Radiology Services

Monmouth Medical Center, Southern Campus (MMCSC) offers a full scope of advanced diagnostic and interventional services to both diagnose and treat diseases, trauma and medical conditions.

About the Radiology Department

The Radiology Department at MMCSC is accredited by the American College of Radiology and includes board-certified and fellowship-trained radiologists, licensed and certified medical imaging technologists, and registered interventional radiology nurses. Our team works to provide the best possible services to the members of the communities we serve. Using state-of-the-art image archiving and communications systems, our radiologists and imaging team are committed to delivering high quality diagnostic information in a timely and efficient manner to assist your physician in addressing your medical needs.

Radiology Services Include

  • Computerized Tomography (CT Scan) -Our high speed CT scanners provide superior diagnostic information for a broad range of medical conditions. Increased frame and transfer rates decrease a patient’s time on the table to only minutes and CT technology offers high quality images with the lowest possible radiation doses.
  • DEXA – DEXA Scans are the gold standard to measure a patient’s bone mineral density. Our DEXA machine features the latest in technological development, which helps assess osteopenia, osteoporosis and risk of fracture. A DEXA scan will accurately measure a patient’s bone loss by using a low dose of X-ray and they are primarily performed on the spine and hip.
  • Diagnostic Ultrasound- Our diagnostic ultrasound service produces high quality images of body structures including tendons, muscles, joints, vessels and internal organs. Our professional staff has been trained to use high frequency sound waves, rather than x-rays, to provide diagnostic information.
  • Interventional Radiology- Interventional Radiology procedures involve the treatment of the patient, as well as the diagnosis of disease. The exams treat an ever-widening range of conditions inside the body from outside the body by inserting various small instruments or tools, such as catheters or wires, with the use of various x-ray and imaging techniques (i.e., CT scanners, fluoroscopy and ultrasound scanners). Interventional Radiology offers an alternative to the surgical treatment of many conditions and may eliminate the need for hospitalization. Some of the exams we offer in Interventional Radiology include Angiography, Arteriovenous Malformations (AVM), Balloon Angioplasty, Biliary Drainage and Stenting, Central Venous Access, Embolization, Chemoembolization, Infection and Abscess Drainage, Needle Biopsy, Radiofrequency Ablation and myriad of other procedures.
  • Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) - Our state-of-the-art MRI scanner uses a magnetic field and computerized imaging software to obtain detailed pictures of internal organs, tissues and bones through the entire body.
  • Nuclear Medicine - Our nuclear medicine staff uses small amounts of radioactive material (radio-pharmaceuticals) to scan and diagnose medical conditions. The radio pharmaceuticals are detected by highly sensitive cameras that work with computers to provide precise pictures of internal body structures. Nuclear medicine studies are safe, painless, and highly effective in providing diagnostic information.
  • Positron Emission Tomography / Computerize Tomography (PET/CT Scan)- PET/CT Scans are safe, non-invasive procedures that provide diagnostic information not available from other imaging modalities. Our PET/CT scanner combines the advanced imaging capability of a CT scanner to provide detailed images of internal organs and, through positron emission technology, simultaneously offers detailed information about metabolic function. When your physician chooses Monmouth Medical Center, Southern Campus’ PET/CT scanner, we can provide the diagnostic information needed to differentiate benign and malignant lesions, determine the optimal location to perform invasive procedures, pinpoint cancer cells to safeguard surrounding healthy cells during radiation treatment, and provide the information your doctor needs to monitor your plan of care.

Easy Access to Fast Reliable Diagnostic Imaging Services

Patients who need to visit MMCSC’s Radiology Department can now be pre-registered through our toll-free call center, making these outpatient services more convenient than ever. For more information or to schedule a pre-registered appointment, call Central Scheduling at 1.844.795.2448.

MMCSC Radiology Hours:

Monday through Friday: 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.
(New-by appointment only) Saturday and Sunday: 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.