Southtowns Radiology Hosts Connect Life Blood Drive in Hamburg

This April, which is designated nationally as Donate Life month, Southtowns Radiology was proud to host a community blood drive at our Hamburg office, located at 3040 Amsdell Road. Collaborating with ConnectLife, Western New York’s only community blood center, over 16 pints of blood were donated for local hospitals and… Read More

Southtowns Radiology named a finalist to Buffalo Business First’s 2022 Best Places to Work List

Western New York’s largest independently owned radiology group is the sole medical imaging practice to earn a place on this year’s regional list  HAMBURG, NY | March 17, 2022 – Southtowns Radiology was recently named as a finalist to the 2022 Buffalo Business First Best Places to Work list. The… Read More

Southtowns Radiology invests nearly $1 Million in Imaging Upgrades for Patients in Hamburg and Orchard Park

State-of-the-art PET/CT scanner, ultrasound units, and DXA scanners added to outpatient portfolios, and accompany enhancements to breast imaging services and picture archiving systems HAMBURG, NY January 21, 2022 – Southtowns Radiology ended a strong year and welcomed 2022 with several technology and equipment upgrades, including new medical imaging scanners and… Read More

Southtowns Radiology Welcomes Qadus Awan, MD to Board-Certified Radiology Staff

BUFFALO, NY July 27, 2021 – Screening and diagnostic medical imaging leader, Southtowns Radiology, announced today the hiring of board-certified radiologist Qadus Awan, MD. Dr. Awan joins the Southtowns Radiology team of physicians interpreting patient images for the practice’s outpatient offices in Hamburg and Orchard Park, and will also work… Read More

Knowing the Answer Could Prevent a Heart Attack!

Each year, approximately 655,000, or one in four Americans die from heart disease, including coronary artery disease (CAD), which is the main cause of heart attacks. Heart attacks are the primary cause of death amongst men and women in the United States. While heart disease cannot be cured, people reduce… Read More

Southtowns Radiology Hosts ConnectLife Blood Drive in Orchard Park

This July Southtowns Radiology was proud to host a community blood drive in Orchard Park. Collaborating with ConnectLife, Western New York’s only community blood center, over 30 pints of blood were donated for local hospitals and patients in need. “One of our employees actually approached us about hosting a drive,”… Read More

Southtowns Radiology Doubles the Impact for CHS Sisters of Charity Hospital

This year Southtowns Radiology was a proud sponsor of Sisters of Charity Hospital Foundation’s Brunch in Bloom event, which raised funds for renovations of the Mother/Baby Unit at the hospital, which is part of the Catholic Health System.  ⁠ ⁠ We recently presented hospital president, Aaron Chang, and nurse manager… Read More

Southtowns Radiology Announces Paul F. Pizzella, MD as Newly Appointed President

Southtowns Radiology, one of Western New York’s leading imaging centers, is pleased to announce that Paul F. Pizzella, MD, has been appointed to President of the radiology practice. Dr. Pizzella, a board-certified radiologist who has been consistently recognized as an outstanding professional in the field, assumes the role of president… Read More

Southtowns Radiology Welcomes Esada Kucevic, PA-C, RT (R)

Medical imaging leader, Southtowns Radiology, continues the growth of their advanced practice provider team with the addition of Esada Kucevic, PA-C, RT (R). In concert with her colleagues, Ms. Kucevic will support the work of the Interventional Radiology physicians at Mercy Hospital of Buffalo, Sisters of Charity Hospital, and Kenmore… Read More

Screening Mammography & The COVID-19 Vaccine

Many providers and patients are aware of newly published medical reports around unilateral lymphadenopathy found during screening mammograms in patients who recently received the COVID-19 vaccine. This subject has been showcased in the US & The Buffalo News as of late, with the suggestion that screening mammograms be put off… Read More