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Dr. Joe Ullman, Interventional Radiologist Joins SNHRC!

Dr. Ullman is an award-winning Radiologist who earned his medical degree at George Washington University School of Medicine in 1984. He completed his Internship in 1985 and Residency in 1989 at the Medical Center of Delaware. He has two Fellowships – one in Angiography / Interventional Radiology at Albert Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania,...

November 13, 2017January 17, 2018by
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Dr. Elizabeth Angelakis, MD, Breast Imaging Expert joins SNHR

Dr. Angelakis is a Breast Imaging Expert who brings a wealth of knowledge and experience in all aspects of breast imaging, including Digital and 3-D Mammography, stereotactic, breast ultrasound and MRI procedures. She serves as Chief of Breast Imaging for SNHRC. Dr. Angelakis earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Brandeis University. She later received...

November 13, 2017January 17, 2018by
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John C. Loh, MD, Musculoskeletal Specialist, joins SNHRC

SNHRC is pleased to welcome to Dr. John C. Loh to our practice. Dr. Loh is a Musculoskeletal Specialist who brings a wealth of knowledge and experience with an emphasis on musculoskeletal MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging.) Dr. Loh graduated from The University of Michigan, where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering.  He later...

November 13, 2017January 17, 2018by
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Dr. Peter van der Meer Repeats as Top Doctor for Radiology in Annual Survey

New Hampshire Magazine has published its 2012 listing of Top Doctors and Peter van der Meer MD has once again been named Top Doctor in the specialty of Radiology. Dr. van der Meer is among a list of 51 top specialists who were chosen by their peers. He has also been named a Top Doctor and Leading Physician...

November 13, 2017January 17, 2018by
Digital Mammography
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Digital Mammography

The most advanced mammography imaging technologies available for the early detection of breast cancer.

Diagnostic Xray
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Diagnostic Xray

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
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Bone Densitometry

Bone Densitometry examinations, also called DEXASCAN, measure the mineral content of the bone.

Ultrasound
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Ultrasound

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.