Scott C. Brower R.Ph., B.C.N.P. and William C. McHugh R.Ph., Ph.D, founded Mid-America Isotopes, Inc. (MAI) in 1990.  Each founder has over 30 years of practice in nuclear medicine as a nuclear pharmacist. All of MAI pharmacists are either a Board Certified Nuclear Pharmacist, have a Doctorate of Pharmacy degree, or hold an advanced degree (Ph.D. in Medicinal Chemistry).

Mid-America Isotopes, Inc. is a radiopharmacy (also referred to as Nuclear Pharmacy) that provides nuclear medicine, technologist services, pharmaceuticals, equipment, and drug analysis to hospitals, clinics, and other health related businesses.

In addition to being a licensed pharmacy, MAI is a Licensed Drug Distributor with the State of Missouri and an approved CLIA Laboratory licensed with the Department of Health & Human Services.  These additional licenses allow us to provide our customers with services not currently offered by many radiopharmacies across the USA.  Many of these services are labor intensive and are extremely valued by our customers.

MAI designs and manufactures special equipment used in hospitals and nuclear pharmacies throughout North and South America, Europe, and Asia.

MAI holds a clinical affiliation with the University of Missouri.  Students enrolled in their nuclear medicine program will train under MAI radiopharmacists to learn radiopharmaceutical preparation, quality control procedures, radiation safety, and various other nuclear medicine procedures.  As a University of Missouri teaching affiliate, MAI radiopharmacists are extremely knowledgeable and up to date on the latest drugs and procedures used in nuclear medicine.

As a provider to the nuclear medicine community, MAI believes strongly in supporting nuclear medicine education and research.  MAI has been successful in this endeavor by providing cash donations, merchandise, and clinical instruction to the School of Health Professions (Nuclear Medicine Program) and the School of Pharmacy.