Overview

We provide our patients with advanced diagnostic imaging services. Our facility is accredited by the American College of Radiology (ACR), which is an organization dedicated to providing quality patient care and ensuring that all appropriate safety standards are upheld. We offer full modality, advanced imaging services at our center. Our network of experts provide speciality care imaging services to our patients.

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Procedures

Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)

MRI studies of all body areas (Brain, Head and Neck, Spine, Chest, Abdomen, Pelvis, Genitourinary, and Musculoskeletal) are available using quality MRI equipment, and interpreted by experienced Radiologists. An MRI uses a strong magnetic field and rapid pulses of radio frequency waves to produce quality diagnostic images. The examination is safe, painless and there is no radiation.

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Computed Tomography (CT)

A CT Scan is a noninvasive medical test that helps physicians diagnose and treat medical conditions by using advanced X-ray technology which takes pictures of your body. We provide high resolution CT scanning of all body areas (Brain, Head, Neck, Spine, Chest, Abdomen, Pelvis, Genitourinary, and Musculoskeletal) using advanced X-ray technology.

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X-Ray

We offer the full range of diagnostic X-ray studies including chest, musculoskeletal and abdominal studies. An X-ray is a non-invasive diagnostic test that involves a low dose of radiation. An X-ray “beam” is used to produce images of various parts of the body. Because it is limited to the area of interest it is a safe diagnostic tool.

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Ultrasound

We offer different types of ultrasound exams including abdomen, carotids, venous, pelvis, thyroid, renal, scrotum, and obstetrical. Ultrasound is able to capture moving images of pelvic and abdominal structures. We are able to view a developing fetus on a real time unit, among other applications. When enhanced with a special technique called Doppler, ultrasounds also capture blood flow within the vessels.

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Before Your Exam

1. Schedule your appointment.

2. You need to have your prescription, insurance card, and any related insurance forms or pre-approvals.

3. Bring all available prior imaging results.

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After Your Exam

1. The Technologist will transfer the images from your exam to our Radiologists, who will analyze the examined part of your body.

2. The Radiologist will dictate a diagnostic report which will be faxed, mailed or transmitted electronically to your physician. Your doctor will contact you with the results.

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