Radiology and X-Ray

Important Notice. April 4- June 6, 2022

We are committed to providing the highest quality care. In delivering on our commitment, we are investing in upgraded X-ray technology to best serve your imaging needs at Southern New Hampshire Medical Center. From April 4, 2022 through June 6, 2022, we will be working through this technology improvement. During this time, imaging services located at Southern New Hampshire Medical Center will continue, and will continue to be available to you at several other convenient locations, which are listed below.

Thank you for your patience as we make these important upgrades to better serve you!


State-of-the-art medical imaging lets us “see inside the body.” Board-certified radiologists analyze these X-ray and computer-generated images, and help guide treatment decisions. 

Our services

X-Ray Images

To request a copy of your images, please call the Radiology Imaging Services Department at 603-577-2819 Monday to Friday 8am to 4pm or send a request via email to  Please allow two days after your images have been completed to request a copy. All images will be provided along with the reports on a CD.  If you wish to obtain a copy of the Radiologist report only (no images), please call the Medical Records Department at 603-577-7568. 
We do have the ability to transfer images electronically to many facilities, therefore a CD may not be required to be picked up. A member of our Imaging Services Department will instruct you if we are able to transfer your images electronically.
There will be a fee for patients who would like a copy of their images for personal use.   

ACR Accredited

Our facility is accredited by the American College of Radiology, with individual accreditation in CT, MRI and PET scanning, ultrasound, and mammography. This distinction recognizes the high quality of our doctors and staff, our equipment, the images we take, and the quality control measures we follow.

We’re committed to your safety with lower radiation doses, and a radiation protection program to limit over-exposure. You can even estimate your radiation for common imaging studies.