Our radiologic and ultrasound technologists provide exceptional patient care.


Most radiologic services are available twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. The SCCH Radiology Department is staffed by board-certified radiologists and licensed radiologic technologists certified by the American Registry of Radiological Technologists and the American Registry of Diagnostic Medical Sonographers.

Our Services

Digital fluoroscopy

Digital mammography


CT scan

MRI Scan

DEXA Scan (Bone density testing)

Interventional Radiography (biopsies, PICC Lines, etc.)

Nuclear Medicine testing

Echocardiograms (athlete and general)

Digital Mammography

Digital Mammography is just one SCCH Radiology Department service that provides high quality, technological advanced healthcare to area patients. It offers a number of advantages over traditional mammograms. A digital mammogram delivers computer images that can be electronically enhanced by the radiologist, enabling the doctor to zoom in, magnify, and optimize different parts of the breast tissue using just four standard pictures. Readability and interpretation of the images are enhanced, so the physician can focus on areas of concern. In addition, these digital images can be stored on the computer and transferred throughout the patient’s care network.

Digital mammograms are generally recommended for women with dense breast tissue, breast implants, or for those who have had abnormalities in the past. Women in the Sullivan County area will no longer require referral to facilities outside of the county for their annual mammogram. Now, they can receive up-to-date imaging in a comfortable environment, close to their home and workplace.

A digital mammography exam generally takes about half the time of traditional mammograms, and there is less chance of being called back to retake images.

To schedule an appointment for a digital mammogram, please call (812) 268-4311, ext 2281.

Screening Echocardiograms for Student Athletes

In conjunction with the Sullivan County Community Hospital Foundation and cardiologist Dr. Emmanuel Favila, SCCH’s Radiology Department provides screening echocardiograms to student athletes at no cost to the student. Athletes eligible are those from 6th grade to 12th grade. Screening Echocardiograms are used to detect certain congenital heart defects which may lead to problems when the student participates in sports activities. Appointments may be made by contacting the Radiology Department at (812) 268-4311, ext 2281.

A release form must be signed by a parent or guardian before the test can be performed.

A simple test may save your life

A CT Coronary Calcium Score Heart Scan is designed to show the presence, location, and extent of calcified plaque in the walls of coronary valves. This 10-15 minute scan is painless and is read by a board-certified radiologist. A copy of the report is then sent to your provider.

About Sullivan County Hospital’s CT Coronary Calcium Score Heart Scan:

10-15 minute procedure.

No needles, no pain.

Shows the presence, location, and extreme of calcified plaque in the walls of coronary arteries.

A board-certified radiologist report will be sent to your physician.

This screening does not require a physician’s order. You can call and schedule a self-pay coronary calcium screening today by calling Radiology: 812.268.4311 ext.2281.


Dr. Joseph Lee, DO

Dr. Joseph Lee, DO

Provider specialties - Radiology

Provider phone number - 812-268-4311 ext 2281

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Dr. Joseph Lee, DO

Dr. Joseph Lee, DO

Provider specialties - Radiology

Provider phone number - 812-268-4311 ext 2281

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Dr. Joseph Lee, DO

Dr. Joseph Lee, DO

Provider specialties - Radiology

Provider phone number - 812-268-4311 ext 2281

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Frequently Asked Questions

Do I have to have an appointment for my exam?

Yes. The only thing that does not require an appointment is exams that are x-rays only. All Ultrasound, MRI, Cat Scan, Mammography, Bone Density (Dexa), Fluoroscopy, and Nuclear Medicine exams require an appointment.

How late are you open?

The department is staffed 24/7; however, priority is given to Emergency Department patients in the hours after 5:00 pm weekdays and weekends. When possible, it is best to schedule your exam by calling the department.

How do I obtain a copy of my studies?

You may call Medical Records (812) 268-4311, ext. 2595, or Radiology (812) 268-4311, ext. 3012, to request a copy of your studies.