Radiology at NewYork-Presbyterian/Lower Manhattan Hospital

Clinical Services: Radiology
Lower Manhattan
170 William Street
New York, NY 10038
(212) 312-5179

The expert radiologists in the NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medicine’s Department of Radiology provide our patients the highest quality adult and pediatric diagnostic radiology services, interventional radiology services/image-guided therapies, and nuclear/molecular imaging/therapies.  We provide care for our patients using the most advanced imaging equipment in safe, comfortable, modern, and beautiful facilities.

All of our radiologists are on the faculty of Weill Cornell Medicine and most have completed advanced fellowships. As leaders in their fields, our physicians provide consistent, high-quality care for conditions ranging from the everyday to the rare and complex.  

The radiologists and physicists work with highly skilled radiology technologists and nurses to perform and coordinate imaging services with your medical care and surgical care.  Using state-of-the-art equipment, our radiologists perform and interpret over 500,000 examinations each year. Our health care team is committed to providing care as safely and comfortably as possible.

We are American College of Radiology (ACR) accredited in Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), Computed Tomography (CT), Nuclear Medicine (NM), and Ultrasound.

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Vivian J.

"She was great! Really listened to my problems and was super sweet. Everything you look for in a doctor. The massage therapist on site was amazing too, I didn't want to leave her. Can't wait to see them both again!"

Feb 22, 2017
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Katherine K.

"Dr. Connolly makes me feel better every time I visit. Her explanations of how everything works makes the process easy to understand and digestible. I can feel myself getting better each week. I highly recommend visiting Dr. Connolly."

Feb 15, 2017
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