The most advanced mammography imaging technologies available for the early detection of breast cancer.
Southern NH Radiology Consultants
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Diagnostic Radiology, or X-ray imaging, is one of the safest and quickest ways to examine the body`s internal structures for diseases or bone fractures.
Bone Densitometry examinations, also called DEXASCAN, measure the mineral content of the bone.
Ultrasound is a simple, painless, and safe diagnostic procedure which works by bouncing high- frequency sound waves off of parts of the body and captures the returning "echoes" as images.
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Our office hours are 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM Monday through Friday.
We accept most major insurance plans and will be happy to help you with your billing and insurance questions.
Our phone number is (603) 627.1661
If you received your x-ray exam at the hospital, you may receive two separate bills – – one from the hospital and one from the radiologist.
Please be assured that you are not being billed for the same service twice. Your x-ray consists of two distinct services. These are known as the technical and professional components. When an x-ray is performed at a hospital, most radiology services are billed as two separate bills.
The hospital bill represents the technical component and account for items such as use of the x-ray equipment, pharmaceuticals, supplies and technical personnel (the x-ray techs).
The bill from SNHRC is for the professional interpretation of your x-ray images. The radiologists at SNHRC are specially trained physicians who study and interpret your x-ray examination and generate a written report that is sent to your doctor or the attending physicians that ordered your x-ray.
Because the radiologists at SNHRC are part of an independent practice, and are not employees of any of the hospitals where they provide services, our professional services are billed separately.