Offering high-quality imaging services to Wayne County for over fifty years.
Medical Imaging Services
We offer a full array of imaging services including plain radiography (x-rays), fluoroscopy (upper GI's, barium enemas, myelograms, etc.), CT, CT Colonography, ultrasound, nuclear medicine, and digital mammography.
Diagnostic x-ray is the most frequently used form of medical imaging. Diagnostic x-rays are used to assess bones and soft tissue. Wayne Radiologists uses Computed Radiography in which x-rays are viewed on a computer instead of traditional film.
Nuclear medicine is an imaging technique that uses radioactive materials. The radioactive materials can be administered by injection or by mouth.
CT scans, commonly referred to as CAT scans, are used to detect and treat many different types of disease and medical conditions. Wayne Radiologists is accredited by the American College of Radiology in CT and offers a wide range adult and pediatric CT imaging exams.
An ultrasound is a non-invasive imaging exam that uses high frequency sound waves to produce images of soft tissues and internal organs of the body. Ultrasound does not use radiation like other imaging modalities which makes it a great diagnostic tool for children or those who are pregnant.
Digital 3D Mammography
Our Digital 3D Mammography suite represents an investment in sophisticated equipment that has allowed us to take better care of our female patients. Digital 3D Mammography has helped us to diagnosis early breast cancers in many patients.
Digital fluoroscopy is used to evaluate the anatomy and function of a gastrointestinal, urinary, respiratory, and reproductive organs by using real-time imaging. Upper GI, Barium Swallow, Barium Enema, Small Bowel Series, Chest Fluoroscopy, VCUG, and a Hysterosalpingogram are some of the digital fluoroscopy services offered at Wayne Radiologists.
Board Certified Radiologists Onsite and Over 24 Staff to Serve You
Our spacious 10,000 square foot office is conveniently located at 2700 Medical Office Place, directly across from Wayne UNC Health Care.