Diagnostic Imaging Services for Intermountain Healthcare are fully integrated between our three Utah County hospitals - American Fork Hospital, Orem Community Hospital and Utah Valley Regional Medical Center. We use electronic image capturing, distribution, interpretation and report delivery to ensure optimal service and convenience for our patients.
- General X-Ray
- Cat Scan (CT)
- Nuclear Medicine
- Interventional Procedures
Utah Valley Regional’s Diagnostic Imaging department is staffed with board-certified radiologists, who provide professional services and interpretation as well as registered and licensed radiology technologists. We participate in an affiliated technologist training program with Weber State University for general radiography and specialty programs.
Patients who need to have an imaging procedure completed on an outpatient basis will be able to take advantage of the services available in the new Utah Valley Outpatient Center, located on the northeast corner of the hospital’s campus. This facility is dedicated to outpatient procedures making it much more convenient than having to find services within the main hospital. All outpatient imaging needed on weekdays between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. will take place in this new building.
Diagnostic Imaging department (801) 357-7871
Blood Clot Study
The Interventional Radiology department at Utah Valley Regional has chosen to participate in an important study called the ATTRACT trial, sponsored and funded by the National Institute of Health. We are excited to participate in this important trial in order to determine best practice for treatment of patients with deep vein thrombosis (blood clots) and to see if treatment helps prevent PTS and improves quality of life for these patients.
On September 15, 2008, the U.S. Surgeon General issued a national call to action to warn the U.S. public about the dangers of blood clots. His call to action specifically notes the importance of studying clot-busting treatments that may help prevent a debilitating result of untreated clots called Post-Thrombotic Syndrome (PTS).
If you are interested, or have a patient who may be interested in participating in this study please call 801.357.3204, or visit the Attract Web site for more information.