Our Imaging Department (radiology) offers a wide range of advanced diagnostic equipment to help us see what’s happening inside our patients — so that you can be diagnosed and treated quickly and accurately. We can find a tumor in the brain, reveal a spot on an organ, or discover any number of abnormalities without even scratching your skin.
The Imaging Department is staffed by board-certified radiologists, who interpret images with skill, as well as registered and licensed radiology technologists.
Registering for your exam
We may contact you to pre-register for your exam. If you haven't received a pre-register phone call by two days before the exam, please call (801) 442-8816. If you pre-register, you'll be able to fill out less paperwork and get to your exam sooner on the day of your appointment.
If you have pre-registered, please arrive 10-15 minutes early and go directly to the Imaging Department. If you haven't pre-registered, arrive at least 20 minutes early and check in first at the registration desk before going to imaging.
What to bring to your exam
Be sure to bring your photo ID, your insurance card, and your co-payment. The copay for insured patients may range from $0 to $100. For uninsured patients costs can range from $100 to $1,000. You can find out more about potential charges when you pre-register.
To ensure efficiency, accuracy, and safety, please don’t bring children with you. Child care resources are not available. If a child attends, he or she must remain in the waiting room with an accompanying adult.
Why choose us
- Imaging services are arranged in pods, which are staffed by teams who work closely with the other members of the care team. They're also close to patients, which increases efficiency and patient satisfaction.
- All images are digital, which means they're acquired, distributed, stored and shared electronically. This enhances the accuracy of the images and the speed of care.
First-time Intermountain Healthcare patients can share their health histories electronically or on paper. The histories can then be added to Intermountain Healthcare's renowned medical computing system, which is used to enhance patient quality and increase efficiency.