radiology_webExceptional Standards of Care

Raritan Bay Medical Center’s Diagnostic Radiology department meets the highest standards of care, including accreditation by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations and licensure by the New Jersey Department of Health. The medical center’s Mammography Unit is also accredited by the American College of Radiology and the Food & Drug Administration.

Convenient Hours

Outpatient radiology services are conveniently available for day, evening and weekend appointments. For more information or to schedule an appointment at Raritan Bay Medical Center’s Perth Amboy or Old Bridge location, please call 732.324.5270.

Raritan Bay Medical Center’s Diagnostic Radiology department offers a full complement of outpatient services aimed at detecting, staging and sometimes treating a broad range of diseases. These include:

Computed Tomography/ Positron Emission Tomography (CT/PET) Scanning, Old Bridge – Combining the capabilities of two scanning devices, this cutting edge equipment is used to identify cancer as well as early-stage Alzheimer’s disease. The technology measures the metabolic activity of cancer cells while pinpointing their location in the body, offering a complete and precise diagnosis.

Computed Tomography (CT) Scanning – Multi-detector scanning provides vivid, three dimensional imaging for diagnosing numerous medical conditions. The technology is especially helpful for angiography, or vascular studies, allowing many patients to avoid more invasive diagnostic procedures.

Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) – This premier diagnostic tool provides detailed, high-resolution images of the head, chest, extremities and other areas.

Mammography/Stereotactic Core Needle Biopsy – Combined with Raritan Bay Medical Center’s “double read” protocol, whereby two radiologists independently review test results.  These technologies ensure thorough, accurate diagnoses of breast cancer and breast abnormalities.

DEXA Scanner, Old Bridge – Bone densitometry measures bone mass to assist in the detection of osteoporosis.

X-rays – Digital, low-radiation X-ray equipment provides routine imaging of the head, neck, chest, spine, pelvis, extremities and abdomen.

Ultrasound – Advanced ultrasound utilizes sound waves to create visualizations of the chest, breast, abdomen, pelvis and blood vessels.

Angiography, Perth Amboy – This interventional modality reveals blockages and malformations of the vascular system.

Vertabroplasty – Representing a breakthrough treatment for osteoporosis, this minimally invasive procedure alleviates pain from compression spinal fractures.

Healing Starts Here

The first step on the road to recovery is knowing where to begin.  That’s why Raritan Bay Medical Center’s department of Diagnostic radiology ensures patients have access to the latest advances for diagnosing illness and injury, so they have the best possible starts in their treatment programs.

Our state-of-the-art outpatient facilities, located on both Perth Amboy and Old Bridge locations, are equipped with the most sophisticated tools and imaging technologies, as well as a growing array of therapeutic and interventional modalities to facilitate the healing process.

The department also features a picture archival and communications system (PACS) that allows physicians to review test results the moment they’re available form virtually any location with computer access.  No waiting form films.  No waiting to get to the hospital.  This digital system promotes quicker diagnoses, quicker treatment and more promising outcomes – which is the goal behind everything we do.

Furthermore, Raritan May Medical Center’s breakthrough technologies are matched by an equally impressive team of experience, board-certified radiologist and licensed technologists.  Our team performs more than 135,000 studies each year, putting on the right paths to better health.