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Radiology and Diagnostic Imaging

Diagnostic Imaging and Radiology

Contact Us at 845.987.5142 or 866.596.8456 

St. Anthony Community Hospital Radiology – Quality Care Close to Home

The Radiology Department provides the highest quality imaging and diagnostic accuracy in the region.

After extensive review, the American College of Radiology has granted its Gold Seal of Accreditation to our CT, Mammography and Ultrasound programs. This national recognition ensures safe, quality care patients can trust close to home in Warwick. Board-certified radiologists and technologists offer premium, state-of-the-art diagnostic services which include:

State-of-the-art women’s imaging services including 3D mammography, bone density and ultrasound are offered at our freestanding Women’s Imaging Center located at 55 Ronald Reagan Boulevard in Warwick.

The highly trained and experienced staff at St. Anthony Community Hospital and the Women’s Imaging Center champion the very best care combined with personalized attention for every patient, every day. At every step of a patient’s care, from the initial appointment through medical visits and aftercare, the Radiology team prides itself on diligent follow-up and review of exams enabling patients to be fully informed.

The Radiology Department is located just beyond the main lobby at St. Anthony Community Hospital and is open for inpatient and outpatient services and emergency procedures 24 hours a day. X-rays are performed on a walk-in basis with no appointment necessary. All other exams must be scheduled through our Coordination of Care Department at 866.596.8456.

To contact the Radiology Department directly, call 845.987.5142.

St. Anthony Community Hospital Kicks Off $10 Million Renovation of Radiology Department

St. Anthony Community Hospital is undergoing an extensive upgrade of its Radiology Department that will deliver faster and more accurate diagnoses. The $10 million project is expected to significantly increase the size of the current Radiology Department with three newly renovated rooms. The suite enhancements will accommodate new X-ray, CT and MRI equipment that will accompany a new ultrasound machine.

Additionally, 3D mammography will soon be available at our Women’s Imaging Center at Ronald Reagan Boulevard in Warwick.

“Our investment in our expanded Radiology Department and advanced technologies is a testament to our commitment to provide the highest level of care for our patients,” said Anita Volpe, RN, Vice President and Hospital Administrator at St. Anthony Community Hospital.

Phase One of the construction is scheduled to be completed at the end of 2020, and the next phases will be spread out over the course of the next few years to provide a state-of-the-art Radiology Department at St. Anthony Community Hospital.

Mary Leahy, MD, CEO, Bon Secours Charity Health System (left), and Mary Juliano, Chair of the Bon Secours Warwick Foundation Board, smash the ceremonial wall to kick off construction of the St. Anthony Community Hospital Radiology Department expansion. Warwick Mayor Michael Newhard (left) and Warwick Town Supervisor Michael Sweeton lend their support.


Andrew Roberts, RTR, ARRT, Director of Radiology at St. Anthony Community Hospital, a member of the Westchester Medical Center Health Network, was interviewed on WTBQ Radio’s weekly talk show, “Health Matters,” about the advanced radiology and diagnostic imaging services available in our community. 

Bill Dale:  
Accurate Imaging Technology, Skilled Workforce Help
Former Rehabilitation Director Tackle Knee Pain

Bill Dale: Accurate Imaging Technology, Skilled Workforce Help Former Rehabilitation Director Tackle Knee Pain

Bill Dale, patient at St. Anthony Community Hospital's Radiology and Diagnostic Imaging Department.

For almost 40 years, Bill Dale has lived in Warwick, NY.

He knows his neighbors. He knows the community. And, he knows where to go for quality care close to home: St. Anthony Community Hospital, a member of the Westchester Medical Center Health Network (WMCHealth).

Customized Care

In July, Bill began experiencing knee pain that made it uncomfortable for him to walk. He scheduled an appointment with his primary care physician who determined an x-ray was  needed to make a diagnosis.

Fortunately, Bill didn’t have to go far for the test. The nearest location was just across the street from his primary care physician’s office at the Radiology and Diagnostic Imaging Department in St. Anthony Community Hospital.

"I’ve had many imaging tests done there over the past few decades and they’ve all been good experiences,” said Bill. “As a former Director of Rehabilitation for a human services organization, I understand how important it is to customize care—on every level—and the staff here is just extraordinary."

Precision Imaging

After review of the x-ray results, it was determined more information was needed about Bill’s knee and a computed tomography (CT) scan was scheduled. This diagnostic tool combines x-rays with advanced computer processing technology to create precise digital images of structures or organs inside the body. Doctors then use the enhanced imagery to rule out or confirm the presence of certain abnormalities or diseases.

Feels Like Family

Bill returned to St. Anthony Community Hospital for the CT scan. His new test was scheduled in the recently renovated Radiology and Diagnostic Imaging Department.

After completing the registration process, Bill was greeted in the waiting room by a supervisor for further processing and to answer any questions. He was then personally escorted to the CT scan room for the test by Christine Wanczyk and met by Liang Ouyang, both certified Radiologic Technologists.

"They meticulously walked me through the entire process and told me what to expect, how long it would be and even the sounds the CT machine makes,” said Bill. “The fact that they didn’t rush me, went the extra mile and made me feel like family, that was everything to me.”

No Questions Unanswered

When the CT scan was finished, Christine continued answering additional questions from Bill. She even walked him to the hospital’s exit. It’s something he’s done many times before, but nevertheless, Bill was appreciative of the personalized attention.

“Their ability to interact with technology on such a high level, while also offering compassionate care, has been exceptional. I want to acknowledge them all for a job well done,” he said.

This is positive feedback that Andrew Roberts, Director of Radiology for St. Anthony Community Hospital and Bon Secours Community Hospital, both WMCHealth members, is happy to hear and often sees on a daily basis.

“Our workforce is extremely dedicated and understands the needs of our community,” he said. "They are absolute professionals who provide exceptional patient care and accurate imaging technology."

New CT Machine at St. Anthony Community Hospital's Radiology and Diagnostic Imaging Department

New Year, New Hope

When the CT scan results came back, they indicated Bill’s knee pain was the result of arthritis, or inflammation of the joint, coupled with prior injuries. With this new information, Bill made an  appointment with his orthopedic surgeon John Juliano, MD, Chief of Surgery, The Total Joint Replacement Center at St. Anthony Community Hospital, for the start of the new year. He is optimistic about getting back to a functional life through non-surgical pain relief options.

"Having this continuity of care in the community has been so helpful," Bill said. “If you want convenience, great service and professional care—St. Anthony is the place to be."