Radiology is a medical specialty that focues on creating highly detailed pictures of the inside of the body using advanced technology to make sure that your medical team has the information they need to plan the best course of action in your care. Our department is made up of a dedicated team of radiologists and diagnostic imaging staff who use the latest technologies and techniques to make sure your procedure is successful and that the information it provides is extremely accurate.

Below are answers to some frequently asked questions for radiology and X-ray exams:

Do I need a doctor’s order to have an X-ray?

May I take a prescribed medication when the preparation for an exam states: "nothing to eat or drink after midnight"?

Do I need an appointment to have an X-ray?

What type of preparation do I have to do for upper GI, barium enema, voiding cysto-urethrograms?

When will I get the results of my X-ray exam?

What if I am pregnant?

If I have to take a laxative, what kind of a laxative should I take?

How long will I have to wait for my exam?

Can my family member be in the examination room when the exam is being done?