General Radiology

Radiography, or as it is most commonly known, an x-ray, is the oldest and most frequently used form of medical imaging and is the foundation for a myriad of applications that impact every medical specialty.

We possess a full compliment of imaging tools including:
  • Digital Radiography
  • Computed Radiography
  • Picture Archiving and Communications System (PACS)
(allowing clinicians to view radiographic images and reports online throughout the facility)

Our staff and services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for our inpatients and Emergency Department patients, and during normal business hours for our outpatient population.

At Antelope Valley Hospital General Diagnostic is divided into four specialties:
  • Plain Film - is the patient's part; and, can provide excellent information on the diagnosis and progression of many conditions
  • GI/GU - involves the imaging of the soft tissue abdominal organs; frequently engages the use of a contrast agent (X-ray dye) and/or the use of a fluoroscope.
  • Trauma and Emergency Department Radiology - specializes in diagnostic imaging for patients with severe multi-system trauma.
  • OR - imaging techniques and equipment designed to assist physicians during actual surgery.

For exam specific information log on to: http://radiologyinfo.org/en/sitemap/category.cfm?category=diag