• Diagnostic Radiology and Medical Imaging is the use of X-rays, high frequency sound waves, magnetic resonance and other techniques of imaging to diagnose disorders not visible from outside of the human body.

    Services to in and outpatients are rendered through the following procedures
    1. Conventional radiography.
    2. Fluoroscopy and contrast studies.
    3. Diagnostic Mammography.
    4. Ultrasonography, ultrasound guided biopsies and Echocardiography.
    5. Computed Axial Tomography (CAT).