Radiology Associates of Richmond, VA
Radiology Associates of Richmond, VA
More than 100 years of service to the Mid-Atlantic

Radiology Associates of Richmond (RAR) is one of the oldest, continuously operating private radiology practices in the United States.

Founded in 1905, RAR has served the Central Virginia community since the early days of medical imaging and currently numbers 62 radiologists.  The practice provides full-service 24/7/365 interpretations to seven HCA-affiliated hospitals, including a full spectrum of subspecialty imaging and interventions: body imaging, breast imaging, cardio-thoracic radiology, musculoskeletal, pediatric, neuroradiology, nuclear medicine, and vascular and neuro-interventional radiology.

The practice has a long history of service to patients and providers in the community. RAR radiologists contribute to hospital life by providing department leadership, participating in multidisciplinary committees, spearheading radiation safety initiatives, and training staff at many service locations. RAR provides community access to medical imaging and interventions at four outpatient centers and an outpatient vascular center.

Radiology Associates of Richmond has a well-developed quality and business infrastructure that includes a robust, analytics-based quality program as well as a managed services organization that provides revenue cycle, IT, data warehousing, and financial services.

Leadership Team

Scott Conrad, MD, President

Mark Canada, MHA, Operations Manager

Toni Rice, MBA, Business Development

Frank Flannery, CPA, Chief Financial Officer

Joseph K. Wyatt, CHief Information Officer

No. of Physicians


Hospitals served


Outpatient Imaging Locations

Chesterfield Imaging Center/HCA

Independence Park Imaging/HCA

Appomattox Imaging Center/HCA

MedRVA Imaging

Richmond Vascular Center


• Radiology Associated of Richmond physicians consistently rank among Richmond Magazine's "Top Docs."

• Radiology Associates of Richmond's Dr. Jeffrey Hull invented the Ellipsys AV Fistula Device to reduce costs, complications, and recovery times for AV fistula candidates.