Cardiovascular Imaging

ZP’s multidisciplinary, noninvasive Cardiovascular Imaging program extends across Nassau and Suffolk Counties. We combine the treatment, education, and research expertise of multiple disciplines, and incorporates the use of a wide range of imaging types, including echocardiography, cardiac CT, cardiac MRI, nuclear cardiology, and ultrasound.

Our Cardiovascular Imaging team is dedicated to assessing the structure and function of the heart and surrounding vessels for successful management of all cardiac disorders. We work closely with our patients and their physicians to diagnose heart disease in its earliest stages for the best patient outcomes.


Coronary CT Angiography

Or specialized cardiac imaging team has been performing this test for decades and is always available for any questions or concerns you may have about the procedure.


Our dedicated cardiac ultrasound department has extensive experience in echocardiography and is here to speak directly with your physician for the best patient outcomes.

Cardiac MRI

Cardiac MRI provides us with a non-invasive assessment of both the function and structure of the cardiovascular system. It provides live, moving images of the beating heart, evaluates heart function, and can detect pathology within the myocardium.

Nuclear Stress Test

Our nuclear medicine department combines the latest advances in technology with highly trained nuclear medicine physicians, radiologists, cardiologists, nurses, and nuclear technologists.

MR Angiography

Utilizing our high-end MRI technology, we perform a detailed evaluation of your blood vessels using MR angiography.

CT Calcium Scoring

A Calcium Scoring test is a non-invasive test that uses a CT scan to measure the amount of calcified plaque in your coronary arteries. In roughly ten minutes, this test can help determine your risk for a heart attack and predict your risk for future heart attacks.

Nuclear Cardiac MUGA Scan

A multigated acquisition (MUGA) scan is a non-invasive diagnostic test used to evaluate the pumping function of the lower chambers of the heart and shows how well your heart pumps blood.

Vascular Ultrasound

Vascular ultrasound is a useful and non-invasive medical procedure that uses sound waves to evaluate the body's circulatory system. This exam can detect blockages in the veins and arteries, as well as identify potential blood clots. The procedure typically includes a Doppler ultrasound study, which evaluates the flow of blood through a particular vessel. Vascular ultrasound is an important tool for diagnosing and treating circulatory-related health problems.

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