A CT Scan - sometimes called CAT scanning - is a noninvasive imaging exam that helps physicians diagnose and treat medical conditions.
The CT scanner is a doughnut shaped machine that uses advanced x-ray technology to take pictures of your body. A computer then reconstructs the data into cross-sectional pictures of your body, called slices or sections. CT technology allows radiologists and your referring physician the ability to see more than what a regular x-ray would provide. CT technology makes it possible to diagnose certain diseases earlier and more accurately than with other imaging tools.
The Center for Diagnostic Imaging at Nyack Hospital offers patients the newest scanner technology available, providing images of exceptional quality. Higher quality images mean more information for your physician to diagnose and plan the treatment for your medical condition.
Because some patients are busy from 9am - 5 pm, we're open from 7 am - 7 pm, 7 days a week. We also provide 24-hour emergency coverage.
Please call 845.348.SCAN to schedule an appointment.