Imaging / Radiology
Diagnostic Imaging & Radiology: MRIs, X-Rays, Ultrasounds and CT Scans
A Letter From Our Chair
Welcome to the St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center Department of Radiology.
We are dedicated to providing you with top quality, professional imaging services. Our highly-skilled team of board-certified radiologists, technologists and nurses works as a closely integrated team to ensure the best possible outcomes for our patients. We strive for close collaboration with our clinical colleagues in the Steward system and beyond to optimize patient outcomes and patient satisfaction. Our singular focus on quality and safety ensures the best care for all of our patients.
St. Elizabeth's Radiology utilizes the latest imaging technology, including computerized and digital radiography, 2-D and 3-D ultrasound, multi detector CT with state-of-the-art radiation reduction protocols, advanced MRI, and 3-D mammographic tomosynthesis with computer assisted diagnosis (CAD). Our CT, ultrasound and MRI scanners and breast imaing section are accredited by the American College of Radiology. We also perform a wide variety of interventional radiology procedures, including advanced interventional oncology treatments and women’s health interventions.
As part of our dedication to quality, we encourage ordering providers to consult with us directly at any time, before or after imaging has been obtained. Patients can also request a consultation with a radiologist by calling 617-789-2740. Our goal as a department is to be accessible and to be a highly integrated part of the patient care delivery team at Steward.
The St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center Department of Radiology
Diagnostic Imaging Services
St. Elizabeth’s radiology specialists are experts at procedures for the cardiovascular system, abdominal cavity, spine, bones and soft tissues. Interventional radiology is a sub-specialty of radiology utilizing minimally invasive, image-guided procedures to diagnose and treat disease. These procedures have less risk, less pain and shorter recovery time compared to open surgery.