Medical Dosimeter Badge Services for Every Organization

Medical Dosimetry, Radiation Safety, and Compliance

Radiation Detection Company has helped thousands of medical practices protect their employees with reliable radiation monitoring and safety since 1949. We can help you, too.

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You need on-time, headache-free dosimetry badge service

RDC makes it easy for healthcare providers to get compliant, stay safe, and find more ease in your day-to-day.

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Congratulations! We know you don’t want to waste time jumping through countless hoops. We’ll help you get compliant quickly.

RDC provides innovative tech, easy-to-read reports, and exceptional customer care – without the hidden fees.

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Rising costs, hidden fees, coverage disruptions, and poor customer service create unnecessary headaches. You deserve better.

With RDC, you’ll get exactly what you pay for: outstanding continuous service and cost transparency from the very beginning.

Got Audited?

Unfamiliar equipment and new compliance requirements can be daunting, but we’ve got you covered.

RDC has offered US-based customer care to over 31,000 organizations since 1949. We have the industry expertise to help you, too.

Our Solutions

Medical dosimetry badge solutions for every need

Your long-term health is worth the investment. We’ve got solutions to make radiation safety part of your daily routine.

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OSL

(Optically Stimulated Luminescence)

  • Measures X-ray and gamma radiation
  • Most common for dental and veterinary offices
  • Great for whole body, area, and fetal monitoring
TLD Dosimeter on Blue Background

TLD

(Thermoluminescent Dosimeter)

  • Measures X-ray, beta, and gamma radiation
  • More common for medical fields 
  • Great for whole body, area, and fetal monitoring
TLD Dosimeter on Blue Background

TLD+ Neutron

(Thermoluminescent Dosimeter)

  • Measures X-ray, beta, gamma, and neutron radiation
  • More common for medical and nuclear fields
  • Great for whole body, area, and fetal monitoring
NetDose™ Dosimeter and Mobile application against a dark blue background next to a Top Rated Customer Service badge.

NetDose™ Dosimeter

(Digital Dosimeter)

  • Say goodbye to shipping badges for good
  • Gain peace of mind with increased dose granularity
  • Great for high dose environments
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TLD Ring

(Thermoluminescent Dosimeter)

  • Measures X-ray, beta, and gamma radiation
  • Measure extremity exposure during medical imaging procedures
  • Wear in addition to whole body badges
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How It Works

Let RDC check medical radiation badge service off your to-do list.​

We make it easy to monitor radiation exposure without disrupting your business.

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Clifton Surgey Center
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St. Joseph Hospital
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First and foremost your service is reliable. I like the flexibility of being able to add and remove user so easily. Your customer service is second to none. I value the fact that you have a service representative that is very dedicated and diligent in all that she does assigned to the accounts that I oversee as an administrator. Jessica is always there for us when we need her. Jessica is professional, reliable, knowledgeable and is a person of exemplary conduct. I would recommend your services to any of my clients.
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You are consistent with shipment of badges, and are very helpful and courteous when we have questions that need answering. Quick responses to emails, and schedule is on time with providing radiation badges, great customer service.

Case Study

How Boone Hospital achieved Cost Savings and Better Compliance with RDC's Dosimetry Program

While RSO Liesje Myers reviewed invoices with another company, she found that almost 20% of the dosimetry bill was going to extra fees outside of the badge price.

“It was costing the departments too much money. Once I started digging in, I was shocked at how many fees there were. There were so many things we got nickel and dimed on.” 

Though Boone had used the same provider for more than a decade, it was time to see what the other options were.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Find medical dosimetry answers

We’ve answered common medical dosimeter questions below, and you can always call us for live help.

What medical professionals experience radiation exposure?

Anyone working near radioactive materials or radiation-emitting equipment is at risk for exposure.

Locate the label on your radiation-emitting device to determine the type of radiation used in your office. Healthcare facilities, including hospitals and medical clinics, often utilize various imaging technologies that involve radiation, such as X-rays, CT scans, and fluoroscopy.

Dosimeter badges help monitor radiation exposure levels and ensure compliance with safety regulations.

Medical personnel should wear dosimeters to monitor their radiation exposure whenever working in an environment with radioactive materials or radiation-emitting equipment. Medical professionals should also follow radiation safety protocols and stay up-to-date with regular radiation safety training.

During radiation therapy, healthcare workers should also limit their time near radiation sources, use shielding equipment, maintain a safe distance, handle and dispose of radioactive materials properly, and ensure good ventilation and containment.

Medical practices should consult the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) for Occupational Dose Limits, as well as relevant state guidance.

We have more answers! Visit our FAQ page or call us if you need more support.

Looking for more? Explore our medical radiation resources.

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Which Personal X-Ray Dosimeter Is Right For Your Organization?​​

Discover the best medical dosimetry badge for your organization with our comprehensive guide. This post reviews all the factors to consider when choosing a personal X-ray dosimeter for your staff.

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Best Practices for Wearing and Maintaining an X-Ray Badge​

Discover the essential tips and guidelines for properly wearing and maintaining your X-ray badge to ensure accurate radiation exposure monitoring.

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