A Centennial Celebration for Radiologic Technologists
National Radiologic Technology Week®, is celebrated the week of November 8 each year in commemoration of the discovery of the x-ray by Wilhelm Roentgen in 1895. 
Going Above the Call of Duty During Covid-19
If you ask healthcare workers what their “new normal” is since the outbreak of Covid-19 you will probably get a variety of answers. Some responses you might expect to hear are that they have...
Welcome to the New Reality – Serving our Customers by Staying Home  
To say we’re living in interesting times right now is an understatement at best. Grocery shelves are empty, stocks are falling, businesses deemed to be unessential are told to close. Cities,...
From Public Nuisance to Public Parks - Sustainability at Work
If you ever clicked on the “About” section on the Beekley Medical website, the first sentence you will see reads “A focus on making the lives of everyone we touch a little better.”
“Movember” Becomes a Heart (and Face) Warming Event
Beekley Medical is no stranger to fundraising in support of breast cancer awareness with numerous events throughout the year from Designer Handbag Bingo to our annual Golf tournament. With all...
To most people in the imaging community, the name Beekley Medical is synonymous with mammography skin markers and early detection of breast cancer causes.
Bella's Art Supplies - A Beekley Customer Gets Creative with Upcycling
One of the many things we love about our customers is that they share our mission to help make the lives of everyone we touch a little better. We are fortunate to work with individuals who have...
A Portion of the Proceeds - Where it Goes, Who it Helps
Each October, there is no shortage of exposure about the importance of Breast Cancer Awareness. The initiative builds each year gaining more and more exposure.  
7 Ways Beekley Invests in Continuing Education for the Imaging and Radiation Oncology Communities
"Learning and innovation go hand in hand. The arrogance of success is to think that what you did yesterday will be sufficient for tomorrow." William Pollard, Nuclear Physicist, Episcopal Priest,...
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