Through a collaboration with NY Imaging Specialists, patients can benefit from the highest-quality advanced imaging in a patient-centered and compassionate environment, with the comfort and convenience of being close to home.
Our board-certified radiologists are dedicated to providing the highest-quality advanced imaging in a patient-centered and compassionate environment, with the comfort and convenience of being close to home. We are an ACR-accredited facility with accreditation in CT, PET/CT, and Ultrasound.
We recognize the necessity of radiologic imaging in our patients care and offer a comprehensive range of cutting-edge diagnostic imaging services from state-of-the-art modalities.
Radiology reports will be generated and sent electronically to your ordering physician immediately following a dictation. This significantly decreases the turn-around time of reports.
CT Scan - Computer tomography scan or more popularly known as CT scans are a non-invasive diagnostic imaging procedure utilizing a combination of computer and X-ray technology to generate accurate and detailed images of body structures including organs, blood vessels, tissues, and bones. Widely regarded as one of the most important medical developments of the past century, it is a valuable medical diagnostic tool that allows specialists to more easily and accurately diagnose diseases.
Interventional Radiology & Oncology - Interventional radiology is a cutting-edge field of medicine that uses minimally invasive approaches to treat many conditions which otherwise would require more invasive surgery. Interventional Radiologists perform these minimally invasive procedures using image guidance (X-ray, CT, ultrasound, and MRI).
MRI - MRI or Magnetic Resonance Imaging is a technique used to get detailed images of the organs and tissues within your body. It is a non-invasive, needle-free, safe procedure that uses magnetic fields or radio frequencies to generate anatomical images required for your diagnosis.
PET/CT Scan - PET/CT scan is a type of procedure that makes use of images from two technologies in determining the exact location of an abnormality in the body and consequently, detecting diseases such as cancer and other abnormalities. Positron emission tomography (PET) uses controlled amounts of a radioactive substance, called a radiotracer, in measuring cell activity in an organ or tissue.
Radionuclide Therapies - Radionuclide therapies utilize radiopharmaceutical drugs that target specific types of tumors. Releasing energy, these drugs can bring radiation to tumors in targeted doses and therefore sparing normal and healthy tissues.
Transthoracic Echocardiogram (TTE) - A TTE is a noninvasive ultrasound – using high-frequency soundwaves to create moving images of your heart through the chest wall. There is NO radiation when getting a TTE. A TTE gives your doctor a good view of your overall heart health.
Ultrasound - Ultrasound is one of the most popular medical imaging technologies. Utilizing sound waves, Ultrasounds can produce images of internal organs and other soft-tissue structures – including blood vessels and muscles. The high-frequency sound waes are imperceptible to the human ears and painless.