Medical Imaging

HonorHealth radiologists and other physicians use sophisticated imaging technologies to better diagnose and treat diseases or injuries.

HonorHealth Medical Imaging - CT Scans, MRI, X-rays, 3D mammography and more.

While the medical imaging equipment may be high-tech, it's the people who make the difference in your care, from the board-certified radiologists to the knowledgeable and caring technologists and nurses on staff.

A quick look at our services:

  • 3D mammography: Lower-dose three-dimensional mammography can detect breast cancers at earlier, more treatable stages, with reduced exposure and less compression time.
  • CT scan: A test that produces cross-sectional images of the body using X-rays and a computer.
  • Endoscopic ultrasound: A medical imaging procedure that uses a small ultrasound device and camera on the tip of an endoscope inserted into the upper or lower digestive tract. This technique allows a specialist to get close to the organ being examined, including the lungs and pancreas, producing accurate, detailed images to help with a diagnosis. The procedure also can used to take biopsies (tissue samples).
  • MRI: This test uses a magnetic field and radio waves to create detailed images of organs and tissues in your body.
  • Nuclear medicine: A branch of medical imaging that uses small amounts of radioactive material administered from different parts of the body. Nuclear medicine is used to diagnose and determine the severity of a variety of diseases and also can be used to treat them.
  • Pediatric imaging services: Low-dose X-ray machines are used to detect fractures and disease in children.
  • PET Imaging: This nuclear medicine imaging technique produces a three-dimensional image of functional processes in the body by using small amounts of ionized radioactive materials. The technique is most commonly used to diagnose types of cancers.
  • Picture Archiving Communications System (PACS): This system makes your medical images available to your physicians anywhere in the network.
  • X-ray: This imaging technique is a type of electromagnetic radiation that allows dense materials such as bones to appear white.

See cash pay options for select radiology services.

Contact one of our medical imaging locations to make an appointment.