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At Southtowns Radiology, we are a team of board-certified radiologists, and we are passionate about caring for people.
We understand how little things can make a big difference, and we strive for a patient-centered approach to care at every level. For over 60 years, providers and patients throughout Western New York have trusted us with their medical imaging needs.
Lead by a team of 22 physicians, all of our radiologists are all board-certified and subspecialize in women’s imaging, interventional radiology, musculoskeletal imaging, neuroimaging, cardiac imaging, and more.
With outpatient imaging centers in Hamburg, Orchard Park and West Seneca, we offer patients and families in the Southtowns and rural communities excellence in care that is both convenient and close to where they live and work.
Our ongoing partnership with Catholic Health allows us to support the imaging needs of patients and providers at four local hospitals and CHS diagnostic facilities across all of Western New York:
- Kenmore Mercy Hospital – Kenmore (Northtowns)
- Mercy Hospital of Buffalo – South Buffalo
- Sisters of Charity Hospital – Downtown Buffalo
- Sister’s of Charity, St. Joseph Campus – Cheektowaga
- Mercy Ambulatory Care Center (MACC) – Orchard Park
- Mercy Comprehensive Care Center – Louisianna Street
- Mercy Diagnostic Center – East Aurora
- Mercy Diagnostic & Treatment Center – West Seneca
We are members of Catholic Medical Partners and certified by the American College of Radiology.
But, at Southtowns Radiology, what really sets us apart is our gentle techniques, compassionate technologists and board-certified physicians, many of whom have additional certifications in their sub-specialty areas. We go above and beyond every day to ensure that when you choose our team, you’re getting the expert and compassionate care you deserve.
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