After helping feed 255 servings of food to the homeless at Wheeler Mission in 2021, Dr. Laura Dugan, a body imaging radiologist with Northwest Radiology, and her husband, Bob, told WTHR-TV they wanted to double that amount in 2022. They worked with their friend, Los Arroyos General Manager Leon Nicholson, along with other local restaurants, to make a food donation for more than 500 people.
Dr. Laura Dugan, a body imaging radiologist with Northwest Radiology, and her husband, Bob, turned their Buffalo Wild Wings reward points into a major food donation to Wheeler Mission. They also teamed up with their friend, Los Arroyos General Manager Leon Nicholson, who reached out to additional restaurants to help them feed more than 500 people. WISH-TV’s Amicia Ramsey highlighted the donation.
Warmer weather in the summer months means people are more active outdoors, enjoying activities like walking, running, biking, hiking, gardening, yard work and playing sports. However, with the increased activity comes the increased risk of injuries and accidents. Northwest Radiology Musculoskeletal Radiologist Dr. Catherine King talked to Fox 59 about the most common summer sports injuries and shared some prevention tips.
Northwest Radiology Neuroradiologist Dr. Brian Jellison joins his wife, Dr. Bobbie Jellison, to talk with Fox 59 about the program they founded, Jovial Family Farm, and how it provides seniors, their families and their communities engagement and meaning through urban agrarian and culinary activities.
During Women’s Health Month, women should be encouraged to prioritize their health by making sure to get routine checkups, including an annual mammogram. Emily Bolin, a mammography technologist with Northwest Radiology, talked with WISH-TV’s Lakyn McGee about reducing your risk of breast cancer, how to do a self-exam and the basics of getting a mammogram.
May is Women’s Health Month, a time for all women to make their health and well-being a top priority. Northwest Radiology’s Dr. Alan Engel and mammography technologist Emily Bolin talk about the importance of routine checkups like the annual mammogram.
Northwest Radiology Network is proud to announce the opening of its new outpatient imaging center in Avon. Located at 120 Avon Marketplace St., Suite 110, in Avon, the imaging center offers both computed tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) services. The imaging center is in the same building as Urology of Indiana and Goodman Campbell Brain and Spine.
“We are looking forward to providing imaging care to the growing community of Avon and surrounding areas,” said Northwest Radiology Executive Director and CFO Linda Wilgus, CPA, MBA.
The Avon outpatient imaging center is open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Both physicians and patients have access to images and results through an online portal.
“We also offer patients transparent, upfront pricing,” Wilgus said. “Patients know the cost before their procedure.”
Northwest Radiology Network welcomes Jay Wigboldy, M.D., who is subspecialized in body imaging radiology.
After receiving his Bachelor of Science from the United States Military Academy, Dr. Wigboldy received his Doctor of Medicine from the Indiana University School of Medicine. He completed a diagnostic radiology residency at Madigan Army Medical Center in Tacoma, Wash., and he served as section chief of musculoskeletal radiology in support of the John A. Feagin Orthopedic Sports Medicine and Trauma Fellowship at West Point, N.Y.
He most recently served as a partner at Central Illinois Radiology Associates, LLC in Springfield, Ill., and a chief of abdominal imaging at Madigan Army Medical Center.
Dr. Wigboldy is certified by and a diplomate of the American Board of Radiology and is a member of the Radiological Society of North America and American Roentgen Ray Society.
He has authored publications on topics including a computer tomography scan versus upper gastrointestinal fluoroscopy for diagnosis of staple line leak following bariatric surgery as well as spontaneous acute subdural hematoma of arterial origin mimicking epidural hematoma on computer tomograph.
Millions of mammogram screenings were canceled, delayed or rescheduled across the country due to the pandemic. WISH-TV’s Aleah Hordges spoke with Northwest Radiology’s Dr. Alan Engel and Carmel breast cancer survivor Michele Cohen about the importance of keeping that annual mammogram on your calendar.
Northwest Radiology Network is pleased to announce 13 of its doctors are included in Indianapolis Monthly as 2021 “Indy’s Top Doctors.” The list honors the top board-certified specialists based on peer reviews and recommendations from other physicians.
“As one of the largest physician-owned radiology groups in Indiana, we are proud to see so many of our radiologists on this list each year, and many of them for multiple years in a row,” said Northwest Radiology Executive Director and CFO Linda Wilgus. “Our mission is to provide the highest quality compassionate care, and we support that commitment through education, certifications, metrics and quality reviews to ensure our patients get the right diagnosis.”
Congratulations to the following radiologists from Northwest Radiology who are included on the 2021 Indianapolis Monthly Top Doctors list:
With more than 900 listings, this annual guide to the Indianapolis area’s physicians and specialists is the most authoritative in central Indiana.