Radiology reading an xray
Posted on December 7th, 2018 by Speare Memorial Hospital

New Radiologists Expand Services for Central New Hampshire Communities

Speare is now working with Southern New Hampshire Radiology Consultants (SNHRC) to provide increased services in Central New Hampshire. Dr. Kevin Rivera, chief of radiology at Speare, is leading the expansion with specialty training and the purchase of new equipment and technology.

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ABOUT SNHRC

SNHRC is comprised of a group of highly trained board-certified radiologists, fellowship trained in the subspecialty areas of neurology, body imaging, musculoskeletal radiology, pediatric radiology, interventional radiology, and breast radiology.

Using various imaging methods that include ultrasound, CT, MRI, and fluoroscopy, new services include:

Radiology reading an xrayBIOPSY PROCEDURES:

• Ultrasound-guided breast biopsy & aspiration
• Stereotactic core breast biopsy
• Liver
• Thyroid
• Soft tissue (muscle, lymph nodes)

Radiology procedures at SpeareOTHER PROCEDURES:

• Abscess drainage procedures
• Pain management for small, medium, large joints
• Epidural steroid injection
• Paracentesis
• Thoracentesis

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