Advanced Imaging Services
Staffed by specialty-trained, board-certified Alexandria Radiologists
at convenient locations near you
Alexandria Radiologists are the on-site radiology team for our hospital and outpatient partners which means you can be assured that the quality of the radiology interpretation meets our standards for clear and accurate reporting.
Partners in health
At our primary sites, Alexandria Imaging Center and Woodbridge Imaging Center, and across all 9 of the partner sites that we support, our medical team is committed to providing the very best care tailored to the unique needs of the patient.
We applaud our partner locations for maintaining state-of-the-art equipment, which, together with our board-certified radiologists, helps to ensure imaging studies that are accurate and with timely results reporting, providing patients and referring physicians with the information they need to make informed decisions about their care.
On-site radiology expertise
At Alexandria Radiology, we understand that timely and accurate diagnostic imaging is crucial for proper patient care. That’s why we perform a wide range of advanced imaging services at our partner locations, including Inova Alexandria Hospital, Inova Mount Vernon Hospital, Inova Outpatient Centers, and RAYUS Radiology.
Types of advanced imaging offered at our partner locations
These advanced imaging procedures include MRI and CT, as well as Nuclear Medicine and Biopsy of virtually any tissue or organ of the body.
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) uses a powerful magnetic field and radio waves to create detailed images of the body’s internal structures. MRI is a versatile imaging technique that can provide valuable diagnostic information for a variety of conditions, including cancer, neurological disorders, joint and spine injuries, and more.
Computed tomography (CT) uses a more sophisticated version of an X-ray and computer technology to create detailed cross-sectional images of the body. CT scans are useful for evaluating injuries, diagnosing cancer, detecting abnormalities in the chest, abdomen, and pelvis, and for visualizing blood vessels and organs.
Nuclear Medicine is a specialized branch of diagnostic imaging that uses safe, traceable amounts of radioactive materials to diagnose and monitor various medical conditions. It involves the administration of radiopharmaceuticals, which are substances that emit gamma rays, into the body.
These radiopharmaceuticals target specific organs or tissues, allowing a highly-skilled nuclear medicine technologist to capture detailed images of their structure and function. This non-invasive imaging technique provides valuable information for a range of conditions, including cancer, heart disease, neurological disorders, and bone abnormalities.