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We take great pride in our specialty, our team, our facilities, and our new and expanding services. You can feel the same confidence and comfort in our radiology department that you would with that at any major or university-based medical center – and we work to earn that trust with a high level of performance, while offering personal, convenient, neighborhood care.
In order to create detailed images of the inside of the body, radiologists utilize X-rays, magnetic waves, and ultrasound. Then, using such photos, medical professionals may identify and classify diseases and injuries, as well as develop treatment strategies.
The Radiology Department in the hospital offers new high-performance equipment together with a hospital-wide, all digital imaging, archival, and retrieval system establishes.

Our Services:

  • All ultrasound scans and Colour Doppler Ultrasound.
  • All CT scans.
  • Department of Nuclear Medicine.
  • Early detection of fetal anomalies in 4D ultrasound.
  • MRI scans.
  • Bone Densitometry or DEXA scan .
  • Mammography (Mammogram) and screening breast tumors.
  • Panoramic Dental X-ray.

Radiology Services Offered

The first step in a successful treatment is the right treatment. All imaging procedures are performed with patient safety in mind, and every effort is made to provide high-quality results while exposing the patient to the least amount of radiation possible.

  • Breast Ultrasound :

    Breast ultrasound is a non-invasive, non-radiation test that employs sound waves to detect possible abnormalities in breast tissue and detect disease.

  • CT scanning is an imaging technique that produces detailed images of internal organs, bones, and tissue.

  • A method called digital mammography can spot problems like breast cancer. It is replacing traditional X-rays with electronic images of the breast.

  • MRA is the use of MRI imaging to study a patient’s blood arteries after contrast material is injected. The brain, heart, kidneys, gastrointestinal tract, aorta, neck, chest, limbs, and the pulmonary system can all be imaged with this method.

  • Magnetic resonance imaging creates clear, detailed images of inside organs and tissues by using radio waves and a strong magnetic field. There is no radiation exposure because no X-rays are performed.

  • A very small quantity of radiation is used by X-ray (also known as radiography) to create images of the inside of the body. The earliest and most used type of medical imaging is the use of X-rays.


The department also provides expert management for the entire range of Expert Doctors.

Walter White

Chief Medical Officer

Sarah Jhonson


William Anderson