Emory Decatur Hospital was one of the first hospitals in the Atlanta area to offer fixed PET/CT scanning. Our main radiology services uses computed and digital radiography systems and a state-of-the-art picture archival and communications system (PACS) to allow our Atlanta radiologists and other medical specialists to view x-rays and other diagnostic images with computer systems as opposed to traditional film-based images.
Emory Decatur Hospital’s medical imaging technologists are specially trained to ensure accurate images as well as your comfort when you use DeKalb Medical’s diagnostic radiology services. Each member of our team of highly-trained Atlanta radiologists has specific sub-specialty training in areas such as mammography, neuroradiology, nuclear medicine, vascular imaging, musculoskeletal imaging and other medical imaging techniques. All of these Atlanta radiologists are board certified with the American College of Radiology.
Our sonographers, medical imaging technologists who perform ultrasound scans, are registered through the American Registry for Diagnostic Medical Sonography and are CPR certified. All medical imaging technologists at Emory Decatur Hospital are registered with the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists and are CPR certified.
Emory Decatur Hospital offers state-of-the-art radiology and medical imaging procedures at three locations.
Emory Decatur Hospital partners with Atlanta Radiology Associates of DeKalb, P.C., which has some of the most highly trained and skilled Atlanta radiologists.
These answers to frequently asked questions will help as you plan for your radiology and medical imaging procedure at Emory Decatur Hospital.
Emory Decatur Hospital’s radiology and medical imaging services is accredited by the leading healthcare organizations in the field.