X-Ray | Emerson Hospital
​An X-ray is a noninvasive medical test that helps physicians diagnose a wide array of medical conditions. With X-ray imaging, the part of the body being examined is exposed to a small dose of radiation to produce pictures of the inside of the body.

At Emerson Hospital, we use advanced X-ray imaging to diagnose: We also perform several specialized X-ray tests to diagnose specific conditions, including: When the X-ray beam is used with a video screen, this technique is called fluoroscopy. This allows physicians to visualize the movement of a body part, an instrument or dye (contrast agent) through the body in real time. 

Diagnostic X-ray and specialized fluoroscopy services are available at Emerson’s main campus in Concord. 

Routine diagnostic X-ray services are available at the Center for Specialty Care, Westford Health Center, Emerson Medical at Sudbury, and Emerson Hospital Health Center in Groton.

To obtain X-ray test results

By law, this requires a signed medical records release form and photo identification. To make a request, please call:

To schedule an appointment

To schedule an appointment for an x-ray, please call 978-287-3003. Walk-ins are welcome at all locations.​