X-ray Richmond Hill is a good place to see and be seen.
The facility consists of three state of the art imaging suites, including a dedicated mammography center. Located in the southeast corner of Major Mackenzie Dr and Harding Blvd, it is the brainchild of medical director and radiologist Michael Oswald. Besides imaging, the facility also houses a lab for biochemical research. The site is home to a number of accolades including being named a best hospital in Queens and one of the top ten hospitals in New York. X-ray Richmond Hill was a big hit with locals and visitors alike.
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The x-rays are generated using invisible beams of radiation that travel through the body, based on the density of different tissues. Bony structures, such as bones and the lungs, absorb more radiation than less dense tissues, such as muscle or fat. Therefore, they appear white on the developed image of an x-ray.
There are two types of x-rays: low-energy and high-energy x-rays. Lower energy x-rays produce less radiation than higher energy x-rays and can be safer for patients with a family history of cancer or other health concerns.