Rochester General Health System (RGHS) will open a new ambulatory diagnostic imaging facility with a wide range of high-quality radiology services.
Rochester General Health System (RGHS) will open a new ambulatory diagnostic imaging facility on Aug. 13. The RGHS Imaging Center at Alexander Park, located at 214 Alexander St. in the Alexander Park medical campus, will offer a wide range of high-quality radiology services with convenient access for patients who live or work near downtown Rochester.
Diagnostic services offered at the Imaging Center at Alexander Park will include general X-ray, DEXA bone-density scanning, mammography screenings, non-invasive computerized tomography (CT) exams, and non-invasive ultrasound, including first-trimester OB/GYN imaging.
These services will employ state-of-the-art equipment using low-dose radiation, administered by senior radiologic technologists, each with years of experience at the Rochester General Hospital (RGH) Department of Radiology. RGH will continue to offer outpatient and inpatient radiology services.
“In many ways, this is the future of healthcare,” said Mark C. Clement, RGHS President and CEO. “Federal healthcare reform and advances in medical technology have combined to create an environment of consumer-oriented health services. Patients and their doctors expect convenient and cost-effective services delivered with very high quality. The RGHS Imaging Center at Alexander Park is the latest example of our commitment to the city of Rochester, and to this new model of care.”