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Radiology

At CVMC, our Radiology department performs exams to "image" internal body parts and systems. These images help providers diagnose injuries, diseases and other illnesses.

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Central Vermont Medical Center Main Campus

Central Vermont Medical Center
130 Fisher Road
Berlin, VT  05602

Phone: 802-371-4250
Fax: 802-371-5352

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Appointments can be scheduled Monday to Friday. Early morning and evening appointments available.

The department is staffed 7 days a week, 24 hours a day to allow for emergency testing.

Appointments: 
802-371-4249

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We offer the following tests (all of which must be ordered by a provider for both inpatients and outpatients):

To request a copy of your radiology study, use the following form:

PDF icon Authorization to Release Patient Health Information HIM-050.pdf

Ensuring Safety

Radiology equipment operated by licensed technologists is completely safe and without significant health risks to you. Technologists use radiation-reducing measures such as minimizing the area exposed to x-rays, and lead aprons for patients of childbearing age. Pregnant patients are encouraged to notify the technologist before the exam starts.

Department Accreditations:

  • CVMC's MRI unit is accredited by the American College of Radiology (ACR).
  • CVMC's Mammography Department is accredited by the American College of Radiology (ACR) and by the Food & Drug Administration's (FDA) Mammography Quality Standards Act (MQSA).
  • The entire Department is also approved by the Joint Commission on Accreditation and Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO).
  • In addition to JCAHO accreditation, the imaging equipment is inspected by both Federal and State agencies such as the Nuclear Regulatory Commission and the Vermont Department of Health & Human Services.

Radiologists

CVMC employs American College of Radiology board-certified Radiologists. These are doctors specifically trained to read and interpret the exams performed.