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  • 10 things to look for in your imaging center

10 Things To Look For In Your Imaging Center

Your doctor suggests you undergo a diagnostic imaging test, now what? The first important decision is choosing what imaging center is best for your procedure.  Your imaging center can directly play a role in your overall imaging experience and test results so choosing a quality center is of utmost importance. Here are a few things to look for when you're searching for an imaging center. 

  • Difference between an MRI and a CT scan

What’s the Difference Between an MRI and a CT?

Diagnostic imaging scans can seem intimidating and confusing to people, especially when a doctor recommends a scan to diagnose a health concern.  We understand your concerns and are here to clear up the difference between two of the most popular scans recommended by doctors, CT scans and MRI’s.

  • upper east side obgyn

Upper East Side OBGYN Spotlight: Elliston and NG, MD LLC

 

We love our relationships with the offices nearby and this week, we wanted to feature one of them! If you are looking for an OBGYN on the beautiful Upper East Side, we recommend Elliston and NG, MD LLC. Their office is affiliated with Lenox Hill Hospital. Like we do, they practice women’s health concerns, such as minimally invasive surgeries, to labor management, to fibroids and cysts, to menstrual problems and even family planning. . 

You can contact the office by calling 917-397-2268, emailing ellistonandngmd@gmail.com, or visiting their office at 1050 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10028 (found between […]

Happy Patients From Rosetta Radiology

Last year we received one of the highest compliments a physician’s office can be paid: a letter sent to us from a happy patient, telling us what we’re doing right and how we helped them.  Ladies and Gentlemen, THIS is the dream, and we couldn’t help but share it–even a year later! Having letters sent to us like this makes us realize that what we’re trying to do for patients is being appreciated, which makes it all worth it.

In most common radiology practices, a patient comes in for a test and spends about 30 minutes of time with the tech and […]