Radiology Consultants’ physicians have proudly provided Little Rock and its surrounding communities with quality imaging services since 1960. With our years of experience and dedication, we focus on outstanding diagnostic imaging with unparalleled patient care through personal relationships with area referring physicians and their staff.



"At Radiology Consultants, our goal is to perform your radiologic test in a comfortable, professional environment and to issue a report to your doctor in a timely manner. You can expect to be treated with respect and care. If for any reason we fail to meet your expectations, I'd like to hear about it."
~ Scott Harter MD, President

Our Mission

Radiology Consultants is committed to providing patient focused, sub-specialty driven care. A dedicated support staff of Radiologic Technologists and Administrative Assistants accompanies our group of physicians.

Who We Are

Established in 1960, we have been serving families like yours for over 50 years. Our partnered physicians are board-certified in radiology and on-site in each of our locations available to respond to any of your concerns or questions.

We truly care about your health and well-being, whether you require routine tests or a more comprehensive procedure, we are committed to providing you with personalized, comprehensive service.


Interventional Radiology Clinic Now Open

IR Clinic Logo_2Our Interventional Radiology practice provides comprehensive services to refer and track patients. We have a full service clinic, so we can perform pre-procedure consultation and post-procedure follow up. Seeing our patients in follow up is a very important part of our practice and an important part of ensuring our patient’s well being.

To schedule a consultation with one of our Interventional Radiologists call: 501-227-5240

Clinic Direct Line: 501-303-8566


The Importance of Mammograms
Dr. Amanda Ferrell, Section Chef of Women’s Imaging for Radiology Consultants, discusses the importance of mammograms in the early detection of breast cancer.



MRI Offers Better Portrait of Prostate Cancer & Its Risk to Men  According to Radiology Today, MRIs can provide highly accurate scans that can also precisely guide biopsies to help plan treatments that result in a better quality of life for patients. MRI’s role in prostate cancer management is becoming more refined.
When a biopsy is needed, those guided with MRI or MRI/transrectal ultrasound (TRUS) Fusion techniques are increasingly seen as superior to conventional biopsy.


PET-SCAN-ROBINSON-1-400PXWhat Does A Radiologist Do?   Our radiologists are medical doctors who specialize in diagnosing and treating disease and injury through the use of medical imaging techniques. Our radiologists have graduated from an accredited medical school, passed a licensing examination, and completed a residency of at least four years of unique postgraduate medical education.



We offer comprehensive diagnostic imaging and interventional radiology services, such as CT scans, nuclear medicine procedures, MRIs and biopsies. Our physicians are board-certified in radiology and dedicated to provide you the best in care.
Our expert team of radiology physicians, nurses and staff provides advanced diagnostic imaging and therapy services for outpatients and inpatients at several convenient locations located throughout central Arkansas.
patient resourcesPATIENT RESOURCES
You are a valued patient and we thank you. For your convenience, we offer an online billing option where you can view, download and/or pay your bill all from the convenience of your own computer.
Our provider portal gives our referring physicians convenient and quick access to CPT Prior Authorization forms, as well as to our Patient Referral Form.


New Breast Cancer Guidelines Published

If you are a woman over 40, take this opportunity to schedule your annual mammogram.

There is good news in the fight against breast cancer. Deaths from this disease continue to decline. Increased awareness and the potential of earlier detection through screening (such as annual mammograms) have resulted in improved management of the disease at its earliest and most treatable stage.

“The American Cancer Society, the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology, the American College of Radiology, and the American College of Surgeons have all continued to recommend screening mammograophy annually beginning at 40 years of age for an average risk woman.  There are many studies, including a large Dutch study just released in the last couple of days, that show women who are screened for breast cancer survive longer than women who are not screened.  Read More


Diagnosing Osteoporosis

Are yoScreen Shot 2015-10-05 at 5.38.52 PMu a postmenopausal woman or man age 50 and older? Have you recently broken a bone? If you answered “yes” to both questions, call us today regarding scheduling a bone density test.  A bone density test tells you if you have normal bone density, low bone density (osteopenia) or osteoporosis. It is the only test that can diagnose osteoporosis.

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