Credentials

Credentials

ICANL nuclear medicine and cardiologyNuclear Medicine of Naples have been granted accreditation in both Nuclear Cardiology and General Nuclear Medicine from the ICANL since 1999. We were one of the first nuclear laboratories in the US, Canada, and Puerto Rico to be so recognized for this accreditation.

Accreditation status signifies that the facility has been reviewed by an independent agency that recognizes the laboratory’s commitment to quality diagnostic testing. Approval for accreditation is based upon quality of reports, images, accepted protocols, and qualified staff. This type of review ensures that our facility has established and upheld high standards of diagnostic care.

The ICANL (Intersocietal Commission for the Accreditation of Nuclear Medicine Laboratories) was established with the support of the American Society of Nuclear Medicine, the Society of Nuclear Medicine Technologist Section, the American College of Cardiology, the American College of Nuclear Physicians and the Institute for Clinical PET. The ICANL provides a peer review mechanism to encourage and recognize the provision of quality nuclear cardiology and nuclear medicine diagnostic evaluations by a process of voluntary accreditation. A non-profit organization, the ICANL is dedicated to ensuring high quality patient care and to promoting health care.

In operation since 1995, Nuclear Medicine of Naples utilizes only the latest in technologically advanced nuclear medical imaging equipment and has earned an excellent standing with the local community for providing top notch nuclear medicine and nuclear cardiology services.

The laboratory is operated by Dr. Adam Fueredi a well known Naples Radiologist and Michael Morrison, Technical Director and administrator of the facility. The ICANL was established with the support of the American Society of Nuclear Cardiology, the Society of Nuclear Medicine, the Society of Nuclear Medicine Technologist Section, the American College of Cardiology, the American College of Nuclear Physicians and the Institute for Clinical PET. The ICANL provides a peer review mechanism to encourage and recognize the provision of quality nuclear cardiology and nuclear medicine diagnostic evaluations by a process of voluntary accreditation. A non-profit organization, the ICANL is dedicated to ensuring high quality patient care and to promoting health care.


Licensing

Agency for Healthcare Administration

Florida Department of Health Office of Radiation Control

Medicare


Affiliations

Society of Nuclear Medicine

American Society of Nuclear Cardiology

Cerescan

Parkinson Association of Southwest Florida