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Foundation Radiology Group Signs Exclusive Contract With Uniontown Hospital
Date:8/11/2009

PITTSBURGH, Aug. 11 /PRNewswire/ -- Foundation Radiology Group (FRG), the premier provider of diagnostic imaging professional services, headquartered in Pittsburgh, is pleased to announce its exclusive imaging services contract with Uniontown Hospital, in Uniontown, Pa.

Uniontown Hospital, a 224-bed hospital, has been providing a full-range of medical care to the residents of Fayette County and surrounding areas for over 100 years. The system includes over 200 medical staff, and offers more than 30 medical specialties.

"Uniontown hospital prides itself on providing the region with the finest quality healthcare possible," said Paul Bacharach, President and CEO, Uniontown Hospital. "FRG is committed to patient care and superior client service, which is very important to us. Their solution enables us to provide our patients with industry-leading care, and that is our main goal."

"We continuously strive to improve our service level," said Rebecca Ambrosini, Vice President of Professional Services. "Our partnership with FRG will help us to expand our current offerings and make maintaining the highest possible level of patient care possible."

Uniontown Hospital is part of Fayette Regional Health System.

FRG is an exclusive radiology group that features a world-class physician network, state-of-the-art technology solutions and services including Pediatric MSK, Neuro, Mammo and Interventional practice specialties. FRG offers both teleradiology and on-site solutions for hospitals and outpatient imaging centers.

"We are very pleased to add Uniontown Hospital to our client family," said Brandon W. Chan, M.D., CEO, FRG. "Uniontown has a long history of providing excellent patient care, and it's our pleasure to help them expand their current capabilities."

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