General Radiology and Fluoroscopy uses X-ray technology to diagnose disease and injury inside the body.
X-ray is used for chest and abdomen exams, bone studies, and intravenous pyelograms (IVP).
A specialized x-ray machine called a fluoroscope is used to conduct esophograms, upper GI series, barium enemas, cystograms, and hysterosalpingograms.
Our subspecialized physicians are available to provide expert interpretations at over 85 locations across West Michigan; all accredited by the American College of Radiology.
Our General Radiology imaging team is board-certified and has a combined 790 years of experience.
In 2016, our radiologists read and interpreted general radiology studies for over 136,000 patients.
This experience speaks to accurate, high-quality results for our patients.