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What is a Radiologist?
Even though you may never meet him or her, your radiologist plays a very important part in your diagnosis and treatment. Radiologists are the only physicians who specialize in diagnosing disease using advanced imaging techniques such as x-ray, ultrasound, CT and MRI. Most radiologists have over 13 years of medical education in their field, and many choose to sub-specialize further in a particular modality or area of the body. Your radiologist acts as a consultant to your specialist or primary care provider, helping them interpret the findings of your exam within the context of your overall health history. Radia employs only board-certified radiologists and has been a trusted partner of many Northwest providers for over 10 years.

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Rich J. Matthies, MD

Rich J. Matthies, MD

Medical School
1975 - Michigan State University - East Lansing, MI
Internship
1976 - Internal Medicine - University of Utah - Salt Lake City, UT
Residency
1980 - Diagnostic Radiology - University of Utah - Salt Lake City, UT
Fellowship
1981 - Vascular and Interventional Radiology - Alexandria Hospital - Alexandria, VI
1983 - Body Imaging, Ultrasound/CT - UCLA Harbor General Hospital - Los Angeles, CA
Specialty:   Body Imaging
Primary Location: Overlake Medical Center