Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology
When you think of a great hospital, what comes to mind? Knowledgeable and friendly doctors and staff? An acute focus on safety? Comfortable surroundings? Being seen promptly? Access to the latest technology?
At Community Hospital, we believe all of these are important elements in the quality of your care. Our Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology services are intertwined with almost every hospital service, from orthopedics to cardiology to cancer, and the level of care you receive during radiology tests and procedures is a reflection of what you can expect of your entire experience at Community Hospital.
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We are always working to bring the most advanced care you will find anywhere to our community, efficiently and safely. Our goal is to have your results to you within 24 hours.
How to prepare for your radiology procedure
How to understand your radiology report
Regular screenings are key to maintaining good health. Early detection is the single most important factor in our ability to treat a serious condition.
Recommended cancer screenings
Focus on safety
We know you are concerned about safety when it comes to the use of radiation in imaging — and so are we. Our team of board-certified radiologists and expertly trained technologists are committed to using the lowest dose of radiation possible to acquire images. Community Hospital takes part in the American College of Radiology’s Image Gently™ and Image Wisely campaigns, for children and adults, respectively. The campaigns raise awareness of opportunities to eliminate unnecessary imaging examinations and to lower radiation in necessary imaging examinations to only that needed to acquire appropriate images. Read more about our safety efforts and questions you can ask to ensure that your imaging studies are being done as safely as possible.
What you should know about radiation safety
If radiation is part of your cancer treatment, we offer radiation therapy orientation for you and your family. Tour the department, meet the staff, and get your questions answered before treatment starts. Knowing what to expect can really make a difference.