Find an Experienced Radiologist in New Jersey
The Medical Group of New Jersey makes you, the patient, our top priority at all times. Turn to us when you need a skilled radiologist in New Jersey to provide diagnostic medical imaging. We strive to make our office environment welcoming and relaxed to ease any anxiety you or your loved one may feel. Each member of our medical staff provides you with friendly, helpful care before, during, and after your visit.
What is Radiology?
Radiology is a form of diagnostic imaging that takes pictures of the inside of the body. This medical discipline is used to diagnose diseases, assess injuries, and determine the cause of uncomfortable symptoms. There is a subset of radiology known as interventional radiology which is used to diagnose and treat certain ailments through minimally invasive procedures.
The types of medical imaging procedures included in radiology are:
- CT scan
- PET scan
What Does A Radiologist Do?
Your radiologist is a medical doctor who specializes in diagnosing and treating injuries or diseases using medical imaging techniques. The types of medical conditions that a radiologist aims to diagnose ranges from broken bones, fractures, cancer, heart disease, and infections.
The Medical Group of New Jersey Cares About Providing Accurate Medical Images
The radiologists at The Medical Group of New Jersey have extensive knowledge of anatomy, physiology, and medical imaging technology in order to make accurate diagnoses and provide appropriate treatment recommendations. They collaborate closely with the other members of your medical team—such as primary care physicians, surgeons, and oncologists. Additionally, as your dedicated radiologist, they play a significant role in the comprehensive diagnosis and treatment plan for you or your loved one. They also actively participate in monitoring progress and evaluating the effectiveness of treatments.
The radiologists at The Medical Group of New Jersey work closely with technologists and other healthcare professionals to ensure that imaging equipment functions properly so the results are precise. They also prioritize your safety by making sure that you receive the lowest possible dose of radiation necessary to produce accurate images.
Contact us to request an appointment for your next diagnostic imaging test.