Northwell Health Imaging at Lenox Health Greenwich Village opened its brand new state-of-the-art, 13,000-square-foot imaging center today with a ribbon cutting ceremony. Patients will now have access to a full spectrum of non-emergency radiology services. Northwell Health’s Imaging Program, the first radiology practice in New York State designated by the American College of Radiology as a Diagnostic Center of Excellence, combines the skill of fellowship-trained, subspecialized radiologists with the most advanced imaging techniques.
Led by medical director, Kavita Patel, MD, the full range of services include: magnetic resource imaging (MRI), CT scan, ultrasound, digital x-ray, bone densitometry, full service breast imaging, digital mammography including 3-D tomosyntheses, breast ultrasound, breast MRI, breast biopsies: ultrasound guided, MRI guided, and stereotactic, and full range of image-guided biopsies and therapeutic procedures.
The new imaging center is another example of Northwell Health’s commitment to filling the health care void in the West Village left by the 2010 closure of St. Vincent’s Hospital. Opened in 2014, Lenox Health Greenwich Village represents a new model of community-based care that integrates health and wellness services with seamless access to 24-hour emergency care and a full range of medical specialists. Situated in the Phyllis and William Mack Pavilion, Lenox Health Greenwich Village opened with the debut of Manhattan’s first freestanding Emergency Center.
In addition to the Imaging Center, additional medical services that will be added include an outpatient surgery suite offering the highest quality outpatient surgery technology, medical specialty practices and a community meeting space.
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