Gonzaba Medical Group (GMG) is one of the leading providers of diagnostic imaging services in San Antonio with affordable radiology services offered at our three medical centers – Main, Northwest, and Woodlawn.
Part of what sets Gonzaba Medical Group apart from other medical facilities and clinics is our state-of-the-art technological capabilities. We recently upgraded our CT and MRI to offer faster, more detailed images that are reviewed by a board-certified Radiologist. Our report turnaround time is within 24 hours.
Our radiology department is accredited by the American College of Radiology, Intersocietal Accreditation Commission and the Texas Department of State Health Services. This means we have voluntarily gone through a rigorous review process to ensure we meet nationally-accepted standards. GMG is proud to feature the services of board certified radiologists and of our efforts to invest in our staff. We offer competitive, affordable imaging without sacrificing quality.
GMG’s Radiology Department utilizes industry-leading RIS/PACS (Radiology Information System/Picture Archiving and Communication System) technology. Our PACS enables nearly instant access to images and patient data. Our board-certified radiologists utilize voice recognition software, allowing immediate access to radiology reports as soon as reports are dictated, minimizing report turnaround time.
Most medical clinics do not offer radiology services in one convenient location and send patients to area hospitals or imaging facilities for diagnostic testing. Gonzaba patients enjoy the convenience of not having to travel far to receive the best in advanced imaging at affordable costs.
GONZABA RADIOLOGY SERVICES:
Main Medical Center – MRI, CT Scan, Ultrasound, Vascular, Mammography, X-ray, Bone Density, and Echocardiograms
Northwest Medical Center – Ultrasound, Vascular, Mammography, X-ray, Bone Density, and Echocardiograms
Woodlawn Medical Center – X Ray, Echocardiograms, Ultrasound, and Vascular
For questions about any imaging services that we provide, please call 210-923-XRAY (9729) to speak with an Ancillary Coordinator.
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