At Long Island Community Hospital, we provide a full range of inpatient and outpatient Radiology Imaging Services to meet the needs of our community.
Our radiology service is accredited by the American College of Radiology and strives to provide the highest quality imaging in comfortable and compassionate environment. Our radiologists are board certified by the American College of Radiology and our radiology technologists are members of the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists and the American Registry for Diagnostic Medical Sonography and are licensed by the State of New York.
We offer advanced imaging technology including an all-digital PACS (picture archiving communication system), which allows the images to quickly be available to your physician.
Inpatient Radiology Imaging Services
Diagnostic imaging for inpatient care is one of the most important functions of our team. Quality imaging and experienced interpretation are hallmarks of our radiology team in supporting the hospital in providing quality care for our inpatients. Our radiology team are also key members of Long Island Community Hospital’s Level III Trauma Center and the Designated Stroke Center. Diagnostic imaging services are available 24 hours a day for emergency care.
We use sophisticated technology that helps to reduce imaging time and use protocols to achieve high quality images with the lowest dose of radiation possible.
Our advanced technology includes:
Our new advanced 1.5 Tesla short bore MRI scanner includes special features aimed at reducing patient anxiety during the exam, including ambient light and sound, as well as video screens displaying soothing images.
Outpatient Radiology Imaging Services
Long Island Community Hospital Radiology Outpatient Imaging Services offer skilled and experienced care delivered in a comfortable professional environment.
At our Radiology Imaging Facilities, you will meet a respected team of caring radiologists, technologists and clerical staff devoted to providing outpatient imaging services on Long Island. LI Community Hospital radiologists are board certified by the American College of Radiology. Our technical staff is made up of members of the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists and the American Registry for Diagnostic Medical Sonography and licensed by the State of New York.
We are dedicated to providing the highest level of Imaging Services to the many communities we serve. Our strength is our dedication to excellence in serving the needs of our patients, referring physicians and employees. We provide a full range of diagnostic services – including diagnostic X-ray, CT scans and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) – in a comfortable, welcoming environment.
A filmless environment, complete with a picture archiving and communication system (PACS) and full digital radiography, we digitally store, transmit and display radiology images, enabling your physicians to immediately view your results to help speed diagnosis and treatment.
Our office is conveniently located and offers extended hours to meet our patients’ needs. To make an appointment, please call 631.654.7448. For any other questions, please call 631.654.7287.
HOURS OF OPERATION
Monday: 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Tuesday: 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Wednesday: 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Thursday: 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Friday: 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Important News About Our Outpatient Imaging Care Services at our 100 Hospital Road Location
Long Island Community Hospital’s Outpatient Imaging at 100 Hospital Road will be closing effective May 31, 2023. Outpatient Diagnostic X-rays will be performed in the hospital at 101 Hospital Road.
For additional information please contact:
Mervin Wauchope, MHA
Department of Radiology
A general X-ray exam of the body is used to help diagnose a wide variety of conditions. Digital X-ray systems, such as the one we use both at our Hospital and our Outpatient Imaging Center, require no X-ray film, and images are ready virtually immediately, which helps speed diagnosis so treatment can begin faster.
A CT uses a moving X-ray tube and computers to acquire images, analyze the data and display all parts of the body in sections including 3D images. Some exams require the use of a contrast medium to help visualize certain parts inside the body.
Having a CT Scan?
You may be instructed by your physician to be well-hydrated but avoid solid food four to six hours prior to the exam. Also remember:
- Inform your doctor if you have iodine or shellfish allergies and if you have a history of asthma.
- Let your physician know if you are pregnant since pregnant women should avoid exposure from X-rays used in CT scans and other medical exams.
- You may be asked to hold your breath for several seconds and to remain motionless during the short time the image is taken by the scanner.
- After your trouble-free exam, all normal activities may be resumed unless otherwise noted by your physician.