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Progressive Radiology Relocates in Westminster, MD.

Posted on: 10/11/2016

Progressive Radiology is excited to announce the opening of our new high tech state of art facility in Westminster, MD.

Based on the needs of the growing community of doctors and specialists in the Carroll County area, we have designed a facility that encompasses all the needs of our area specialists as well as the comfort and time needs of our valued patients in the community.

Our new OPEN 1.5 Oval is designed around the shape of the body to accommodate the broadest patient spectrum. Echelon Oval embodies our innovative spirit and unwavering commitment to patient comfort without compromising image quality. As leaders in OPEN scanning, we can accommodate patients with the widest patient opening (74cm) of any 1.5T MRI in our region.

For the benefit of our providers and valued patients, our facility has moved to a new convenient location Phyllis Green Professional Center. 826 Washington Road, Suite 112 Westminster, MD 21157. Our hours have also been extended to fit the needs of our valued patient’s busy schedules. Monday – Friday 7am to 7Pm and Saturdays 8am to 2pm. In addition to our exceptional customer service and pre-authorization services, we accept all major health insurances and offer a self-pay policy for uninsured patients.

Starting August 29, 2016 we will begin scheduling all patients at our new spa like location featuring natural lighting, relaxing décor, free parking, handicap accessibility, free WiFi, and as always, Progressive Radiology offers Exceptional Service ♦ Every Time!

To schedule an appointment, please call 410-386-0835 or Click here to schedule an appointment online.

Progressive Radiology in Westminster is located at:

826 Washington Road
Suite 112
Westminster, Maryland 21157

Phone: 410-386-0835

Office Hours:
Monday through Friday 7:00 A.M. to 7:00 P.M. EST.
Saturday 8:00 A.M. to 2:00 P.M. EST.


For additional information about Progressive Radiology, please visit our website at: www.progressiveradiology.com

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