Experts in imaging.
Experts in patient care.
For more than 50 years, Charlotte Radiology has been one of the nation's largest and most progressive radiology practices. With state-of-the-art technology, innovative procedures, and 100+ subspecialized radiologists, our offering is unparalleled – all part of our unwavering commitment to elevating both patient care and the patient experience.
Why Charlotte Radiology?
Excellence in patient care.
At Charlotte Radiology, our patients are at the core of everything we do. We don't believe in one-size-fits-all healthcare; rather, our focus is on providing a personalized experience for every patient, every time. Count on us for the care you deserve.
Since 1967, Charlotte Radiology has consistently pioneered advanced technology. We will continue to elevate our standard of care at every opportunity, ensuring that our patients always have access to the most innovative tools available.
The imaging experts.
Our board-certified, subspecialized radiologists are highly trained in specific areas of the body, making us true experts in imaging. Each of our 100+ radiologists has the training and expertise to pick up subtle irregularities that others may miss.
It’s no secret that early detection saves lives. And we believe the key is annual, mammograms starting at age 40. Charlotte Radiology, 3D mammography is standard of care for all patients, because this advanced technology simply serves our patients best. We provide complete care, and our breast imaging radiologists are board-certified and subspecialized in mammography, reading more than 100,000 mammograms each year.
It’s no secret that early detection saves lives. We believe the key is annual mammograms starting at age 40. At Charlotte Radiology, 3D mammography is standard of care for all patients, because this advanced technology simply serves our patients best. Our breast imaging radiologists are board-certified and subspecialized in mammography, providing expert care for more than 100,000 patients each year.
A joint venture between Charlotte Radiology and Atrium Health, Carolinas Imaging Services (CIS) offers a convenient outpatient alternative to hospital imaging – with the same subspecialized radiologists and state-of-the-art technology. From X-rays and MRIs to CTs and ultrasound, count on CIS for low-cost imaging and price transparency, without sacrificing quality. Try our online Price Transparency Tool for an immediate quote.
Disclaimer: This estimate is based on information currently available through your insurance coverage and the exam your doctor has ordered. The estimate may vary based on any updated information at the time of service and actual services rendered.
The staff and doctors are amazing. They were so caring and compassionate throughout the whole process.
—Charlotte Radiology Patient
Life is too short to live with painful varicose veins – or to be self-conscious of your legs. Charlotte Radiology has been treating varicose and spider veins with minimally invasive procedures since 2001. Our interventional radiologists are subspecialized in vein and vascular diagnoses and treatments, which means they have the training and expertise necessary to treat your vein disease at its source and provide lasting relief.
CT is a noninvasive test that’s able to generate internal images of the body to help physicians accurately diagnose – or rule out – injuries or diseases. CT is often used to determine the cause of unexplained pain, dizziness or shortness of breath, or to further evaluate areas of interest found in other imaging tests. In emergency cases, CT can quickly reveal internal bleeding to help save lives. It’s a powerful tool for evaluating nearly every area of the body, including head, sinuses, chest, spine, abdomen and pelvis. And it can help physicians determine the size and location of tumors and plan the best course of treatment for many cancers.
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Vascular & Interventional
A division of Charlotte Radiology, Vascular & Interventional Specialists offers the best in minimally invasive techniques. Using image-guided technology, like X-ray, ultrasound or fluoroscopy, our subspecialized physicians are able to provide immediate stroke intervention, groundbreaking cancer treatments, amputation prevention and more.