Solis Mammography has acquired Progressive Radiology

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Solis Mammography has acquired Progressive Radiology

by John R. Fischer, Senior Reporter | January 19, 2021
Business Affairs
Solis Mammography acquires Progressive Radiology
Solis Mammography, an independent provider of breast health and diagnostic services in the U.S., has acquired Progressive Radiology.

The move enables it to perform multimodality medical imaging on more patients throughout Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C.

“With the addition of Progressive Radiology to the Solis Mammography and Washington Radiology family, we are now able to expand our geographic footprint for outpatient imaging in the DMV region,” said Grant Davies, president and chief executive officer of Solis Mammography, in a statement.

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Progressive Radiology is now part of Solis Mammography’s Washington Radiology, a medical imaging provider in the DC metro area. In addition to breast health and women’s imaging, Solis Mammography offers a musculoskeletal and sports imaging platform, as well as a specialized focus on neuroradiology and pediatric imaging. It recently adopted iCAD's ProFound AI platform powered by Panorama to provide accurate two-year breast cancer risk estimations based on screening mammograms.

Progressive Radiology offers outpatient diagnostic imaging services in Maryland, Virginia, D.C. and Northern Illinois, with all of its radiologists carrying subspecialty expertise. The acquisition expands Solis Mammography’s footprint to 17 imaging center locations and includes plans to further grow it as a practice.

“Our existing radiology team of skilled physicians and technologists will continue to serve our patients and provide the focused expertise the clinical community has come to rely on,” said Adam Starr, CEO of Progressive Radiology. “And with Solis’ innovation engine, I’m also looking forward to what the future holds.”

No financial details were disclosed.

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