Convenient Radiology & Lab Services
Good Samaritan Hospital offers a full spectrum of diagnostic testing services. Our team is comprised of board-certified radiologists and supporting staff who provide comprehensive diagnostic and interventional imaging services with compassion and efficiency. We use advanced expertise and state-of-the-art equipment to ensure you receive the highest level of care.
Call 631-376-3000 for more information.
Experts in all areas of radiology consult with specialists in other departments so patients receive accurate, thorough diagnoses that guide personalized treatments tailored to their individual conditions, needs and goals.
We use advanced technology to diagnose, screen and evaluate a wide range of health conditions, including those associated with the brain and spine neurological, cancer, heart and vascular, orthopedics, gastroenterology, gynecology and urology.
Our full spectrum of imaging services includes:
- Computed Tomography-Angiography
- CT scan
- Digital mammography
- Intensity-modulated radiation therapy (IMRT)
- MRI scan
- Nuclear medicine studies
- PET scan
The Women’s Imaging Center, a Breast Imaging Center of Excellence, at Good Samaritan Hospital is dedicated to helping women meet their health needs with advanced screening, diagnostic tests and procedures. Our team includes board-certified radiologists, nurses, patient navigators and registered radiological technologists—all with special training and expertise in women's health care.
Our specialists work closely with the care team at the Good Samaritan Hospital Breast Health Center.
Call 631-376-4440 for more information.
We offer the latest diagnostic imaging technology, including:
- 3D digital tomosynthesis
- Bone density testing
- Breast MRI and MRI-guided biopsies
- Computer-assisted detection
- Diagnostic and screening mammography
- Digital 4D ultrasound
- Genetic screening and counseling
- High-resolution ultrasound with breast elastography
- Second opinion consultation
- Stereotactic core biopsies
- Ultrasound-guided fine needle and core biopsies
Comprehensive Screening Mammogram Program: Routine screening mammograms may be scheduled for asymptomatic individuals to facilitate early detection.
Diagnostic Mammography: Comprehensive diagnostic procedures for patients with abnormal screening mammogram results or symptoms are offered. Patients are given their results by their physicians the same day.
The Women's Imaging Center is accredited by the American College of Radiology for mammography.
Diagnostic Ultrasound: Sonograms are performed using fully digital ultrasound machines with 4-D imaging. This technology features a flat-screen display, voice recognition and intelligent automation, which allows staff to better assist patients in understanding their condition. It also produces clearer and more detailed images to identify suspicious breast lesions sooner and eliminate the need for more expensive and invasive tests. The high-tech system guides catheters and needles without radiation exposure and reduces the time required for many exams.
The Women's Imaging Center is accredited by the American College of Radiology for breast ultrasound.
Our stereotactic table uses the most advanced vacuum-assisted biopsy technology. A technologist and nurse assist the doctor, who is able to biopsy microcalcifications (just millimeters in size) and lumps that are not obvious and may go undetected by ultrasound. This nonsurgical, image-guided biopsy requires only local anesthesia in the breast and is less invasive than open-surgical biopsies, leaving little or no internal scar tissue. Most women get benign results and do not have to proceed with surgery. For women who need surgery, the comprehensive information provided by the procedure often allows for surgery in just one operation.
Needle Localizations: A lump that cannot be felt needs to be localized prior to a biopsy for surgical removal. In such cases, a guide is used, along with either a mammogram or ultrasound, to locate the area for biopsy. The removed mass or calcifications are X-rayed immediately to confirm the procedure while the patient is in the operating room.
The Women's Imaging Center is accredited by the American College of Radiology for stereotactic breast biopsy.
Breast Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI): Breast MRI is performed for newly diagnosed and high-risk breast cancer patients at Good Samaritan’s main campus if indicated by the physician.
Dual-Energy X-Ray Absorptiometry (DEXA) Bone Densitometry: The “gold standard” of bone assessment methods, this noninvasive test is a baseline assessment for osteoporosis and can be completed in a matter of minutes. Test results provide important information to assess the next steps in care to help prevent future bone loss and minimize the risk of a devastating injury. When an appointment is made for a mammogram, a DEXA test can be scheduled as well.
Genetic Counseling: Screening for hereditary cancer risk performed by board certified genetic counselors with expertise in cancer risk assessment is available at both the Women's Imaging Center and the main hospital campus.
The Women's Imaging Center is accredited by the American College of Radiology for breast MRI.
Good Samaritan Hospital uses the most advanced digital imaging technology to detect a heart condition early, diagnose with more accuracy and guide the most effective treatments.
Imaging services include:
- 3D and transesophageal echocardiography
- Cardiac CT scan
- Cardiac MRI scan
- Cardiac PET scan
- Nuclear imaging
The clinical laboratory at Good Samaritan Hospital is a full-service clinical and anatomical pathology laboratory. The facility is accredited by the Joint Commission. It is licensed and approved by the New York State Department of Health. Our Blood Bank Department is accredited by the American Association of Blood Banks.
Our team includes highly trained phlebotomists, pathologists, licensed clinical laboratory technologists and technicians and support staff who are focused on providing patient-centered care that makes a difference.