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Dartmouth-Hitchcock radiologists, through radiology telemedicine services, are available to offer subspecialty expertise to patients and their providers, in their communities. This program provides final and subspecialty reports, day or night, including subspecialty radiology expertise, general and overflow coverage, and convenient after-hours support.


24-hour, Final Interpretation Services

Photo of two radiologies We offer final interpretations for all type of exams and imaging such as X-ray, MRI, CT, mammography, ultrasound and bone density scans. Reports are delivered to participating facilities, using a secure web-based cloud PACS solution. After-hours radiology support allows for a continuum of quality of care for your inpatient, outpatient and emergency department operations. Turnaround times for reports can be as quick as 30-60 minutes. Dartmouth-Hitchcock’s Imaging is staffed, 24 hours per day, with a group of experienced administrative and technical experts, ready to contend with support issues. The range of our support will allow you to optimize radiologists staffing costs, especially during high volume periods and/or staffing shortages.

Consultations and Second Opinions

Apart from providing general coverage, our subspecialized radiologists are available to assist with complicated diagnosis or provide more comprehensive coverage in the subspecialty areas. We are available to assist with imaging protocols and support of your clinical staff.

Our Radiologists

Photo: radiologist with computer monitors In 1896, Dartmouth was home to the first clinical X-ray ever performed in the U.S. Over 100 years later, radiology remains a core focus at DHMC, even as it has evolved into an array of new technologies and imaging modalities. Traditional X-rays have been supplemented with fluoroscopy, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), computed tomograpy (CT), ultrasound, nuclear imaging (PET, PET-CT, and SPECT), interventional radiology treatments, as well as rapidly developing software technologies, such as 3D imaging.

In each of these areas, Dartmouth-Hitchcock has maintained its place as one of America's premier radiological centers, providing direct patient care and diagnostic support to all clinical areas of the hospital, as well as providing teaching programs for new generations of radiologists and a range of research activities designed to improve the power and usefulness of modern medical imaging.

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