Why Choose Middletown Medical Imaging?

_DSC8902There are plenty of places you can have your medical imaging done. Why choose Middletown Medical Imaging when you need your procedures done?

First, we offer the latest, cutting edge digital medical imaging with the traditional values of comfort and service to our patients. With a constant eye on patient satisfaction, we provide all of the information you need to feel secure, plus the non-invasive procedures that yield the most accurate diagnoses and treatments.

We also make things simple for our patients. It’s easy to schedule an appointment online or by phone. With our convenient location and hours of operation, you’ll be able to select an appointment that works in your schedule. We also provide both patient and physician portals, allowing access to results quickly. By accepting most forms of insurance, you’ll be able to enjoy our services without breaking the bank too. If you live within five miles of our newly renovated imaging center, we’ll even provide transportation for you.

Not only are we accurate and easy to work with; we’re fast. We have a 24 hour turnaround time on imaging procedures, and STAT reports on demand (inside an hour in emergency situations). Expert readings by fellowship trained, experienced board certified radiologists ensure quality care is given to you after our procedures.

With the best facilities, equipment, and staff, why wouldn’t you choose Middletown Medical Imaging for your next medical imaging procedure?

Efficient and Accurate Diagnosis with High Resolution Ultrasound

 Our Siemens Acuson X300 high resolution ultrasound, offers the highest quality images.


Our Siemens Acuson X300
high resolution ultrasound,
offers the highest quality images.

For studying soft body tissues, there’s little to compare with the quality of high resolution ultrasound images. For a wide range of medical conditions and diseases, ultrasound imaging provides the best way to assess the problem and start formulating solutions.

During a high resolution ultrasound procedure, sound waves inaudible to the human ear are emitted by the equipment. Using an instrument called a transducer, the sound waves–at a very high frequency–are transmitted through the body’s tissues. The echoes of these sound waves bounce back and determine the size, shape, and consistency of the body’s organs and soft tissues.

This safe and painless procedure is useful for a wide variety of detection and diagnosis including issues with:

  • Heart
  • Breast
  • Abdomen
  • Liver
  • Spleen
  • Gallbladder
  • Bladder
  • Kidneys
  • Pancreas
  • Ovaries
  • Uterus
  • Thyroid
  • Testicles
  • Transvaginal

Choosing the Acuson X300 ultrasound system, manufactured by Siemens, our ultrasound images deliver exceptional performance with maximum efficiency for faster treatment.

Our high resolution ultrasound system is both accurate and quick. We can provide fast reporting to referring physicians. Generally, reports are ready within 24 hours, and even available within one hour under emergency conditions. Let us help you deliver exceptional diagnoses with our high resolution ultrasound equipment.

When Do You Need a CT Scan?

 Our 16 slice Hitachi Eclos offers high quality diagnostic images,  as well as  low dose imaging.


Our 16 slice Hitachi Eclos
offers high quality diagnostic images,
as well as low dose imaging.

Computerized tomography, or CT, scans have become very popular among physicians for the incredibly detailed results they provide. These images assist in diagnosing and treating a wide variety of medical conditions. More accurate images provide more accurate treatments and for the most detailed computer tomography, we provide a 16-slice CT scan procedure.

Using a computer and x-ray sensing unit, physicians use CT scans to display detailed images of areas that are difficult to study otherwise. Abdomen, chest, and pelvis examinations are far simpler to conduct with CT scans than with other techniques. CT scans can also illuminate bones and the spinal cord better than other procedures.

What kinds of injuries, infections, or other conditions are best examined with a CT scan?

  • Chest
  • Abdomen
  • Liver
  • Urinary Tract
  • Gallbladder
  • Adrenal Glands
  • Pancreas
  • Pelvis
  • Spleen

A 16 slice CT scan will also provide better insights into arm, leg, ankle, and foot injuries.

Whether your needs as a physician or a patient are simple or complex, Middletown Medical Imaging can help you look deeper. With more advanced diagnostic imaging, you’re sure to get more accurate results and better treatment when you have your CT scan at Middletown Medical Imaging. Visit our newly renovated imaging center and schedule your appointment today.