Testing and Imaging Services & Treatments
We offer a full spectrum of imaging services so you can feel safe and comfortable during your imaging test. Members of the imaging team includes experienced radiologists, registered technologists and staff, all who are committed to providing your referring physician with accurate test results for diagnosis and treatment.
- Bone density scan – Bone density scanning is used to measure bone loss and diagnose osteoporosis. It uses an enhanced form of X-ray technology to measure bone mineral density (BMD).
- Computed tomography (CT) scan, cardiac CTA and PET CT – CT scan produces higher-resolution images than X-rays. CT scans are used to create detailed two-dimensional, cross-sectional images of internal organs, bones, soft tissue and blood vessels.
- EKOS (EkoSonic Endovascular System) – Technology used for treating blood clots in lungs, arms and legs.
- Electrocardiogram (ECG or EKG), stress test and 24-hour Holter test – A test that is used to determine if there are issues with the electrical activity of the heart.
- Interventional radiology – Treatment using minimally invasive imaging with an X-ray or catheter to help diagnose and treat diseases non-surgically.
- Laboratory – Whether you need a routine blood draw or a more complex test, laboratory services play a vital role in helping detect, diagnose and treat illnesses.
- Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) – Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is a type of imaging that uses magnetic fields, radio waves and computers to create highly detailed images. With MRI, doctors can see your internal organs and other structures without using ionized radiation.
- Mammography – A mammography exam, called a mammogram, is used to aid in the early detection and diagnosis of breast diseases. It is a type of imaging that uses a low-dose X-ray system to examine breasts.
- Neurodiagnostics (EEG and EMG) – Neurodiagnostics is the study and recording of brain activity and the nervous system to help determine neurological problems and diseases.
- Nuclear medicine – Nuclear medicine is a type of medical care that is highly effective for both the diagnosis and treatment of diseases. This type of medicine requires radioactive materials in very small amounts.
- Pulmonary function test – Pulmonary function test indicates how well the lungs are functioning.
- Pulse oximetry check – Pulse oximetry check measures blood oxygen levels.
- Ultrasound – Instead of radiation, ultrasound imaging uses high-frequency sound waves to produce images. It's a common, noninvasive test that helps doctors diagnose and treat many medical conditions.
- Virtual colonoscopy – A virtual colonoscopy is a type of medical imaging that test for polyps, cancer or diseases in the colon.
- X-ray (routine) and fluoroscopy – X-rays are the most common form of medical imaging. We create images by transmitting X-rays through a patient. A capture device then converts them into radiographs for review and diagnosis.