Imaging and Diagnostic Radiology

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Main Line Health provides a full range of diagnostic imaging and interventional radiology services at several locations throughout the Philadelphia area. Radiologists at Main Line Health use the latest technologies to perform imaging tests quickly, accurately and comfortably.

The board-certified radiologists at Main Line Health are extensively trained in reading complex images and spotting abnormalities. We bring our expertise to multidisciplinary teams throughout our hospital system, reading results for tumor boards and a variety of other treatment and research teams. Our program is accredited by the American College of Radiology, which means that both our equipment and our doctors have met or exceeded a set of rigorous quality standards. When it comes to excellence in radiology, we measure up against hospital systems across the country.

Schedule an imaging appointment

Conveniently book your DEXA scan, mammogram, ultrasound or X-Ray online or schedule by phone at 484.580.1800.

Find the care you need

Our radiology and imaging experts offer services to meet your specific needs. Learn more about Main Line Health's programs to discover the right care for your loved ones.

Main Line Health provides a full range of diagnostic imaging and radiology services including mammography, X-ray, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), computed tomography (CT) scans, ultrasound services, nuclear medicine, DEXA scan and more – at several convenient locations throughout the Philadelphia suburbs.

Interventional Radiology is an area of medicine which combines diagnostic imaging with minimally invasive procedures. Interventional radiologists are involved in the treatment of the patient, as well as the diagnosis of disease.

Learn more about interventional radiology

Nuclear medicine is a radiology sub-specialty encompassing a number of studies in which a small dose of radioactive material is administered to a patient, allowed to disperse through the body, and then imaged with a special camera that detects the radiation emitted from the body. These types of studies produce images of body anatomy and function that cannot be obtained by other methods.

Learn more about nuclear medicine

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