Striving to be your reliable partners in healthcare.

We are trusted by physicians and advanced practice providers, and their staff, to meet the medical imaging needs of patients who live and work in the Southtowns.

We invest in state-of-the-art imaging technology, and facilities that maintain accreditation by the American College of Radiology. And, you can be sure that your radiology referrals are read by a board-certified team of radiologists with sub-specialties in women’s imaging, interventional radiology, neurology and cardiac care.

With locations in Hamburg, Orchard Park and West Seneca, we are easily accessible to most communities south of Buffalo and are 20 minutes or less away from West Seneca, East Aurora, Angola, Blasdell, Eden, Lakeview, Derby, Elma, North Collins, Silvercreek, Boston and Springville.

We can often accommodate same-day medical referrals, or scheduling within 24-48 hours of a request.

We support you and your team with a patient-centered approach:

Dedicated Provider Line
716.649.9000 ext. 3
If you or your staff have questions regarding results from a particular study, or if your are returning a call from one of our radiologists, dial extension 3 when you call our office.

Ask one of our Expert Radiologists
We welcome you or your staff to submit a question to our team of board-certified radiologists. We will do our best to connect you with the physician who can address your question on the same business day (after hours and weekend questions will be addressed as we are able, often the next business day).

Access Images via PACS
Southtowns Radiology offers enhanced communications between our facilities and providers utilizing Philips Intellispace technology. This includes our Picture Archiving Communications System (PACS), which enables physicians and advanced practice providers to access their patients’ images and retrieve reports via a secure encrypted web protocol.

Providers can review patient images and results for most studies via our online imaging portal.

For a copy of patient images on CD/DVD – or – for imaging from a PET/CT study, please call our Senior Radiology Services Manager, Chuck Kuehlewind, at 716-649-9000 ext. 241 or 716.481.4429.  If you need access our secure imaging portal, please contact Chuck to set up an account.

Appropriate Use Criteria
The American College of Radiology (ACR) has provided evidence-based criteria to help referring providers with decisions around imaging.

Information on Appropriate Use Criteria can be accessed here.
Topics and ratings tables as provided by ACR can be accessed here.

Digital Forms for Physician Referral Services 
General Referral Form
Breast Imaging Referral Form
PET/CT Referral Form
X-Ray Referral Form

Referring Physician Ordering Guide – CT & MRI CPT Codes

Do you have questions on CPT codes to use when ordering your screening or diagnostic study? Download our Southtowns Radiology CPT Code ‘Cheat Sheets’ for your practice. You can email the PDF file, and print to share with your staff as needed.

Southtowns Radiology participates with HEALTHeLINK, a collaboration among hospitals, physicians, health plans and other health care providers in the eight counties (Erie, Niagara, Chautauqua, Cattaraugus, Wyoming, Alleghany, Genesee, Orleans) of Western New York State to securely exchange clinical information to improve the quality of care, enhance patient safety and mitigate health care costs.

More information on accessing or enrolling in HEALTHeLINK can be accessed here.

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