Working at Jefferson Radiology

Wednesday, October 7, 2015

Our primary goal is to provide high quality imaging services to our patients. Our employees are members of a team of individuals with a variety of medical, professional and administrative backgrounds. We strive to maintain a challenging, rewarding and congenial work environment. We have full time, part time and per diem positions and provide competitive salaries as well as a comprehensive benefits package.


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Jefferson Radiology Open MRI on Better CT (WFSP)

Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Jefferson Radiology's new open MRI featured on Better Connecticut, featuring our own Dr. Werner Rosshirt and WFSB's Melissa Cole.

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Open MRI Commercial :30

Wednesday, September 23, 2015

Watch Jefferson Radiology's 30 second Open MRI commercial!

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Open MRI Commercial :15

Wednesday, September 16, 2015

Watch Jefferson Radiology's 15 second Open MRI commercial!

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Breaking News - Jefferson Radiology Adds Open MRI!

Wednesday, September 9, 2015

East Hartford, Conn., February 1, 2015 – Jefferson Radiology has added an Oasis High-field Open Magnetic Resonance (MR) imaging system from Hitachi to its list of diagnostic offerings. The new Open MRI emphasizes patient comfort during their MR exam while maintaining a high level of image quality.


The inside of the Oasis gantry offers a wide view minimizing anxiety and claustrophobia and maximizing a more pleasant environment for the patient during the MR exam.  Jefferson Radiology’s high field MRI wide bore systems are able to image patients weighing up to 550 pounds.  With the new Hitachi Oasis system, patients weighing up to 660 pounds can experience the more open style of exam. The Open MRI combines patient comfort with powerful technology and an ultrafast workstation to make patient exams as quick and smooth as possible.  Its imaging power is further boosted by an array of anatomically-specific, optimized receiver coils that allow advanced imaging applications ranging from vascular to orthopedic to women’s health.

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