Singing River Health System’s Radiology group features six board-certified radiologists, including members with fellowship training in interventional radiology, musculoskeletal radiology, and neuroradiology.
The state-of-the-art technology at Singing River Health System’s Imaging Centers captures clear imagery which enables physicians to quickly diagnose and treat medical conditions, diseases, or trauma.
The key to determining a successful course of treatment is pinpointing the diagnosis quickly and accurately.
- CT Scans
- 3D Digital Mammogram
- Breast MRI
- Breast Biopsy
- Nuclear Medicine
- PET/CT Scans
Services provided in our hospitals on an inpatient basis include angiography, CT, X-ray, MRI, nuclear medicine, ultrasound, and PET/CT.
In order to meet the imaging needs of our patients across the Mississippi Gulf Coast, we operate three outpatient Imaging Centers, two hospital-based radiology clinics, and offer some imaging services at three of our outpatient complete care clinics.
Beginning Monday, April 6th, our Outpatient Laboratories and Radiology-Imaging Services will be closing at 3:00 p.m at all Singing River Medical Parks and Imaging Centers.
The Imaging Centers have been designed to be non-clinical, relaxing and beautifully appointed. A friendly, knowledgeable staff will also make your visit as pleasant as possible. Our patient liaison will work one-on-one with you to answer your questions and guide you through the process. In addition, a registered nurse and physician are available to consult with you and provide information regarding your visit.
To make an appointment, call (228) 809-2355 today (For Singing River Gulfport (formerly Garden Park Medical), please call (228) 575-7151). For MRI or CT/PET services, pre-authorization is required based on your insurance. PET/CT services are offered Tuesdays at Pascagoula Hospital and Fridays at Ocean Springs Hospital.
In preparation for your exam, please notify the staff of any of the following conditions prior to your exam: pacemaker, pregnancy, claustrophobia, history of kidney problems, skin tattoos, neurostimulators (TENS-unit), implanted drug infusion device (i.e., insulin pump), exposure of metal fragments to your eye, artificial heart valves, aneurysm clips, cochlear implants, metallic implants and prosthesis, vascular stent or stent graft, history as a metal worker, shrapnel or bullet wounds, dorsal column stimulators, allergy to iodine or gadolinium, history of diabetes, and other conditions you believe to be relevant.
Please leave your valuables at home, including jewelry, to prevent it from being lost, for they have to be removed prior to entering the scan room.