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Home » Services » Radiology


Karen Woods RT R M CT
Director of Radiology Services
90 Swiftwater Road
Woodsville, NH 03785

Hours of Service:

7am 11pm seven days a week.
On Call and Emergency Services are provided (after hours and on holidays) every day, year round. For Inquiries or Appointments: please call 603-747-9213.

The Department of Radiologic Imaging Services provides comprehensive imaging services including:
Diagnostic Radiology (X-Ray)
o Operative Imaging (C-Arm and portable)
o Guidance Imaging in our Certified Pain Clinic
o Fluoroscopy
Digital Mammography, Accredited by the ACR & FDA Approved
o Softer Mammogram Provider
o Computed Aided Diagnosis
Nerve Block Sonography
Computed Tomography (CT Scan)
Bone Densitometry (DXA)
Nuclear Medicine, Cardiac Stress Testing
Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)

Images are available to all providers through a secure Picture Archive and Communication System both within Cottage Hospital and at most area physician offices.

Cottage Hospital provides imaging services for patients of our providers and of providers affiliated with other facilities with a signed physician order and proper documentation.

For more information about Radiology tests, please visit the website:

Technologist Information:
Although not required by the State of New Hampshire, Cottage Hospital requires all of its Radiologic Technologists to be registry eligible or licensed by the appropriate licensing agencies (ARRT, ARDMS). Professional affiliation and further licensure for specialized modalities is encouraged among staff members to ensure our patients have qualified professionals to perform their examinations. Each technologist maintains rigorous continuing education requirements and must be certified in basic life support. Licensure is posted throughout the imaging department.

Other Links for more information:
American Cancer Society:
American Registry of Radiologic Technologists:
American Registry of Registered Diagnostic Sonographers:
American Society of Echocardiography:
American College of Radiology: