Radiology (Imaging)

Revolutionary Services You Can Count On

At COPC we have mastered the art of embracing the leading technology that advances the future of Imaging and Radiology, without compromising the speed and accuracy of our services. From MRI and CT scans to ultrasounds and x-rays, our highly qualified Radiologists will consistently provide a superior experience to COPC patients that use our Imaging and Radiology services.


tests are performed by our Imaging Services Department every year!

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Imaging and Radiology Locations

Olentangy Radiology Center


Reynoldsburg Radiology


Westerville Radiology


Columbus East Ancillary Center


Our Services


Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) is one form of imaging modality used by physicians to look inside the human body to obtain clinically useful diagnostic information. Incorporating advanced technologies, MRI scans produce images of the anatomy without the use of radiation.

CT Scan

Computed Axial Tomography (CT Scan or CAT Scan) is a diagnostic test that combines the use of x-rays with computer technology. A series of x-ray beams from many different angles are used to create cross-sectional images of the body. These images are assembled into a three dimensional picture that can display organs, bones and tissues in great detail. Click here to view the CT preparation forms.


Bone densitometry (DEXA) is an accurate method of measuring the calcium content (or density) of bones using low dose x-rays. The amount of calcium in a bone gives some idea of how likely it is to fracture in the future. If the density is low, then there is a greater chance of fracture. Click here to view the DEXA preparation form.


Ultrasounds are defined as sounds with frequencies greater than 20,000 Hertz above the range audible to the human ear. An ultrasound exam or sonogram, is a safe and generally non-invasive procedure that utilizes high-frequency sound waves to image an internal body structure. Click here to view the ultrasound preparation forms.


General x-rays are used to look for broken bones, problems in the lungs and abdomen, and other ailments. X-ray examinations are painless, fast, and easy. Patients are given instructions if special preparation is required.

Ultrasound-guided Thyroid Biopsy

Thyroid biopsies use ultrasounds and fine needles to remove thyroid cells for examination. The thyroid is located in front of the trachea (windpipe) at the top of the neck. In most cases, numbing medicine is not needed because the needle is very thin. Prior to this procedure, patients may eat normally and take their normal medication unless otherwise instructed. A typical thyroid biopsy takes less than ten minutes.

Meet the Team

Steve Saeger

Manager, COPC Radiology Services