St. Luke's Hospital is a 541-bed, full-service community and tertiary care hospital. The hospital was first established in 1846 and is an Academic Affiliate of Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons. In 1979, St. Luke's-Roosevelt was formed by a merger of St. Luke's Hospital and The Roosevelt Hospital. New York Radiology Partners is proud to be providing care to thousands of patients who seek care at this prestigious hospital.
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A multi-slice scanner can acquire thinner slices for better image quality while keeping throughput at an optimal level. The speed of the system and fast acquisition time allow many studies to be performed in a single breath-hold, reducing motion artifact and optimizing profitability. One of the major benefits of multi-slice scanners is the ability to reconstruct multiple slice thicknesses from one data acquisition.
Hologic Selenia uses selenium based direct capture technology. This eliminates light diffusion completely for perfect clarity and exquisite image quality. Selenia incorporates a patented HTC grid technology that reduces radiation scatter for better contrast. Selenia features the largest detector available today, imaging almost any breast without requiring multiple exposures. Every Selenia image you see is enhanced with intelligent processing. This translates to faster acquisition, fewer total exposures, and less patient discomfort. You get more information per patient dose.
GE Signa 1.5T, proven in clinical practice, makes the impossible possible with MR technologies that improve clarity, detail and process. We can easily image and diagnose patients who are the most challenging to examine with conventional MR approaches. Clinical solutions covering a variety of applications including body, cardiac, neuro, orthopedic, breast and vascular.
The FUJIFILM DR Digital Radiography System consist of digital x-rays that are performed similarly to conventional x-rays, but use a special imaging detector that "reads" the body part rather than exposing it on film. This is the same technique used by digital cameras. Digital x-rays allow for faster results and delivery to other doctors, as the images can be viewed on a computer rather than having to send the actual film. This technique also exposes patients to less radiation, a minor risk involved in conventional x-rays. The speed and safety of digital x-rays make them the preferred type of imaging test and a top-quality service that we are proud to offer.
The Siemens AXIOM is a fully digital cardiac imaging system for diagnostic and interventional radiology use. It produces high quality images and only uses a small dose of radiation.