University Imaging is the newest and most advanced diagnostic imaging center in Wayne, New Jersey. Yet it is grounded in a tradition of excellence, as our radiologists have been serving the community for more than 20 years through their relationship with St. Joseph’s Healthcare System.
Now, with the latest equipment, we are able to provide the clearest diagnostic images using the lowest dose technology ever offered in the least amount of time. This means your doctor will be well equipped to provide you with the most accurate diagnosis, while you spend less time being tested and less time waiting for results.
In addition to our tradition inspired by St. Joseph’s Healthcare System, what truly sets us apart is our drive to stay on the cutting edge of medical diagnostics, through continuing education and a never-ending search for the newest treatments, techniques and technology. If you are looking for radiology services in the greater Wayne, NJ, area, call us at 973.595.1300.
|See our write-up in Imaging Economics' 2013 'Best Of Radiology Facilities'|
... for being named to the 2014 list of Top Doctors by Wayne Magazine. Dr. Duhaney, who also serves as Vice Chairman of Radiology for St. Joseph's Wayne Hospital, has been a University Imaging Radiologist since it opened in 2009. He is admired by patients, friends and colleagues at University Imaging and St. Joseph's Healthcare System. Congratulations Dr. Duhaney!
As the premier diagnostic center in northern New Jersey, University Imaging will provide excellence in radiology services to patients and their physicians. We offer the highest level of imaging services, while treating our patients with compassion and respect.
... about the many services offered by St. Joseph's Regional Medical Center,
The staff at University Imaging encourages you to take an active role in managing your health. Each month we advise you of a health topic and share relevant test information about it.
January is Thyroid Awareness Month
As many as 59 million Americans have thyroid problems and the majority of them are undiagnosed. Symptoms include low body temperature, low or high blood pressure, heart palpitations, weight loss or gain, a lump in neck.
If you experience any of these, talk to your doctor. A thorough medical exam includes a review of risk factors, blood testing and frequently, an ultrasound to provide a clear image of your thyroid. For more information on ultrasounds available through University Imaging click here