RAD-AID is rapidly expanding programs in the United States for rural and urban regions with health care disparities. Learn more about the recently announced RAD-AID USA Women’s Health Access Program.
RAD-AID’s partnership with Breast Care for Washington (BCW) brings mobile mammography services to underserved populations in the Washington DC area that currently lack mammography and lead the US in breast cancer mortality.
In Appalachian Virginia, RAD-AID is partnered with The Health Wagon to bring PACS, ultrasound, and x-ray services to rural underserved populations lacking access to advanced medical imaging.
In Alabama and North Carolina, RAD-AID has programs in Selma and Piedmont, respectively, to support ultrasound and health IT for family medicine services at rural clinics.
RAD-AID also supports and delivers programs through over 80 university-based RAD-AID chapters at academic training institutions across the United States. See chapters list and chapter-based projects here.