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Advanced Imaging Services

If your physician has ordered medical imaging for a chronic condition or acute injury, you have options. Our team of subspecialized radiologists offers advanced, precise imaging in a patient-focused, outpatient setting.

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Charlotte Radiology
Corporate Office
700 E Morehead St., Suite 300
Charlotte, NC 28202

Charlotte Radiology complies with applicable federal civil rights laws and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability or sex. 

I was very, very pleased with the service I received. The entire staff was very pleasant and professional throughout the entire process.

— Carolinas Imaging Services Patient

Carolinas Imaging Services is a joint venture between Charlotte Radiology and Atrium Health, offering precise, accurate imaging in a welcoming environment at five locations throughout Charlotte and the surrounding communities.


Sophisticated imaging allows your physician to see the internal structures of your body, giving them an insight into the root cause behind your symptoms. From MRI and CT scans to X-ray and ultrasound services, we provide high-quality imaging in a comfortable and convenient outpatient setting.

With evening and weekend hours, as well as same-day and next-day availability, Carolinas Imaging Services is determined to help you achieve a diagnosis. Some of the imaging services we offer include:

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Imaging Centers Near You

Carolinas Imaging Services – Ballantyne
15110 John J. Delaney Drive
Suite 130-A
Charlotte, NC 28277

Carolinas Imaging Services – Denver
409 Olin Way
Suite 1100
Denver, NC 28037

Carolinas Imaging Services – Huntersville
16455 Statesville Road
Suite 110-A
Huntersville, NC 28078

Carolinas Imaging Services – Matthews
1401 Matthews Township Parkway
Suite 310-B
Matthews, NC 28105

Carolinas Imaging Services – Rock Hill
1656 Riverchase Blvd.
Suite 1600
Rock Hill, SC 29732

Carolinas Imaging Services – SouthPark
4525 Cameron Valley Parkway
Suite 1000-B
Charlotte, NC 28211

  • CT (computed tomography) — advanced X-ray technology that captures cross-sectional images of the body, including the abdomen, chest and pelvis, which can be useful to identify tumors

  • MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) — magnetic fields and radio waves generate digital images to take a closer look at nerves and tendons, as well as soft tissue in the brain, muscles and organs

  • Ultrasound — also called a sonogram, a diagnostic tool that uses sound waves to show damage or disease to tissue and organs and is commonly used to produce real-time images of a fetus during pregnancy

  • X-ray and fluoroscopy — black and white images generated via electromagnetic waves which can reveal broken bones and other abnormalities

  • Pediatric imaging — age-specific imaging for children and adolescents that follows the "image gently" guidelines of reducing radiation doses when possible