Radiology Business April 18, 2024
Marty Stempniak

Private equity-backed Solis Mammography has inked a new joint venture deal with another hospital system, the two organizations announced Tuesday.

The “nation’s largest independent provider of specialized breast health services” is teaming with Northwest Healthcare to expand imaging offerings in the Tucson region. Solis said the partnership will include existing mammography centers at three hospitals across and adjacent to Arizona’s second largest city.

They hope to establish additional locations in the future, seeking to “improve access to essential screening and diagnostic mammography services.”

“This strategic affiliation enables Northwest Healthcare to accelerate our efforts in mammography to expand breast imaging services throughout southern Arizona, aligning with our goal to enhance patient access leading to healthier communities,” Brian Sinotte, market CEO for...

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