Salem Radiologists at Salem Regional Medical Center

Caring Service - Quality Diagnosis - Latest Technology

Salem Regional Medical Center - Salem, Ohio

Area's Only Hospital with 3T Open MRI and Dual-128 CT Technology

 SRMC 


3T Open MRI - Twice the MRI Strength, Twice the Speed, Twice the Quality

3T MRI - opening with smiling childLargest 3T Open MRI
for Claustophobics and
Patients up to 550 lbs.
breast mri3T Breast MRI - Most Advanced Imaging with MRI Biopsy
3T MRI - Spine - whole body3T MRI - imaging the Whole Spine Quickly
3T MRI - Knee3T MRI - Most Detailed Images of the Shoulders, Knees, and Joints
3T MRI - brain3T MRI - Highest Quality and Fastest Brain Imaging Available
3T MRI - Kidneys3T MRI - Advanced Body Imaging Including Prostate Imaging for Early Cancer Detection

 


Dual-128 CT - Fastest CT studies, lowest radiation dose, sharpest images, quality interpretation and consultations.

Most Advanced
Digital Mammography
3D Cardiac CT
Heart Imaging
3D Virtual CT Colonoscopy
Colon Cancer Screening
$99 3D Low-Dose CT
Lung Cancer Screening
3D CT Urogram
Kidney and Bladder
3D Dual-128 CT
Fastest Scanner
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What is a Radiologist?

Radiologists are medical physicians who specialize in diagnosing diseases using medical imaging. Radiologists are the eyes of medicine working with primary care and specialty physicians to diagnose and care for the ill. 

 

What is Salem Radiologists?

Salem Radiologists, Inc., provides quality diagnostic radiology services to the Salem Regional Medical Center in Salem, Ohio.

 

Where are you Located?

We are located in Northeastern Ohio, one hour south of Cleveland and 30 minutes south of Youngstown. Our address is 2094 East State Street, Suite E, Salem, Ohio 44460. Please call us at 330-337-6140.

 

What does a Radiologist Do?

Radiologists use x-rays, ultrasound, computed tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and MR angiography (MRA), mammography, nuclear medicine (NM), positron emission tomography (PET/CT), and perform angiography to image the body. Radiologists also perform invasive procedures using these technologies.