Doylestown Hospital is proud to offer the most advanced diagnostic imaging technology available at convenient testing locations. Our radiologists are fellowship-trained and highly experienced in the latest imaging techniques, so you can rest assured you are receiving the highest quality of care available.
3T MRI with Ambient Experience
The most advanced MRI technology available, designed for patient comfort.
- Best image quality available
- Choose your lighting, animation and sound
- More space
- Faster exams
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We are committed to investing in state-of-the art medical imaging technology for early screening, accurate diagnosis and effective treatment planning. Patients who choose Doylestown Hospital for medical imaging have access to low-dose CT scans for up to 40 percent less radiation, the most advanced MRI technology available, a specialized cardiac imaging program, award-winning Women’s Diagnostic Centers for the earliest detection of breast disease, and a state-of-the-art, full-time, fixed 16-slice PET/CT scanner for patients with cancer or neurological and cardiac diseases.
All diagnostic imaging systems used by the department of Radiology at Doylestown Hospital are digital. The images are viewable on computer workstations which are part of a system-wide Pictures and Archive Communication System (PACS).
Doylestown Hospital offers a range of medical imaging services at these locations:
- Doylestown Hospital, 595 West State Street, Doylestown, PA
- The Pavilion at Doylestown Hospital, 599 West State Street, Doylestown, PA (on campus, adjacent to hospital)
- The Health and Wellness Center, 847 Easton Road, Warrington, PA
Depending on your insurance coverage, you have a choice of where you go for medical imaging. If you have questions or would like more information, talk to your insurance provider or contact Doylestown Hospital MRI at 855-332-1797.
The image gently Campaign is an initiative of the Alliance for Radiation Safety in Pediatric Imaging. The goal is to increase awareness of the opportunities to promote radiation protection in the imaging of children.