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Fast, Accurate Diagnosis

Obtaining accurate diagnostic imaging is one of the first and most crucial steps in getting the treatment you need. At Saint Vincent Hospital, our skilled radiologists provide a full range of imaging procedures using advanced technology. Our inpatient and outpatient diagnostic team provides you with a friendly environment and delivers high-quality imaging and service for both you and your referring doctor.

Comprehensive Imaging Services

From MRI scan to ultrasound, the imaging department at Saint Vincent Hospital offers advanced filmless radiology to provide quick and accurate diagnoses, so you can receive the treatment you require. We offer a full array of diagnostic, interventional and therapeutic radiologic and nuclear medicine services provided by board certified radiiologists.

Our radiology services include:

  • Three fully accredited mammographic suites
  • 3D mammography
  • Stereotactic biopsy unit
  • Computed radiography
  • Digital fluoroscopy
  • Three multi-slice CT scanners
  • Digital angiography
  • Nuclear Medicine
  • Interventional Radiology
  • PET/CT
  • Ultrasound
  • Three nuclear medicine gamma cameras with SPECT capability
  • 1.5 tesla wide bore MRI unit
  • Vascular and Interventional radiology procedures and biopsies performed by subspecialty interventional radiology physicians.
  • Picture Archival and Communications System (PACS)
    • Allows the Department of Radiology to electronically archive all image data
    • Features diagnostic workstations for immediate availability by the Radiologists
    • Makes images available via the radiology web server on any PC throughout the hospital (user ID and password are needed to access this information)
  • Voice recognition system that enhances the dictation process and decreases report turnaround time

Imaging Services Definitions

Schedule Your Appointment

To schedule your imaging test or screening, call (508) 363-9729.

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