Imaging Center

631 Outpatient Imaging

631 Professional Drive
Suite 190
Lawrenceville, GA 30046
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Contact Information
  • Fax 678-312-0950
  • Centralized Scheduling: 678-312-3444

In an effort to meet our community’s needs, Northside Hospital Gwinnett provides PET/CT technology five days a week. The PET/CT facility utilizes a new, state-of-the-art Siemens PET scanner and a 64 slice CT unit, which is capable of producing enhanced images and faster scan times, creating a more concrete diagnosis and enhanced patient experience. Other features of the Siemens PET/CT include a comfortable table design, non-claustrophobic wide bore gantry system, proven crystal technology and excellent PET and CT resolution.

Northside Hospital Gwinnett's PET/CT department fulfills today’s need for expert medical care delivered in a state-of-the-art facility. Our staff is committed to providing the highest quality images to our community, using cutting edge technology. 

MRI is magnetic resonance imaging. Using a magnet that is linked to a computer, MRI is a procedure that produces a strong magnetic field along with radio waves to create detailed pictures of areas inside your body. MRI produces soft-tissue images and is used to distinguish normal, healthy soft-tissue from pathologic tissue.

Depending on what information your doctor needs, the MRI scan may require the use of a contrast agent given intravenously (IV) to assist the physicians ability to see certain structures in your body.

MRI procedures at Northside Hospital Gwinnett include:

Neurological exams:

  • Brain
  • Cervical spine
  • Thoracic spine
  • Lumbar spine
  • Brachial plexus
  • Lumbar plexus

MR angiography:

  • Intracranial vessels (MRA head)
  • Extracranial vessels/carotid arteries (MRA neck)
  • Renal arteries & abdominal aorta

Musculoskeletal exams:

  • Shoulder (also with arthrogram)
  • Elbow (also with arthrogram)
  • Wrist (also with arthogram)
  • Hips (also with arthogram)
  • Knees (also with arthogram)
  • Ankle (also with arthogram)
  • Hand
  • Fingers
  • Pelvis/SI joints
  • Foot
  • Toes
  • Humerus
  • Forearm
  • Thigh
  • Lower Leg


  • Breast
  • Cardiac
  • TMJ
  • Abdomen (ex. liver, kidneys, pancreas, adrenal glands)
  • MRCP
  • Soft-tissue neck