Palmars Hospital provides a full range of diagnostic radiology procedures, including X-rays, computed tomography, magnetic resonance and interventional radiology procedures.
Board-certified radiologists at Palmars Hospital deliver access to technological advance using the lowest possible dose of radiation to perform your imaging exam. From child-sized equipment in kid-friendly rooms to MRI scanners with wider openings for adult patients our radiologists will do everything possible to assure your physical comfort while acquiring the diagnostic images we need.
Our team of radiologists and technologists perform high volume imaging exams per year, giving us the experience and expertise to accurately diagnose even rare or hard-to-spot conditions.
A national leader in radiological services, Palmars Hospital continues to pioneer new techniques to provide better patient care. We provide a fast, accurate diagnosis so you can get a treatment plan specifically tailored to your needs.
Our radiologists can conduct exams more quickly than many other providers. Your transcribed report will be immediately accessible to your doctor through your electronic medical record.
Our radiologists subspecialize in interpreting images from specific body regions providing detailed analyses that guide referring physicians with the information needed to make an informed diagnosis.
Imaging sub-specialties include:
- Abdominal imaging
- Breast imaging
- Cardiothoracic imaging
- Interventional radiology
- Interventional oncology
- Musculoskeletal radiology
- Nuclear medicine
- Pediatric radiology
Imaging services include:
- Barium studies (enema, swallow, upper GI)
- Bone density scan (DXA)
- Bone scan
- Cardiac imaging and stress tests
- CT—computed tomography, CAT scan and CT arthography
- CTA—CT angiogram (computed tomography angiography)
- Mammogram—including screening, diagnostic and 3D Tomosynthesis
- MRA (magnetic resonance angiogram)
- MRI (magnetic resonance imaging), MR, and MR arthography
- Nuclear medicine scan
- PET/CT (positron emission tomography)
- PET/MRI (positron emission tomography/magnetic resonance imaging)
- Ultrasound (sonogram)
- Virtual colonoscopy/CT colonography
- SPECT/CT, single photon emission computed tomography
- Whole body imaging for cancer
- X-ray (radiography)
- 3D imaging and advanced visualization