The best images are captured by skilled and certified technologists using the most appropriate technology. For the best results, these images should be reviewed by board-certified radiologists, which is exactly what you will find when visiting St. Lawrence Health Imaging suites.
Between Canton-Potsdam Hospital, Gouverneur Hospital, and Massena Hospital, we have the best-equipped imaging suites in the North Country.
We are proud to offer both 64- and 128-slice CT scanners featuring the newest low-dose technology available for minimizing radiation exposure, and both 1.5 and 3 Tesla open bore high field MRIs. We have iCAD (computer-aided detection) software for more accurate mammography readings, 2D/3D mammography, MRI breast, and traditional and ABVS ultrasound, allowing us to provide full-service women's breast imaging. For women planning a family, we provide 3D/4D ultrasound. We are Picture Archival Communication System (PACS) capable, which means we can store and transmit images. We are currently able to transmit images to several other facilities. Images are available for interpretation immediately.
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Rochester is known for its creative and entrepreneurial spirit. Rochester Regional is proud to be part of this through a partnership with RIT.
A total of 1,100 tons of steel will be used for the Regional Care Pavilion.
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