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Radiology

The Radiology Department provides patients a full range of services including CAT scans, MRI, ultrasounds, nuclear medicine and digital mammography.

With an experienced staff all certified, licensed and specially trained technologists, we pride ourselves on providing excellent service with a 24-hour turnaround or faster on radiology reports. 


That means your diagnosis is confirmed more quickly and you can get on your way to better health.

Using PACS (Picture Archiving and Communications System), 100 percent digital, filmless environment, we are able to improve patient care by providing physicians with more timely access to patient reports resulting in more accurate diagnosis and improved treatment plans.

Our staff radiologists are accredited by the American College of Radiology.

St. Vincent Charity Medical Center operates diagnostic imaging at two locations:

Main Campus Downtown

2351 East 22nd Street,
Cleveland, Ohio - 44115

Same-day appointments are available and can be made by calling Community Wide Scheduling at 216-241-6201. If you have questions about the procedures, please contact our main radiology department at 216-363-2592.

As a full-service radiology department, our Main Campus location handles all inpatient as well as outpatient radiology needs, including:

MRI
Magnetic Resonance Imaging is a painless and safe diagnostic procedure that uses a very powerful magnet and radio waves to produce highly detailed images of organs, tissues, and bodily structures without the use of X-rays or other forms of radiation.
Ultrasound
Creates images using sound waves to look at the organs in the body.
CT or CAT Scan
Uses x-ray from many different viewpoints to create a detailed image of the body.
Nuclear Medicine
Utilizes injections so that a certain area of the body can be scanned to detect abnormalities such as thyroid disorders or heart conditions.

Digital Mammography
Uses digital imaging to examine breast tissue.
X-ray
Uses images and light to show different structures such as bone or tissue.
Bone Densitometry
Measures the amount of bone mineral present and tests for osteoporosis or fracture.
Special Procedures

Interventional radiology, angiography (imaging of blood vessels), angioplasty (placement and management of stents to open narrowed or blocked arteries), dialysis catheters and shunts.

Diagnostic Imaging Center at Rockside

4400 Rockside Road,
Independence, Ohio - 44131

Located on Rockside Road in the same building as Independence Urgent Care, this facility has free parking and experienced staff who will ensure that your visit is stress-free.

Hours:

7 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday
7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday
Saturdays available upon request

 

Patients will find state-of-the-art imaging technology in a convenient, pleasant atmosphere at the St. Vincent Charity Medical Center Diagnostic Imaging Center at Rockside.

MRI
Magnetic Resonance Imaging is a painless and safe diagnostic procedure that uses a very powerful magnet and radio waves to produce highly detailed images of organs, tissues, and bodily structures without the use of X-rays or other forms of radiation. Rockside location features an open-bore MRI that is bariatric capable.
Ultrasound
Creates images using sound waves to look at the organs in the body.

CT or CAT Scan
Uses x-ray from many different viewpoints to create a detailed image of the body.
Nuclear Medicine
Utilizes injections so that a certain area of the body can be scanned to detect abnormalities such as thyroid disorders or heart conditions.
X-ray
Uses images and light to show different structures such as bone or tissue.

We are proud to be a member of the National Orthopedic Imaging Associates network.

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