Our mission is to bring life saving diagnostic imaging solutions to medically underserved populations worldwide.
Our mission is to bring live-saving diagnostic imaging solutions to medically underserved populations worldwide.
We are a volunteer, non-profit organization based in the USA. We work with communities in underdeveloped countries all over the world to improve health and livelihood by supplying diagnostic imaging equipment, services, training, and support.
The result of our missions and work is inspired by the truth that every life touched through the support and services we’re able to provide will in turn touch another, multiplying the benefits delivered and received through the hard work and generous donations of RWB members, partners, and supporters.
What We Do
Radiologists without Borders founder, Dr. Tariq Gill, has healthcare industry experience spanning more than 30 years.
Dr. Gill is a New York-based Radiologist who also serves as a Clinical Educator in Radiology. He is a respected advisor to several national healthcare, technology, and service organizations, as well as two international universities. Dr. Gill is an advocate of business practices that put patient considerations above all, as well as superior imaging standards in the Radiology profession. He lectures extensively on wellness and preventative care measures, and has developed imaging centers featured in U.S. Health and News Report, Good Housekeeping, Red Book, and Women's Day. In 1999, Dr. Gill established the first mammography screening program for the uninsured, recognized by the American Cancer Society and the New York State Assembly. He is also responsible for the first regional free-standing mammography center (1985), the first regional practice to establish a stereotactic biopsy program (1993), and the first regional digital mammography unit (2002). Dr. Gill founded Radiologists without Borders in 2008.
of the world
does not have basic x-ray
rely on medical
imaging for proper diagnosis
medical imaging use
is directly tied to increased life expectancy