Call Central Registration at 631.477.5121, Monday through Friday, 8 am – 3 pm to make an appointment for your diagnostic test. Make sure you have your physician's order and your health plan identification card when you arrive at the hospital’s outpatient registration window.
Laboratory services include chemistry, serology, hematology, cytology, microbiology, immunology, histology, urinalysis and blood bank.
General blood work may be drawn from 7:30 am to 10 am Monday - Friday on the main level of the hospital near the Emergency Room waiting area. Appointments are recommended for laboratory testing. Walk-ins are also welcome. After 10 am, visit the blood drawing station on the lower level of the hospital.
Radiology and Imaging
Advanced diagnostic imaging includes bone densitometry, ultrasound, low dose 128-slice CT scanner, 1.5 Tesla Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) and 3 D mammography/tomosynthesis as well as nuclear medicine and traditional x-ray.
All imaging procedures are performed using state-of-the-art equipment that adheres to stringent regulatory standards. The healthcare professionals who administer and interpret these procedures are committed to obtaining the most accurate diagnostic information possible. ELIH has a reputation for superior service built on standards of excellence for clinical quality.
Bone Densitometry: A quick and painless non-invasive procedure for osteoporosis, bone mineral densitometry (BMD) measures the thickness of your bones. These tests compare your bone density (strength) with standards for what is expected in someone of your age, gender, and size. Additionally, test results are compared to the optimal peak bone density of a healthy young adult of the same gender.
Ultrasound: Also called sonography, ultrasound uses high-frequency sound waves (beyond the range of human hearing) and computer processing to create detailed images of internal organs and other soft-tissue structures inside the body. With ultrasound there's no exposure to radiation.