Ronald Alberico, MD
Director of Neuroradiology
Mary Frances Croake, DO
Director of Lung Cancer Screening
Michelle Ding, DO
Director of Ultrasound
Larson Hsu, MD
Director of 3D Imaging
Dominick Lamonica, MD
Director of Nuclear Medicine
Thomas Laudico, DO
Director of Body CT and Imaging
Director of Education
Benjamin McGreevy, MD
Director of Body MRI
Michael Petroziello, MD
Director of Interventional Radiology
Charles Roche, MD
Director of Quality, Safety and Research

Breast Imaging

Breast Imaging includes state-of-the-art 3D screening mammography, breast ultrasound, and breast MRI. Diagnostic imaging is performed to evaluate a breast lump or other breast-related concern. Minimally invasive breast biopsies are performed as an outpatient procedure, to evaluate for breast cancer.

Interventional Radiology

Interventional radiology is the division of radiology that directly uses medical imaging (X-ray, CT, ultrasound) to perform an assortment of procedures including biopsies, angiograms, ways to get stable access to a patient’s bloodstream, among many others, to make these faster, safer, and less invasive than they would otherwise be.

Neuroradiology, Head & Neck

Our neuroradiologists specialize in neurologic imaging procedures — including computed tomography (CT), functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), tractography and more to provide fast, accurate imaging for diagnosis, treatment planning and symptom management. Neuroradiologists play a vital role in identifying language and motor areas and white matter pathways in the brain to protect neurologic function during surgery.

Nuclear Medicine

Nuclear medicine is a hospital service focused on diagnosing and treating cancer through the internal administration of radioisotopes either alone or complexed to critical molecules in the human body. It is an imaging-centered specialty overseeing both the staging of cancer, and directed therapy using diagnostic procedures — such as PET/CT, bone scans, and thyroid scans — that ultimately perform or direct treatment to the malignancy.