For nearly forty years, the radiologists at New York Radiology Partners have been working with our referring physicians to provide the highest quality care for the patients. We have over eighty-five world-renowned, board certified and subspecialty trained radiologists working around the clock to provide rapid, accurate results. Our physicians are affiliated with the esteemed Beth Israel Medical Center, St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center, and are part of the Continuum Health Partners.These relationships allow us to offer the highest level of professional services and subspecialty expertise that is unmatched in the New York metropolitan area. With ten locations across Manhattan, we are sure we can provide you with exceptional convenience that matches our dependable, high quality results.
At New York Radiology Partners, we are passionately committed to women’s health. This year in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we have become a Flagship Sponsor for the American Cancer Society’s “Making Strides against Breast Cancer Walk” scheduled for October 20th in New York City’s Central Park. Huge funds are required for ground breaking cancer research; for comprehensive support for diagnosed patients as well as ensuring access to breast imaging for all patients who need them. Partnering with American Cancer Society’s “Making Strides” to raise these funds further illustrates our commitment to breast cancer prevention. We hope that together with our dedicated radiologists, staff, referring clinicians, families, friends and patients that we will raise enough money to make that difference! So Join Our Team today by clicking this link and let’s get walking to support the American Cancer Society!
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New York Radiology is excited to announce a new online appointment scheduling option. Now you can request an appointment from anywhere and at anytime. Just click the link below to be directed to the online system. We will do our best to accommodate all your requests within 24 business hours. If you have any difficulties, please feel free to email us at email@example.com or call us! Of course you can still schedule your appointments by phone, if you prefer.
Lung cancer is a major disease that kills over 160,000 people annually; more than those who die from breast, prostate and colorectal cancers combined. The key defense for survival is early detection. As recently recommended by U.S. Preventive Services Task Force – long-term and former heavy smokers having an annual, low-dose lung CT can save lives by detecting cancer early when it’s most treatable.
Qualifications for a Lung Cancer Screening:
* The pack-year history is defined by the number of years you smoked multiplied by your usual number of packs of cigarettes per day. For example, someone who has smoked about 2 packs per day for 15 years has a 30 pack-years of smoking. A person who has smoked one pack per day for 30 years also has 30 pack-years of smoking.
What to expect during your Lung Cancer Screening:
Schedule your appointment by calling 212.590.2900
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We at New York Radiology are dedicated to help women fight breast cancer. We specialize in the early detection, diagnosis and monitoring of breast cancer. We try to make prevention as easy as possible by offering online appointment scheduling and evening and weekend appointments. You do not even need an insurance referral. Did you know that if you are a women over 40 years old, you should have annual mammograms? No time is better than during Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Below are photos of our doctors and staff celebrating the 2.5 Million Breast Cancer survivors. Don't Risk it call to schedule at 1 (866) 670-6050 or online at www.nyrp.com/mammogram.
Screening Mammography detects more Breast Cancer than any other detection method. At New York Radiology Partners, we are committed to providing you with the finest quality digital mammography services available.
The earlier breast cancer is discovered, the earlier it is treated, the better your chances are for survival.
Don't Risk it. Catch Breast Cancer Early. Get Regular Screenings. We invite you to schedule today!
New York Radiology Partners would like to congratulate Dr. Artie DeLara, Dr. Munir Ghesani, Dr. C. Richard Goldfarb, Dr. Daniel Lefton, Dr. Kevin Math, Dr. H. Charles Pfaff, and Dr. James Silberzweig on being named to 2013 Super Doctors. These doctors are listed in the "Super Doctors" issue of The New York Times Magazine, indicating that they are top doctors in their field as nominated by their peers through the independent research of Key Professional Media.
Please follow this link for more information about Super Doctors 2013.
New York Radiology Partners would like to congratulateand Dr. Roy Holliday, Dr. Kevin Math, Dr. H. Charles Pfaff, Dr. Daniel Lefton, Dr. C. Richard Goldfarb , Dr. Joseph Shams and Dr. Munir Ghesani on being named one of the New York Metro Area's Top Doctors for 2013 by Castle Connolly Medical ltd. Dr. Roy Holliday has been named a Top Doctor for five consecutive years straight. Dr. Math has been named a Top Doctor for the second year in a row.
Below is listed our physicians that have been honored to present at RSNA this year as experts in the field of radiology:
New York Healthcare is now offering SPECT/CT.
