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A Message to our patients:

 We are committed to ensuring the safety and health of all our patients and employees. If you are experiencing cough, shortness of breath or fever, please call us (718) 428-1500 before coming to our facility as your appointment may need to be rescheduled.  


As your healthcare partner, we want you to know that your health is our top priority.  As an important provider of diagnostic imaging to the community, we are here to reassure you that access to your essential medical testing needs remains available so that any treatment that you may need will not be delayed.


What we are doing to keep all patients safe:

We use a dual screening protocol, both on the phone and in person before patients enter our waiting rooms.   

All staff are trained on the appropriate care for patients with flu-like symptoms. 

You'll notice our staff wearing masks and using protective equipment when appropriate. 

Social distancing guidelines are followed while in the office.   

Our facilities and equipment are cleaned and disinfected continuously using hospital grade disinfectant.

We are also following CDC and DOH guidelines to limit the spread of the virus including how we identify and isolate patients with symptoms and how we disinfect rooms and equipment between patients.


What you should do to protect yourself:

Coronavirus spreads through contact with respiratory droplets caused by coughing and sneezing. You should be using the same prevention methods as you would to avoid a common cold or the flu, as well as practicing recommended social distancing guidelines.  The best ways to protect yourself include:

  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially after going to the bathroom, before eating, and after blowing your nose, coughing or sneezing.
  • Try to avoid touching your face.
  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
  • Stay home from school or work when you are sick.

What’s next?

We encourage patients to remain calm and use the following resources from the New Jersey and New York Department of Health and Centers for Disease Control to prepare and prevent the spread of infection.

NJ Department of Health:  

NY Department of Health:

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention:




Dr. John Iraj, medical director at Main Street Radiology, and Dr. Benjamin Lee join forces to tackle cancer.

Dr. John Iraj and Dr. Benjamin Lee team up to speak to the Flushing community about the dangers of smoking, more specifically the Low Dose CT Screening process at Main Street Radiology. 

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Main Street Radiology has been a Proud Partner of St. John's Athletics since 2017. 

Photo of St. John's Cheerleaders


Main Street Radiology's 1.2T high-field open MRI is now open, exclusively at our Bayside 32nd Avenue location.

Open MRI Image



2019 Asian Heritage Night

Dr. Stanley Yang, Dr. Ari Jonisch, Dr. Sam Altman, Dr. Irina Decter, Dr. Linda Kao, Dr. Leslie Feld and Dr. Mrugank Shukla were all in attendance to celebrate this wonderful event!

Doctors celebrating Asian Heritage Night


Main Street Radiology is proud to add three outstanding Radiologists to the staff:

Dr. Aaron Marshall and Dr. Devin Vasawani will be joining our Musculoskeletal Department 
Dr. Hayley Oligane will be joining our Women's Imaging Department

Full bio's are available on our About our Doctors page.

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