Hackensack Radiology Group is the leading regional provider of diagnostic and interventional radiology services in Northern New Jersey. High-quality patient care is always our first priority. Between our two locations in Hackensack and Oradell, we offer the full spectrum of imaging services.
Hackensack University Medical Center uses a unique test to detect problems with blood flow caused by coronary artery blockages.
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We are the largest regional subspecialty imaging group, and pride ourselves in prompt and quality imaging and interpretations, from routine, single-body part imaging, to complex multi-system medical problems. We are also the exclusive providers of diagnostic imaging and interventional radiology services to Hackensack UMC.
Gregory N. Nicola, MD, vice president, Hackensack Radiology Group, Oradell, N.J., concurs. He notes that in affording radiologists, imaging centers and hospital-based imaging players an avenue for formulating and comparing national benchmarks, registries set the stage for improving the caliber of care delivered to patients.
Our diagnostic imaging teams use state-of-the-art technology to accurately diagnose your medical condition and assist in developing the appropriate treatment plan.
Our imaging specialists work with your medical team to provide an accurate and precise diagnosis using the latest technology, including:
We are accredited by the American College of Radiologists. This means our facilities meet the highest level of patient safety standards and image quality.
We offer imaging services at 18 locations across New Jersey with patient-friendly outpatient settings, prompt scheduling and ample parking.
JFK University Medical Center is the first hospital in New Jersey to operate a new portable MRI that allows clinicians to obtain neurological images of critically ill patients at the point of care quickly and conveniently.