Diagnostic Imaging

Contact and Hours






Monday-Friday 8:00 am – 5:00 pm. Xrays (by appointment only): Monday-Friday 8:15 am – 4:30 pm, Saturdays 9:00 am – 2:00 pm.

Lower Level


Using our state-of-the-art equipment, we offer a wide array of diagnostic imaging and radiology services:

  • Computed Tomography (CT scan), with and without contrast
  • Fluoroscopy
  • Hysterosalpingography (HSG)
  • MRI’s, with and without contrast
  • Plain film radiography (x-rays)
  • Ultrasound exams

You must have a referral from your clinician before you make an appointment or come in. All exams are by appointment, call 203-432-0340 to schedule. We will inform you of any pre-test preparation when you schedule your appointment.

Please note: You cannot bring your young children with you to your exam. Children are not allowed in the examination rooms and may not be left in the waiting room unattended.

Read why lead aprons are longer needed for patients during X-ray exams.

Appointment Information

Please arrive 30 minutes prior to your scheduled appointment time when coming in for an MRI to allow for completing paperwork and changing your clothes.

A late cancellation/no show fee may apply for appointments canceled or rescheduled less than 24 hours in advance. Visit the Late Cancellation/No Show Fees page to review details.

If your visit includes a sensitive exam, treatment, or procedure, a medical chaperone will be required during that portion of the visit. 

Our Staff

Clinical Manager

  • Curtis McCloggan, MHA, CRA, RT

Clinical Care Coordinator

  • Kelly-Ann Matthews


  • Lisa Reardon, CT Technologist

  • Patricia Bishop

  • Linda Blackwood, RT, RDMS

  • Rogelio Esmer, RT

  • Karl Horobin, RT

  • Andrea Kaman, RT, RDMS

  • Donna McNamara, RT

  • John Priest, MR

Medical Assistant

  • Maribel Vargas-Guzman

Frequently Asked Questions

Why aren’t patients taken in the order they arrive?

The Diagnostic Imaging Department at Yale Health offers many different services, which require different equipment. Another person in the waiting room may be having an ultrasound, MRI or CT scan and is waiting in a different “line”. A patient that qualifies as an “emergency” will be taken in before other non-urgent examinations.

How will I get my results?

The clinician that referred you for the exam will give you the results of the test. The radiology results are only one part of your diagnosis; it is best that your referring clinician provide you with the full diagnosis.

Your results will also be available after 7 days in MyChart (a secure web-based clinician-patient communication tool).

The technologists cannot give you your results. They review each film for technical quality and ensure that optimal information is available. The medical report on your films is provided by a radiologist at a later time and sent to your clinician.