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If you are injured or if you have symptoms, our doctor may order a diagnostic imaging test. This may be a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) test, x-ray, ultrasound or computed tomography (CT) scan. These tests are valuable to your doctor so they can make a diagnosis.
PeaceHealth offers advanced technology in diagnostic imaging. We put your safety and comfort first with low-dose radiation machines combined with the expertise needed to capture images and avoid repeat scans. Once the tests are done, results are read by an expert radiologist and shared with your doctor to help you get on the road to recovery.
PeaceHealth offers diagnostic imaging services in Washington, Oregon and Alaska.
When you’re not feeling your best, you want answers you can trust. PeaceHealth offers access to specialized imaging tests — including on-site heart and vascular imaging — to quickly and accurately diagnose your condition.
Reading and interpreting imaging results calls for expertise and experience. Radiologists, technicians and imaging staff at PeaceHealth are skilled in providing patients an accurate diagnosis.
PeaceHealth has an American College of Radiology (ACR) accredited facility. This designation shows PeaceHealth’s commitment to hire highly qualified individuals, offer the latest advances in technology, and adhere to strict quality assurance and quality control standards in place.
Yearly mammograms are a vital part of your breast health. Early detection has been proven to save lives. PeaceHealth’s comprehensive breast centers are located on site to offer screenings and advanced diagnostic imaging when you need it.
Whether you need an imaging test day or night, our caregivers and radiologists are here to serve you. Caregivers will complete your exam or procedure and send the images to the radiologists for interpretation so they can make a diagnosis to help begin the treatment process.