COMPREHENSIVE SERVICESConvenient outpatient centers throughout the Triangle.
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Did You Know?
Wake Radiology is right-sized just for you.
+ Large enough to serve you, small enough to know you
+ outpatient locations throughout the Triangle, many with weekend, evening and early morning hours.
+ All images are read and interpreted by a board certified, subspecialty trained radiologist right here in the Triangle.
Wake Radiology’s contingent of body imaging specialists utilize sophisticated imaging equipment and powerful computer systems, once available only at large health centers, to identify disease processes at an earlier stage. Our comprehensive services offered in convenient outpatient centers include traditional X-ray and real time fluoroscopy, ultrasound, computed tomography (CT), nuclear medicine, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), and positron emission tomography (PET·CT). Our body imaging radiologists work closely with your physician or specialist to provide prompt reliable results. Our ability to view the body’s internal structures and system functions has enabled our radiologists to detect and diagnose disease and illness earlier, in a non-invasive manner, leading to treatment and intervention with more successful outcomes.
Subspecialists in Body Imaging
Our fourteen subspecialists in body imaging provide an unusually extensive depth of expertise that ranges from conventional techniques to advanced imaging protocols. Our computed tomography (CT) program employs stringent dose reduction guidelines for adult and pediatric CT exams and Wake Radiology proudly participates in the Image Gently initiative sponsored by the Alliance for Radiation Safety in Pediatric Imaging. Wake Radiology conducts one of the largest body MRI programs in the region and our depth of expertise is well known.
Convenient Office Locations
We offer convenient office locations throughout Raleigh, Cary, Garner, Wake Forest, and Chapel Hill with parking just steps away from check in. Our MRI centers offer extended evening and weekend hours and sedation is available upon request for adult patients who are claustrophobic. Wake Radiology’s ultrasound section is staffed by highly qualified ultrasonographers with over 325 combined years experience. All of our ultrasonographers are registered by the American Registry of Diagnostic Medical Sonographers (ARDMS) in at least one of these areas of specialty; abdominal, OBG-GYN, breast, and vascular sonography. Ultrasound is used to diagnose disease and aid in guiding interventional procedures like breast and thyroid biopsies.
Extensive List of Body Imaging Services
There are many nuclear medicine imaging services available at Wake Radiology and this technique allows our radiologists to visualize organ function, and to diagnose and determine the extent of disease on a metabolic level. And, with the addition of our PET·CT center in Cary we have created a comfortable outpatient setting for a critical imaging procedure, once only offered in a hospital setting. At Wake Radiology, time is on your side. With multiple outpatient imaging centers, appointments are often available within hours or days of scheduling, and your physician will have our results quickly. Our responsiveness and communication allow physicians to remain the focal point of care. Combined with continuity of imaging over time and across imaging modalities, these are hallmarks of a high standard of care.
Meet Our Body Imaging Radiologist
Dr. Barnwell is a body imaging radiologist who received his fellowship training from Washington University. He joined Wake Radiology in 2016. View Full Biography »
Dr. Burge is a body imaging radiologist who received her fellowship training from the Mallinckrodt Institute. She joined Wake Radiology in 1990. View Full Biography »
Dr. Cheran, whose expertise is in abdominal imaging, joined our practice in 2010. He is board certified in diagnostic radiology by the American Board of Radiology. View Full Biography »
Dr. Coates, who has been with Wake Radiology since 1996, is director of Wake Radiology’s body magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) services, and co-director of Breast MRI services. View Full Biography »
Dr. Douglas is a body imaging radiologist with special clinical interest in cardiac computed tomography (CT) angiography and CT cardiac calcium scoring. View Full Biography »
Dr. Gaal is a body imaging radiologist at Wake Radiology with special clinical interest in advanced body imaging, cardiovascular imaging, and imaging informatics. View Full Biography »
Dr. Gullotto joined Wake Radiology in 2004. He is a body imaging radiologist and a Breast MRI specialist with special clinical interest in abdominal imaging and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). View Full Biography »
Dr. Paul A. Haugan joined Wake Radiology in 2004 and is currently the chairman of the Department of Radiology at WakeMed Cary Hospital. View Full Biography »
Dr. Matzko is a body imaging radiologist at Wake Radiology with special clinical interests in cross-sectional imaging, advanced body magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and magnetic resonance angiography (MRA). View Full Biography »
Dr. Monu is a body imaging radiologist who received his fellowship training from the University of California in San Francisco. He joined Wake Radiology in 2016. View Full Biography »
Dr. Rougier-Chapman joined Wake Radiology in 2004 and is co-director of the practice's Breast MRI services. He is a body imaging radiologist with special clinical interests in breast magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). View Full Biography »
Dr. Schulz is a body imaging radiologist and PET-CT imaging specialist at Wake Radiology. He currently serves as director of the practice's PET-CT services. View Full Biography »
Dr. Spargo, a body imaging radiologist, joined Wake Radiology in 1996. Dr. Spargo completed fellowships in computed tomography (CT) and interventional magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). View Full Biography »
Dr. Way is a body imaging radiologist with expertise in cross-sectional body imaging. His special clinical interests include positive emission tomography (PET), body computed tomography (CT), nuclear medicine, and ultrasonography. View Full Biography »