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Patient Resources

Radiology Ltd.’s billing team is committed to providing the best customer service. Insurance claims will be promptly filed, including Medicare supplemental claims. A statement will be mailed for any additional amount due as insurance indicates. See below for major insurances, networks and insurance FAQ’s.

Contracted Insurance

Radiology Ltd. is a preferred provider for the following insurance companies:

AARP Medicare Complete (Formally Secure Horizons)
Aetna US Healthcare* (not contracted with Aetna Sr)
AHCCCS (All Plans)
Banner Health Plus
Blue Cross/Blue Shield including BCBS Advantage
Care1st HealthPlan (AHCCCS)
CareMore Health Plan
Cigna (excludes Health Springs HMO)
Cochise Health System
Department of Labor
EverCare and Community Plan UHC* (Formally EverCare Select)
Health Choice Arizona
Health Choice Generations
Health Net / Health Net Medicare Advantage
Humana Community HMO
Humana Gold
Indian Health Services
Mail Handlers Benefit Plan (MHBP)
Mayo Health Plan Arizona
MDIA (Medrisk Data)*
Mercy Care Healthcare Group
One Call Care Diagnostic
UHC West (Formally Pacificare)
Preferred Medical Claim Solutions
State Compensation Fund
United Medical Resources (UMR)
United Healthcare
United Healthcare Community Plan* (Formally APIPA)
United Healthcare Medicare Complete
United Military West – VA
University Family Care (AHCCCS)
University Physician Advantage

* Not contracted with Radiology Ltd. – Carondelet

Major Networks

Accountable Health Plans
Ancillary Care Services
Arizona Foundation for Medical Care
Beech Street
Coventry National
First Health (Individual Provider Contracts)
Health Management Network

Frequently Asked Questions

Important Questions to Ask Before an Imaging Exam

Both Radiology Ltd. and the American College of Radiology urge patients and physicians to review the following questions:

  • Why do I need this imaging exam?
  • How will having this imaging exam improve my health care?
  • Are there equally good imaging alternatives that do not use radiation?
  • Is the facility where I am scheduled for the exam accredited by an official accreditation organization (e.g. the American College of Radiology)?
  • Does the physician ordering the scan have a financial interest in the facility providing the exam (i.e. do they directly profit from having the exam performed at that facility)?
  • Are the imaging technologists at the facility certified?
  • Are the physicians reading my exam sub-specialty trained radiologists?
  • If the exam is for a pediatric patient, is the radiation dose appropriately reduced or “kid-sized”?

Important Precautions

Always remember:

  • Before having an exam, be sure to tell the doctor or technologist if you are, or might be, pregnant.
  • Don’t insist on an imaging exam if your doctor explains it isn’t necessary.
  • Don’t refuse an imaging exam if there is a clear need for it and the clinical benefit outweighs the small radiation risk.

Precautions and Patient Comments

Radiology Ltd. takes important precautions to avoid unnecessary exposure to all patients. We participate in rigorous quality assurance and patient safety programs, and take several steps to ensure that our patients receive only the lowest amounts of radiation necessary to obtain high quality diagnostic imaging examinations. For more detailed information please visit our Radiation Safety at Radiology Ltd. page.

Patients have the right to submit comments regarding a facility’s imaging and services. Comments can be submitted in writing to any Radiology Ltd. facility.

Comments may also be submitted directly to the ACR at:
American College of Radiology: Patient Comments
1891 Preston White Dr.
Reston, VA 20191-4326

Community Resources

One of our goals is to provide patients with valuable health information available for themselves and their family and friends. There are many professional and reliable resources available in our community to answer questions and provide support. We want to encourage patients to use these resources so that they may gain the knowledge and understanding needed to take good care of themselves!

Cancer Resources

American Cancer Society is a non-profit organization that provides information to people with cancer. The ACS offers a variety of opportunities for our community to lend their time and talent to the fight against cancer that will help make a difference in the lives of cancer patients and their families.

Arizona Oncology Resource Services has many resources that are available for cancer patients. Services include a Lending Library, One wig and three head coverings, Touch Therapy, Movement Classes, Nutritional Consultations, Cancer Counseling, Cancer Support Groups, Resource Volunteers. For more information on these services, please contact Dawn Rataczak, Program Coordinator at (520) 275-6616.

