A local medical imaging company is taking the next step in women's health.
Atlantic Medical Imaging has assumed operations of the former "AtlantiCare" Digital Mammography van.
The mammography van will provide easily accessible screening mammograms to women in Atlantic, Cape May, Cumberland, Gloucester and Salem counties.
AMI serves over 40,000 mammography patients each year, and the van will help open access to those who need help.
"Without that van, upwards of 10,000 women would not have access to mammography, and as we know, mammography saves lives. So were glad to do our part and be able to continue that tradition," says President and CEO of Atlantic Medical Imaging, Dr. Robert Glassberg.
The van was named after Dr. Jan Astin, who was a founding partner of AMI.
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