Imaging for Everyone.

New Frontier Mobile Diagnostics brings quality, affordable diagnostic imaging to patients in doctors’ offices, clinics, and care facilities.

Who are our Customers

Our customers include an array of doctors’ offices, clinics, care facilities and self funded corporate plans.

Mission

Imaging provides the first “look” at a medical issue, so accessing quality imaging is a critical step in a patient’s health journey. Unfortunately, high health care costs, consolidating hospitals, and concerns over COVID exposure mean that fewer people are getting imaging procedures.

New Frontier believes everyone deserves to get their medical questions answered affordably, safely and reliably. Our mission, “Imaging for Everyone,” means getting quality imaging to people where they need it, in a familiar setting, and without it costing thousands of dollars.

Specific Procedures

NFMD has chosen GE Vivid Ultrasound Machines, which are capable of pulsed wave, continuous wave, color, and power Doppler capabilities. A variety of high-quality GE transducers allow a variety of scanning options, including echocardiograms, vascular, abdominal, musculoskeletal.

Our Story

New Frontier Mobile Diagnostics was started in November 2019 in Kansas City, Missouri. We’re headquartered in the heart of Downtown Kansas City, at 1301 Oak Street.

In doing so, New Frontier engaged Dr. David Burkart and Dr. Craig Lundgren as Supervising Physicians. We adopted their imaging protocols and integrated their feedback into our ongoing quality assurance processes. When pathology is found, they are directly available for consult.

Emily Rail

RVT/RDCS

Leah Astleford

Lead Cardiac Tech

Mindy Ammer

Lead Vascular Tech

What Makes Us Different

People

Hire the right people, align compensation with care

Process

Advanced online tools coupled with excellent GE portable imaging machines

Partners

Find expert physicians and integrate them for quality studies

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