What is An X-Ray?
An x-ray is a test that helps doctors diagnose and treat medical conditions. The part of the body being studied is exposed to a small dose of radiation to make images of the inside of the body. X-rays can be taken of bones, chest and the upper and lower parts of your digestive system.
The experienced, caring team of technologists and board-certified radiologists provide your test in a safe and comfortable environment.
If your doctor orders an imaging study, you may request that it be done at Kent Hospital.