Mercy Health — Austintown Imaging and Lab Services
Mercy Health - Austintown Imaging and Lab Services
6252 Mahoning Ave.
Austintown, OH 44515
Phone: (330) 792-7418
To schedule an appt.: (330) 884-7219
To request a disc, please call the phone number listed above. Be sure to bring a photo ID with you when you pick up the disc. Recipients will be asked to sign a release form at that time.
General Medical Imaging Services
State-of-the-art equipment, such as CR (computed radiography) and digital radiography. All technologists are ARRT certified.
24 Hour coverage for outpatients and emergency department patients.
Cat Scan technologists are highly trained to use the lowest radiation dose possible according to the Ohio Department of Health regulations.The exams may be enhanced by the use of either IV and/or oral contrast as directed by the referring physician and the ordering diagnosis.
24 Hour coverage for Outpatients and Emergency department patients.
Our ultrasound offers a full range of services including:
- Carotid duplex ultrasound
- Venous duplex ultrasound (for DVT, vein mapping and venous incompetence)
- General ultrasound procedures such as thyroid, abdomen and pelvis
- Outpatients and Emergency department patients can be done M-F 830a-5p, along with 24 Hour call coverage.
The mobile MRI unit at St. Elizabeth Austintown Diagnostic Center is a Siemens WIDE BORE 1.5T system that offers a wide range of exams, from cervical to lumbar, shoulders to knees, even including magnetic resonance angiography (MRA) studies. This modality is only offered on Thursdays.
Lung Cancer Screening Program
Did you know that survival rates for lung cancer patients increase when their cancer is detected and treated early? It’s true. Unfortunately only 1 in 8 people with lung cancer are diagnosed in the early stages of the disease. National studies have shown that screening a specific population for lung cancer with a CT scan can reduce the risk of dying from lung cancer by 20 percent. Lung cancer screening is quick and easy, and the radiation exposure is very low.
For this reason, Mercy Health launched a Lung Cancer Screening Program that offers a low-cost service based on state-of-the-art screening methods for lung cancer in high-risk patients.
Who Should Be Screened?
Screening is recommended for people who are at a high risk for lung cancer:
Age 55 or older
Current smoking history of 30+ pack years
Quit smoking within the past 15 years with a prior smoking history
How Does it Work?
If you have a doctor, contact them for a referral. Simply tell them you want to take part in the Mercy Health Lung Cancer Screening Program. If you meet the criteria for lung cancer screening, your doctor will be able to schedule your chest CT at a Mercy Health facility.
If you do not have a doctor, call Mercy Health Youngstown at 877-654-8594 or visit Find a Doctor.
The results of your scan are sent to your doctor. Depending on the results, you will be advised about the need for continued screening or additional testing and treatment. Fortunately, most health insurances now cover early screening for lung cancer.
For more information please contact:
Vanessa Chamberlain B.S., R.T. (R)(T) Radiology Patient Navigator at: