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Saint Joseph’s Diagnostic Imaging department features high tech equipment including the latest in PACS and voice recognition, with online results and image access available to our physicians. The department is staffed by experienced professionals, including board certified radiologists, licensed technologists and registered nurses, who perform a variety of diagnostic and interventional procedures. Radiologists read results on a 24/7/365 basis, with an average turnaround time of three hours in most cases.
Results are faxed to the referring physician upon completion, and radiologists are available to speak with physicians at any time.
To schedule testing, patients must have a prescription from a physician and should call in advance as some tests require an appointment and pre-authorization from their insurance carrier. Our imaging services include:
Services are available Monday through Saturday; equipment includes both computed and digital x-ray equipment. Walk-ins are available, but patients are encouraged to call in advance as some tests require an appointment and insurance pre-authorization.
Bone Density (DEXA)
Bone density testing assesses bone health and identifies patients at risk for osteoporosis.
State-of-the-art 64-slice CT imaging scanner.
Our 1.5 tesla MR scanner provides a wide range of services, including breast imaging. A short bore, wide opening scanner reduces the claustrophobic feeling many patients fear.
All aspects of breast imaging are available, including low dose digital mammography, ultrasound, MR and breast interventional procedures.
We offer general, cardiac, and therapeutic nuclear medicine services.
A wide range of ultrasound imaging is available, including vascular, OB/GYN, breast imaging and ultrasound-guided interventional procedures.
The hospital is equipped with a state-of-the-art hybrid interventional imaging suite located in the operating room, giving interventional radiologists and surgeons the best possible imaging guidance.
*Accredited by the American College of Radiology