Interventional Radiology

Reading Hospital's Interventional Radiology Department treats diseases without surgery by guiding tiny tubes called catheters through the body’s vessels and organs. Physicians use x-rays, ultrasound, computerized tomography (CT), and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) to guide them. This allows them to deliver medication directly to disease sites, open blocked blood vessels, obtain biopsies, and perform a range of other procedures.

We are dedicated and committed to our patients. You can expect care by experts who are subspecialty trained, highly skilled, knowledgeable, and compassionate. We are committed to providing our patients with the best interventional radiology care available.

Conditions We Treat

We offer cutting-edge treatments for patients using advanced image-guiding technology to treat conditions that, in the past, may have required surgery. Such conditions and diseases include:


Interventional Radiology is located on the first floor of R-building in a 14,000-square foot facility located on Reading Hospital’s West Reading Campus. Interventional Radiology is just a few steps from patient drop-off area in the covered 5th Avenue Garage.

Inside you will find a patient waiting area with easy access to examination and treatment rooms, as well as private consultation rooms. Our department has its own dedicated CT scan and ultrasound technology. Many procedures are performed on an outpatient basis.

For more information, contact 484-628-8059.