Northwell Health Verrazano Imaging at Staten Island University Hospital

A division of Staten Island University Hospital   

(718) 226-7758

Fax (718) 226-7783

256 Mason Avenue, First Floor A
Staten Island, NY 10305


  • Radiology-diagnostic

As a part of Staten Island University Hospital, our office has played a significant role in bringing radiology services to Staten Island and its surrounding communities since 1987.

We pride ourselves on the care we deliver to our patients and the service we provide for our referring physicians. Our radiologists, all certified by the American Board of Radiology and fellowship trained in their sub-specialties, are available for consultation at all times. Similarly, our technologists are all ARRT, NMCTB, or ARDMS certified and all support staff are educated, well trained and courteous.

As we provide a wide range of services to suit the needs of our community in a compassionate and caring environment, we make it our mission to be the very best in every aspect of our care location.

Here is a listing of some of the comprehensive services we provide: Barium Enema, Bone Densitometry (DEXA scan), Breast MRI and Biopsy, Breast Ultrasound Diagnostic Testing, Cardiac CT Angiography, Cardiac MRI, Comprehensive Diagnostic Imaging/Radiology Services, Digital Mammography, Digital X-Ray Imaging, High-Field Open MRI, Low Dose CT Lung Cancer Screening, MR Enterography for Bowel, Intestine and Colon, PET/CT for Cancer Screening, Ultra Low Dose CT Scan, Ultrasound Diagnostic Imaging, Upper Gastro-intestinal Tract (UGI) Testing, Virtual (CT) Colonoscopy. For more information on other services please call us.

Hours of operation

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8:00 AM to 4:00 PM

Patient billing at this location

As a patient of this Article 28 location, you may receive two separate charges for physician services and hospital costs.

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