and nuclear medicine. One fourth of ARA radiologists have dual fellowship training.