Private equity-backed Rayus Radiology details latest expansion effort

Private equity-backed Rayus Radiology revealed its latest expansion plans on Friday in concert with a Midwest hospital system.

Alongside Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin, the Minneapolis-based imaging group is opening a new outpatient location in the Milwaukee suburb of West Bend. This marks the seventh such center launched by the regional hospital system and managed by Rayus Radiology.

We are excited to announce our continued growth in outpatient imaging centers across our health network,” Jim Klauck, senior vice president of ancillary services at Froedtert Health, said in a statement. “The opening of this new outpatient center builds on our commitment to increase access to care for patients in need of high-quality imaging services and radiology procedures.”

Nine-hospital Froedtert & MCW said the new location, which officially opened April 1, will aim to increase access for referring physicians seeking high-end MRI services. The move is the latest in a string of recent imaging center launches, with locations in geographies including Utah, Minnesota and Maine.

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