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Radiology and Diagnostic Imaging

Diagnostic Imaging and Radiology

For Appointments, Call 866.596.8456

For Copies of Images or Radiologist Reports, Call 845.368.5000 (ext. 6120).

At Good Samaritan’s Department of Imaging Services, you’ll find a full range of diagnostic imaging studies and procedures, performed and stored on state-of-the-art digital equipment. You’ll also experience knowledgeable and personable radiologists, technologists and staff to make your imaging go as smoothly as possible.

Advanced Diagnostic Imaging Services

Concerned about radiation exposure?

We understand, which is why our radiologists have taken the Image GentlyTM Pledge—a nationwide effort to, whenever possible:

  • Significantly reduce the amount of radiation used, particularly in children
  • Scan only when necessary, and when we do, only that part of the body necessary to the test
  • Scan once instead of using tests with and without contrast material (multi-phase scanning is rarely helpful in children, studies have found)

Today’s imaging technology provides you and your doctor with incredibly valuable medical information—it could even save your life. The key is to get the information you need, in the safest way possible.  

Hours and Appointments

The Department of Imaging Services

For appointments (call 7 a.m. - 6 p.m., Monday thru Friday): 866.596.8456 (evening and weekend hours are available for regular Xray's, CTs, MRIs, Ultrasounds, Vascular and Women’s Imaging) After business hours, call: 845.368.5000, x6125

For questions on insurance coverage: 866.596.8456

House Calls

How does advanced imaging technology help physicians identify diseases and help determine treatment options? Scott Luchs, MD, Director of Radiology, and Daniel Dipaola, Manager of Radiology at Good Samaritan Hospital, a member of the Westchester Medical Center Health Network, discussed the role of MRI, CT scanners and other diagnostic technology in the hospital’s new Radiology Department on WRCR Radio’s “House Calls.”