Community Involvement

Radiology & Imaging and our employees strongly support local good works. We’re not just in the community; we are part of the community. It’s where we work, but it’s also where we prefer to live our lives and raise our families. Making our local communities even better – through volunteering and contributing to worthy causes – is one way we show gratitude and appreciation for the success of our practice.

Every year Radiology & Imaging makes significant financial contributions to local charities and nonprofits. And we encourage our employees to devote time to volunteering for causes and agencies they believe in. Nearly every single one of our employees volunteers in the community in some way. We all live better when we all work together to help those most in need.

Focus On Health, Women & Children

Because we’re medical practitioners, our corporate sponsorships focus on ways we can improve health and well-being. And because of our special dedication to women’s health and pediatric radiology, we are always looking for ways to advance the well-being of women and children.

Rays of Hope

Yu Grace Zeng, MD, (pictured front, right) one of Radiology & Imaging’s Breast Imaging Specialists, participated in this year’s Rays of Hope fundraiser.

Founded in 1994 with 500 walkers, Baystate Health Foundation’s Rays of Hope walk now attracts more than 15,000 participants on more than 460 teams. Rays of Hope’s goal is to raise funds to improve breast health in the Greater Springfield communities.

Radiology & Imaging enthusiastically supports Rays of Hope through sponsorship and participation. More than half of Radiology & Imaging employees walked or financially contributed to Rays of Hope walks from 2009-2015 and Radiology & Imaging has been a Silver Sponsor of the Rays of Hope walk for the past seven years. Through corporate sponsorship and a team effort with our employees, we have donated roughly $45,000 towards the walk to raise awareness and support for breast cancer research and patient care in our community.

To learn more about Rays of Hope and how you can get involved, please visit Baystate Health Foundation – Rays of Hope