Compassionate Diagnostic Imaging.
Responsive and Exceptional Care.
Specialists in ImagingPremier Imaging, is dedicated to providing exceptional, personalized care and expert readings for our patients. Our radiologists are fellowship-trained in Mammography, Body Imaging, Musculoskeletal Imaging, Neuroradiology and Interventional Radiology.
Experienced RadiologistsEach of our radiologists have completed extensive education and clinical training as well as specialized training in their area(s) of expertise. They are board-certified professionals who hold memberships and fellowships in numerous distinguished medical organizations.
Our ServicesWe hold ourselves to a high level of excellence in every aspect of our practice. This includes the care we provide, the equipment we use, the health and safety protocols we follow, and the incidental services we offer. Above all, our aim is to provide each of our patients with exceptional service and expert results at affordable pricing.
- 3D Mammography
- Breast Ultrasounds
- Diagnostic Mammography
- Breast Biopsy
- Cancer Risk Assessments
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is a safe and painless test that uses a magnetic field and radio waves to produce detailed pictures of the body’s organs and structures. Our fellowship-trained radiologists read patients’ MRI images as part of the comprehensive diagnostic process.
Computerized axial tomography (CT) is a painless X-ray test in which a computer generates cross-sectional views of a patient’s anatomy. It can identify normal and abnormal structures, and may also be used for procedures. Our radiologists read high-quality CT images to provide our patients with the most accurate interpretations possible.
Digital X-Ray Readings
Diagnostic ultrasound, also called sonography or diagnostic medical sonography, is an imaging method that uses a transducer with high-frequency sound waves to produce images of structures within the body. The images can provide valuable information for diagnosing a variety of diseases and conditions.
Biopsies / Special Procedures
A Biopsy is the removal of tissue to be interpreted by a pathologist in order to yield a diagnosis. The biopsies performed by board-certified radiologists at Premier Imaging are sub-specialty trained and are performed using either stereotactic or ultrasound guidance. Our radiologists also perform an array of CT and ultrasound-guided procedures including Arthrogram, myelogram, and therapeutic injections.
“Exceptional care and service-from scheduling the appointment to the procedure everyone I encountered was friendly, professional and caring. They go above and beyond to make you comfortable and less anxious. They were able to schedule a follow up scan just hours after they called to tell me I needed to come back in. I really appreciate their ability to accommodate early morning and late evening hours.”
“Everyone was so kind to me. They made me feel comfortable during my entire visit - going above and beyond. Perfect Covid protocols in a clean environment. Highly recommend!”
Featured Blog Posts
We’re matched! Premier Imaging, who administers the highly regarded Diagnostic Radiology residency program at Norwalk Hospital, is pleased to announce matching the 20th and 30th picks out of 95 possible candidates interviewed. Matching in the top third of candidates in this year’s match indicates the strength of our highly supportive and clinically outstanding residency training
Norwalk Hospital won a Top 100 Best Hospitals award for 2022 from Healthgrades. This honor means Norwalk Hospital is in the top 2% of the nation for consistently delivering clinical quality care year over year. In addition, Norwalk Hospital was recognized by Healthgrades, the leading online resource for comprehensive information about physicians and hospitals, with
Everything You Want to Know Magnetic resonance imaging, or simply MRI, is one of the more popular and most effective medical procedures in diagnosing abnormalities or monitoring treatments. Roughly a century ago, doctors would rely on symptoms and signs, which we now know is not an efficient method to make a diagnosis. Fortunately, today’s medical