Advanced Medical Imaging’s history started over 60 years ago with the founding of the group Radiology Associates. The original partnership included Dr. John T. McGreer, Jr., Dr. J. Marshall Neely and Dr. Orvis A. Neely and formed in 1947. The group became a professional corporation as Radiology Associates, P. C. (RAPC) in 1970. In 2001, the then 10 physicians of RAPC opened the doors of Advanced Medical Imaging in Lincoln, the first full service digital imaging center in Nebraska.
Today nearly 30 radiologists make up Advanced Medical Imaging. These physicians provide services to Advanced Medical Imaging’s full-service clinic in Lincoln, Advanced Medical Imaging’s clinic in Omaha which specializes in vascular and pain management, St. Elizabeth Medical Center, Mercy Medical Center of Sioux City, Iowa, over half of the critical access hospitals in Nebraska, and various clinics around the region.
To ensure the highest quality of care, Advanced Medical Imaging has the largest number of subspecialists in the area. Having physicians who have dedicated years of their lives to hone their skills in specific areas, means better diagnostic capabilities and patient care. Fellowship trained subspecialists within Advanced Medical Imaging include Pediatric, Breast Imaging, Musculoskeletal, Body Imaging, Nuclear Medicine, and Neuroradiology, which diagnoses abnormalities in the central and peripheral nervous system, spine, and head and neck.
Advanced Medical Imaging’s full-service radiology facility located at 7601 Pioneers Boulevard provides a high-quality, low-cost imaging option for Southeast Nebraska. The Lincoln location’s offerings include MRI, CT, nuclear medicine, biopsies and X-rays. More mammograms are performed at the AMI Women’s Center than any other private office in the state. AMI physicians also complete diagnostics on images for many clinics in the area and provide all of the radiology services for St. Elizabeth Regional Medical Center.
Critical Access Hospitals
AMI physicians provide radiology services to Critical Access Hospitals throughout rural Nebraska and Iowa. Many of Advanced Medical Imaging radiologists come from a rural background are passionate about ensuring the high quality care that is available in urban areas is also available to rural residents of the Nebraska and Iowa. Although it is common in the industry, AMI does not utilize an over-night service for emergency calls. Their radiologists are on call 24/7 to provide the best care when patients need it most.
Sioux City, Iowa
The radiology department of Mercy Medical Center – Sioux City is comprised entirely of AMI radiologists. With Mercy being the region’s largest tertiary center, it is very important to be able to offer the best care for all of the residents of the tri-state area. AMI also serves many of the clinics in Siouxland.
Vascular & Interventional Radiology
- Advanced Medical Imaging, Lincoln
- Advanced Vein & Interventional, Omaha
- St. Elizabeth Regional Medical Center, Lincoln
- Mercy Medical Center, Sioux City