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Imaging/Radiology

Why Patients Choose North Shore-LIJ
for Imaging and Radiology

Medical imaging plays a critical role in diagnosing diseases and determining the most effective treatment options. Our subspecialized radiology team offers services for a wide range of medical conditions, and state-of-the-art facilities provide nationally recognized, high-quality care with a deep regard for patient comfort.

Our goal is to provide you and your doctor the patient's physician with the best possible information. We offer a wide range of diagnostic and interventional services, including bone density studies, angiograms, digital mammography, ultrasounds, cardiac imaging, CT scans, CT-guided biopsies, MRI , pediatric imaging, radiation oncology and more.

Patients choose North Shore-LIJ's imaging and radiology services for:

  • Expertise You Can Count On
    North Shore-LIJ Imaging features the largest group of subspecialized, fellowship-trained radiologists on Long Island. Through our computer systems your images can be sent to radiologists with the highest level of interpretive skills to assure that you get the most timely, accurate recommendations for follow-up care.
     
  • Precise Results, Rapid Communication
    We know how important it is for you and your doctor to receive prompt, accurate exam results. That’s why our radiologists are dedicated to rapid communication about the precise results of your procedure. Your images and reports are produced digitally for fast, efficient report retrieval. Images are also available to you on CD.
     
  • Convenient Locations
    Our services are available at several freestanding locations, including four centers dedicated to women’s imaging such as mammography. Our services are also available at North Shore-LIJ Health System hospitals.
     
  • Insurance Coverage
    North Shore-LIJ Imaging accepts most insurance plans. To ensure efficient registration, please be familiar with your insurance coverage. Pre-authorization for services may be required.