2070 W. Rudasill Rd.
Tucson, AZ 85704
(520) 877-9038

2625 N. Craycroft Rd. Ste 101
Tucson, AZ 85712
(520) 324-2840

Bag It! is a non-profit organization that provides information to people with cancer and their families.

Beat Cancer Boot Camp is a fitness-based support program created to help survivors stay active during cancer treatment and beyond.

Making Strides Against Breast Cancer is more than a walk. The American Cancer Society Making Strides Against Breast Cancer event describes the progress we’re making together to save lives and create a world with less breast cancer and more birthdays.

Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure isn’t just a race. This organization is a community contact for all breast health needs. From outreach and education about risk factors and early detection of breast cancer, to staffing a local office for support and information for all those affected by this disease, the Southern Arizona Affiliate provides caring support to the people in our community.

The Well Woman HealthCheck Program is a state-wide program that provides free cancer screening to women that qualify. Women on the program may receive a Clinical Breast Exam, Mammogram, Pelvic Exam, and Pap Test. To qualify, call 1-888-257-8502. The Well Woman HealthCheck Program is operated by the Arizona Department of Health Services through a cooperative agreement with the Centers for Disease Control Prevention.

Cancer Hope Network matches patients and families with trained volunteers who have recovered from a similar cancer experience.

‎CancerCare provides support, information, and financial and practical help to people with cancer and their loved ones free of charge.

Family Caregiver Alliance addresses the needs of families and friends who provide long-term care at home.

Cancer Support Community (Gilda’s Club) provides social and emotional support for cancer patients and their families and friends.

Livestrong seeks to inspire and empower people living with, through, and beyond cancer to live strong! It provides education, advocacy, public health and research programs.

Mesothelioma Group seeks to help patients and families who are touched by mesothelioma. Whether you’re a mesothelioma patient, family member, or friend, they are here to guide you through every step of the diagnostic and treatment process. They’re a team of caring healthcare professionals, patient advocates, and communication specialists.

Needy Meds lists medicine assistance programs available from drug companies. A provider, nurse, or social work must contact them on behalf of your loved one.

National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship provides information, education, support, public awareness, and advocacy for caregivers.

National Cancer Institute answers questions about cancer clinical trials and cancer-related services and helps users find information on the NCI Web site. Provides NCI printed materials.

Tucson Cancer Conquerors is an all-volunteer non-profit support group run by cancer survivors and the community of people who support them. They offer a variety of creative wellness programs designed to inspire and empower cancer survivors to be proactive about their health, improving the quality of their lives, both during and after cancer treatment. You don’t have to be a cancer survivor to participate in the program. Exercise, nutrition, education, and stress reduction are all essential components of cancer prevention and can benefit everyone!

Zero – The End of Prostate Cancer has committed themselves not only to reduce prostate cancer or alleviate the pain from the disease but to end it.

Heart Health

American Heart Association explains the different types of heart diseases, their symptoms, treatments, etc.

Harvard Health Publications offers education and resources for identifying and coping with stress and its impact on your health.


The Skin Cancer Foundation offers instructions for your monthly head-to-toe skin self examination.

The American Cancer Society provides steps for performing testicular self-exams.

The American Lung Association shares information and resources for many different forms of lung disease, including symptoms and care.

Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics is a professional society of registered dietitians and other professionals working in food and nutrition-related fields.

Eat Smart. Play Hard. Healthy Lifestyle. from the United States Department of Agriculture is designed for parents and caregivers to provide information to help you eat better, be more physically active and be a role model.

Healthy Aging

Pima Council on Aging is the designated Area Agency on Aging serving older adults and their families living in Pima County, Arizona.

National Institute of Aging is a great resource for research and results pertaining to the nature of aging, as well as health and lifestyle information.

Go4Life focuses on fitting exercise and physical activity into the daily life of older adults.

NIH Senior Health provides valuable resources to the great numbers of people over 60 who use the Internet to learn more about their health and aging.

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