St. Joseph’s Area Health Services offers the latest diagnostic
technologies in a friendly, close-to-home setting.
St. Joseph’s radiology services offer local residents access to state-of-the-art diagnostic and treatment procedures around the clock without traveling far from home. Our tele-radiology system keeps a radiologist in contact as needed for CT image interpretation to provide faster results. This provides better service and ultimately better care for patients.
The radiology department is nearly film-free with PACS (Picture Archiving and Communication Systems). This allows for almost instantaneous image access on site and a host of capabilities to transmit images to local physicians as well as provide a easily carried CDs for those needing to make a consult.
We also use the #1-ranked Computerized Radiography system, which is a film-free electronic means to do x-rays. In addition, we have ultrasound capable of 3-D imaging, as well CT with advanced post-processing capabilities and software. Specially trained and registered mammography technologists are available for screening and diagnostic mammograms, helping to keep area residents healthy.
St. Joseph’s Area Health Services offers advanced diagnostic care with flexible schedule and competitive fees that include:
- Computerized tomography (CT) scans
- Magnetic resonance Imaging (MRI)
- Mammography and stereotactic breast biopsy
- Nuclear medicine
- Tele-radiology and PACs
- X-rays (CR - Computerized Radiography)
- DEXA (Bone Density testing)
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Professional laboratory staff perform 98% of all diagnostic and medical tests ordered by area physicians at our JCAHO and CLIA-certified hospital lab. Routine and emergency lab work is provided 24 hours a day, seven days a week using state-of-the-art instrumentation.
Services offered are:
- Blood gases
- Blood transfusion services
- Chemistry profiles
- Therapeutic drug monitoring