Location & Times vary

Recommended Book
Breast Imaging Companion by Gilda Cardenosa

Attending on Call
There is a breast imaging attending on call who is available to answer patient questions and
concerns at all times.  The attending on call is listed on the on call schedule.

MQSA Requirements
For residents graduating before 2014:
If a resident wants to read mammography after training, 240 mammograms must be read in
the last six months of training. If the resident passes the oral boards on the first attempt, the
FDA will accept 240 mammograms read during a six month period in the last two years of
residency. Residents planning on Women's imaging fellowships may elect to complete this
requirement during fellowship. The official document is attached below.

For residents graduating in 2014 and later:
There is a proposed policy pending FDA approval:  "Physicians who 1) successfully complete a diagnostic radiology residency program in 2014 (or later), 2) have interpreted or multi-read at least 240 mammographic examinations under the direct supervision of an interpreting physician in any 6-month period during the last 2 years of this residency, and 3) have passed their certifying board's core exam by the end of their residency are otherwise exempt."
After graduation you need to read 960 cases within 24 months to maintain certification, otherwise you need to requalify. Also, you will need 15 mammography CME hours in 36 months. The ACR website has more info: