A Care Team Centered Around You
Your Radiologists plays a key role in your journey.
Radiologists are highly trained physicians specializing in medical imaging. Your radiologist may “subspecialize” in focused areas of imaging such as interventional radiology, pediatric imaging, etc.
Advanced Practice Providers
Your Advanced Practice Providers plays a key role in your journey.
An Advanced Practice Provider (APP) is usually a physician’s assistant or nurse practitioner. They help support your radiologist in diagnosing and managing your care. APPs in Imaging Services have special training in radiology.
Your Imaging Nurses plays a key role in your journey.
Imaging nurses are Registered Nurses (RNs) who have specific training in the care and recovery of imaging procedural patients. They help with any sedation you may need for imaging.
Your Imaging Technologists plays a key role in your journey.
Imaging technologists have specialized training in imaging techniques. They help your radiologist diagnose your condition
Critical Care Techs
Your Critical Care Techs plays a key role in your journey.
Critical care techs help your imaging technologists and imaging nurses with your care, including monitoring your condition and placing IVs.
If you’re ordering a study, PAMA (Protecting Access to Medicare Act) requires an algorithm review to make sure it’s a needed test and then assigns a number to the case, which will be needed for scheduling the patient.
Bringing Our Expertise To You
Homecare’s clinicians are specifically trained to deliver care in the home environment and utilize other Intermountain services as needed for the patient’s treatment.
Helping You Heal at Home
Intermountain Homecare brings support and treatment to patients allowing them to be in the environment where they want to be, in their own home.