There are many different reasons why your doctor may feel SPECT/CT is the right test for you. SPECT –Single Photon Emission Computed Tomography – is a type of nuclear imaging that allows your physician to see the activity of structures deep within your body. It incorporates the strengths of functional and anatomic imaging techniques in a single test to provide more precise and more accurate information than can be obtained from either test alone. Click here to learn more about SPECT/CT and the many different medical specialties that find the SPECT/CT useful for their patients.
New York Radiology Partners would like to congratulate Dr. Holliday, Dr. Math and Dr. Goldfarb for being recognized as 2012 NY Magazine's Best Doctors.
New Study on Mammography Screening
A new study shows that screening mammography cuts the risk of breast cancer death by half. Don't Risk It! Schedule today at 1 (866) 670-6050.
Radiation Safety in Adult and Children Medical Imaging
Congratulations to the physicians of New York Radiology Partners for becoming one of largest practices in the Tristate area to have 100% support of both the Image Gently and Image Wisely Pledge. The recent tragedy in Japan has heightened public awareness of the importance of radiation safety. We, at New York Radiology Partners, have always held patient safety as one of our most important issues. Though we always considered radiation safety paramount in our practice, in May 2011, we joined a prestigious group of physicians who took an important pledge promising to limit radiation exposure to both our adult and pediatric patients while providing the highest level of care.
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Image Gently Certificate
Image Wisely Certificate
These initiatives are supported by NYRP and many other esteemed organizations such as the American College of Radiology and the Society for Pediatric Radiology. When you chose New York Radiology Partners, rest assure that we will be your advocates for rapid, high quality medical imaging with the utmost concern for your safety. For more information about radiation safety please visit these links:
Congratulations to Dr. Kevin Math, Dr. Francisco Delara Jr., Dr. Daniel Lefton, Dr. Charles H. Pfaff, Dr. James Silberzweig, Dr. Munir Ghesani and Dr. C. Richard Goldfarb on being named to 2012 Super Doctors. New York Radiology Partners are proud to announce that, our esteemed physicians Dr. Kevin Math, Dr. Francisco Delara Jr., Dr. Daniel Lefton, Dr. H. Charles Pfaff, Dr. James Silberzweig, Dr. Munir Ghesani and
Dr. C. Richard Goldfarb had been named to 2012 Super Doctors. These doctors are listed in the "Super Doctors" issue of The New York Times Magazine, indicating that they are top doctors in their field as nominated by their peers through the independent research of Key Professional Media.
Please follow this link for more information about Super Doctors 2012.
Drs. Kevin Math, Francisco Delara, Daniel Lefton,
Dr. Munir Ghesani and Dr. C. Richard Goldfarb
Congratulations to our Dr. Holliday!
We are proud to congratulate our Dr. Holliday on being selected to the 2011-2012 Best Doctors in America Database and will be featured in the June 2011 New York Time Magazine. The Best Doctors in America® list represents the top 5% of doctors in the U.S. These are the doctors that other doctors recognize as the best in their fields. Today the list is respected by the medical profession and patients alike as the source of top quality medical information.
- Dr. Holliday named America's Top Radiologists by the Consumer Research Council of America.
- Dr. Holliday named amongst the Best Doctors in New York City by New York Magazine.
Central Park Women's Imaging Center and Midtown Medical Pavilion are designated Breast Imaging Centers of Excellence. We are proud to announce that the Central Park Women's Imaging Center and the Midtown Medical Pavilion Center have each been designated a Breast Imaging Center of Excellence by the American College of Radiology (ACR). Only six facilities in New York City have received the honorary Breast Imaging Center of Excellence designation.
The Dr. Oz Show show filmed at Central Park Women's Imaging Center. Women's health is a topic that we are passionate about. That is why the Central Park Women's Imaging Center recently opened its doors to The Dr. Oz Show and their film crew to film a segment on breast cancer and related information on mammography. The show is titled Ask Dr. Oz: Cancer Prevention Clinic, Dr. Oz takes viewers on a head-to-toe journey and reveals the most common, preventable cancers in our bodies. A panel of experts including brain cancer survivor, breast cancer survivor, and skin cancer survivor answer questions from audience members.
You can now view the show on Dr. Oz's website. Listed below are the links to each of the show's segments. Click on a link to view a particular segment.