At Utah Valley Regional Medical Center, we’re committed to providing the best possible radiology care to our patients. Aside from an excellent team of nurses, technologists, physicians and office staff, we use the latest, most advanced equipment, helping physicians appropriately and accurately diagnose each patient’s condition.
Radiology 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.
The Utah Valley Outpatient Center, located on the northeast corner of the hospital campus is dedicated to outpatient procedures, making it much more convenient than having to find services within the main hospital. Outpatient radiology services are available on weekdays between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m.
Imaging Services (Radiology)
* services accredited by the American College of Radiology
Deep Venous Thrombosis Care
Deep Venous Thrombosis (DVT) treatment is a minimally-invasive surgery available at Utah Valley Regional Medical Center that treats DVT, a blood clot condition. Our physicians use ultrasound to gain access to the vein and pass a small wire into the vein and position it in the blood clot. Treatment is then provided to dissolve the blood clot.
People at risk for DVT include those who have recently traveled, experienced surgery, are on new medications, are pregnant, or have a family history of DVT.
Preparing for a Radiology Procedure
As you prepare for your radiology procedure, please follow the recommendations listed below to allow your exam to be completed as quickly and safely as possible. These guidelines apply to all exams.
- Bring previous related radiology (imaging) exam results with you.
- Bring your insurance ID card or any other relevant insurance information.
- Bring your order paperwork from your physician.
Once you have completed your procedure, a radiologist will view your test results and provide a report. This report will be forwarded to your referring physician who will discuss the test results with you. Please contact your referring physician for results. We recognize most patients want to know the results of their test as soon as possible. We make every effort to process results as promptly as possible.
If you have questions about your upcoming exam, please contact your physician or our radiology (imaging) department at (801) 357-7056.