There is a Neuroradiology suite where CT and MRI are interpreted; it has a 3D workstation. The Long Island Jewish Medical Center has two General Electric 1.5 Tesla magnetic resonance scanners, three GE helical CT scanners, two digital subtraction angiography suites, radiographic-fluoroscopic rooms with tilt tables, ultrasound equipment with Doppler capability and digital radiographic equipment. A GE PACs system is in place.
There are specifically trained nurses and technologists with expertise in performing invasive procedures. Physiological monitoring is available in both of the angiography suites and crash carts are available for emergency cardiac life support and ventilation.
Each neuroradiologist has their own office and maintains their own teaching file. The neuroradiology fellow shares an office with the radiology residents.