There are a lot of things you will notice when you come to ella health, like the friendly greeting when you arrive and the fresh
coffee or tea in the waiting room. There are special touches like the soft, cloth robes and the heated private dressing rooms. You will see the advanced technology that takes 3D images along with the conventional 2D images. But there is something just as important that you won’t see. It’s the people who are interpreting those images.Mammogram images are reviewed by people, not computers. The qualifications of the people reading them are important.
At ella health, your images are read by specialists who are devoted to reading mammograms. Our radiologists are all board certified and all have been fellowship-trained in breast imaging. This means that they have the experience and expertise to give the most accurate reading possible. The best part is that they really care about what they do. Here is what they have to say about their job:
“As a breast imager, I am able to detect and diagnose breast cancer at its earliest stage-affording women better outcomes with this disease. I know that I have made the right career choice when I hear gratitude and appreciation from my patients for finding their breast cancer and changing their lives.” — Neeti Goel, MD
“It is gratifying to work with ella health. We empower women to receive testing that detects breast cancer at an early, treatable stage … I became a radiologist because I wanted to be a part of this revolution in women’s health care.” –Richard P. Moser, III MD
“The most gratifying part of my job is knowing that I make a difference everyday. A young mother once thanked me for saving her life after undergoing successful treatment for early-stage breast cancer. Moments like that motivate me to be the best physician I can be and to always treat my patients with the utmost respect.” – Sarah Heun Jin Chang Shilpey, MD
“ella health is committed to making it become second nature for women to get mammograms. Every healthcare facility should be interested in eliminating as many of the barriers, either real or imagined, that women encounter when deciding to pursue a mammogram.” – Jonathan Stephenson, MD