Jefferson Radiology subspecialist physicians perform image-guided diagnostic and therapeutic procedures for cardiovascular conditions as well as a broad range of services for patients with cancer, pain, diabetes, hepatic, renal, and other conditions.
Interventional Radiologists (IR doctors) are pioneering doctors who use imaging guidance like X-ray, CT Scan or ultrasound and minimally invasive surgery to treat patients with vascular disease, cancer, men's and women's health.
Jefferson Radiology neuroradiologists specialize in diagnosis and treatments for diseases of the brain, spinal cord, head and neck.
Jefferson Radiology physicians play a critical role as part of the Helen & Harry Gray Cancer Center team at Hartford Hospital. We provide a level of expertise in oncologic radiologic services that is unparalleled in the state.
Jefferson Radiology’s pediatric services are performed by the same radiologists who work at Connecticut Children’s Medical Center and Hartford Hospital.
Jefferson Radiology sub-specialty trained physicians are trained to diagnose and treat not only athletic injuries, but also a wide range of musculoskeletal disorders.
Jefferson Radiology's team of multidisciplinary breast imaging specialist and interventionalist have dedicated their professional lives to providing women's health services.
We offer an extensive range of tests and procedures.
Our hospital-based radiologists offer comprehensive imaging services to a number of hospital partners including Hartford Hospital, Connecticut Children’s Medical Center, Johnson Memorial Hospital, and Windham Hospital, and most recently began providing services at Day Kimball Hospital in Putnam, CT.
Vascular Radiology and Non-Invasive Cardiovascular Imaging
Several services are available for the assessment of cardiovascular conditions. Diagnosis of heart conditions including congenital malformations, coronary artery disease, and inflammatory conditions of the heart muscle are enabled by the use of MRI, high speed CT, and nuclear medicine imaging. Specialized exams can measure cardiac viability after a heart attack and assess heart disease risk. CT angiography and MRI angiography non-invasively study arteries throughout the body.
Through Hartford Hospital and at our offices, our neurointerventionists perform minimally invasive image-guided procedures that allow the diagnosis and treatment of diseases and conditions affecting the head, neck, and spine.