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Medical Imaging is a full service department at St. Mary. We offer a comprehensive service line, expertly staffed by experienced and highly qualified professionals. Click here to read about our newly expanded services in Richboro.

St. Mary provided the following imaging services:

  • MRI and Open MRI MRI uses a powerful magnet and radio waves to create computer images, allowing the detection of abnormalities in soft tissues and primary organs. Non-invasive prostrate MRI provides accurate images, without discomfort, for diagnosing and planning treatment of prostate cancer. Breast MRI helps evaluate cases that are difficult to assess with conventional mammography or ultrasound. 
  • CT Scans (Computerized Axial Tomography) – A CT scan uses a computer to combine a series of x-rays to produce a 3-D image of internal organs or structures. Our helical CT scanner is fast and accurate. Our wide-bore CT performs specialized studies and can accommodate larger patients. Our 64-slice VCT produces images in great detail for diagnosing heart disease, stroke or trauma. Low Dose CT (LDCT) aids in the detection of early lung cancer.
  • Cardiac Imaging  and Calcium Scoring
  • Diagnostic X-Rays Fast, effective way to view bone structure and some soft tissues, such as lungs.
  • Digital Mammography – Aids in early detection of breast cancer. Digital computer-assisted detection provides an automatic second opinion.
  • PET-CT – A nuclear medicine technology showing cell metabolism as a 3-D rendering of a tumor.
  • Ultrahigh Frequency Sound Waves used to create a picture of soft tissue.
  • Nuclear Medicine
  • Minimally Invasive Breast Biopsy A hollow needle guided by computerized x-ray extracts a small tissue sample for biopsy analysis.
  • Fluoroscopy - An x-ray and fluorescent screen system showing real-time images, often of the gastrointestinal tract.
  • DEXA Scans – Helps detect osteoporosis by measuring bone density.
  • IVP (Intravenous Pyelogram) Uses an x-ray and contrast material to check for blockages or abnormalities in the kidneys or ureters.

Our radiologists use the PowerScribe
voice recognition system to dictate
fast and accurate tests results.

Remember to:

  • Bring your Doctor’s order for the test. This "script" specifically details the test to be performed.
  • Bring a "Referral" if required by your insurance company. Some referrals can be sent "electronically" others you will need to pick up at your doctor’s office. Check with your doctor’s office on this procedure.
  • Bring you insurance card. Bring it each visit, even if you have been here recently. This provides us with more accurate billing information.
  • Bring your driver’s license or another "picture" form of ID.
  • If your medical co-payment poses a financial hardship, please contact the billing office at 215-710-6500.

Centralized Scheduling for Imaging

Click here for Imaging Hours of Operation

Online Appointment Request
Routine x-rays do not require an appointment