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The Department of Radiology provides imaging services to diagnose and treat patients.
We use the latest technology for diagnostic exams and image-guided procedures.
Our subspecialized radiologists have a singular focus on a specific area.
The Department of Radiology provides imaging services to diagnose and treat patients at all stages of care.
Learn about our department’s role in patient care in this short video.
Learn why our radiation doses are lower than the national average.
Massachusetts General Hospital Imaging
Our clinical divisions in diagnostic radiology use imaging to assess patients' health and guide medical decisions.
The Division of Interventional Radiology offers minimally invasive, image-guided treatments for a wide range of conditions and diseases.
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Phone: 617-724-9729Monday through Friday7:30 am - 5:30 pm
Mass General Imaging - BostonPhone: 617-724-9729
Mass General West Imaging - WalthamPhone: 781-487-6020
Mass General Imaging - ChelseaPhone: 617-887-3500
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U.S. News & World Report ranks Mass General #1 in the nation based on our quality of care, patient safety, and reputation in 16 clinical specialties.
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The Department of Radiology at Mass General publishes Radiology Rounds, a free monthly e-newsletter for referring physicians.Radiology Rounds provides:
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Missed radiology appointments result in delayed diagnosis and treatment, adversely affecting care; ethnic minorities and low socioeconomic status patients account for the majority of these events.
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